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Congresswoman Julia Letlow assumed elected office 17 months ago, just enough time to find out where the House of Representatives keeps its office supplies. Yet somehow Letlow, a Republican from Start, has managed to secure a hell of a lot more than staplers and paperclips during her short ti…

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This week marks the birthday of former Louisiana U.S. Senator Allen J. Ellender.  He was born in 1890, and in his heyday, Ellender was the most prominent Senator in Washington and a powerful voice for the Bayou State.

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If there is one politician who deserves to be booed it is House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA). On Saturday night at Central Park in New York City among fellow leftists Pelosi received her just deserts.

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With no fanfare, Democrat Gov. John Bel Edwards’ Louisiana Department of Health formally repealed its needless and counterproductive Wuhan coronavirus vaccination requirement for school children, ending a controversy that it never should have started.

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We are watching a crisis in the making.  It is doing so unnoticed, beginning in the metro areas but may in time spread to many, if not most, areas of the country.  

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How should we train leaders? This was the question driving a sermon the famous 19th century minister Charles Spurgeon about the following passage from Luke 6.

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Efforts to ban books are accelerating in Louisiana as well as all across the nation. According to a new report from the American Library Association, there have been “an unprecedented number of attempts to ban books,” more than any time in recent memory.

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Over the past few decades, very few real fighters have been in positions of power in the Republican Party. Exceptions to this rule were tremendous leaders such as Ronald Reagan, Newt Gingrich, and Donald Trump who were accomplished and effective in their roles.

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According to several election officials, 800 erroneous mail-in ballots covering seven precincts in Shreveport were accidentally sent to voters this month. The ballots in question included incorrect Shreveport City Council boundaries, an unfortunate byproduct from the recent redistricting pro…

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If you find yourself in a situation where you have to defend what you think you hold dear by pointing a gun, unless you’re willing to use it not only do you fail to protect but you also invite more threatening behavior. It’s a lesson many Republican Louisiana statewide elected officials — in…

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One of the many lessons our country should have learned from the tragedy of 9/11 is that we must remain vigilant. Sadly, during the eight years of the President Bill Clinton administration and the first eight months of the George W. Bush presidency, our nation had been lulled into a false se…

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A proposed constitutional amendment that was meant to protect Louisiana citizens from forms of slavery and involuntary servitude may actually do just the opposite if passed into law by voters later this year.

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The real estate website Home Bay just released its national rankings of the best places in the U.S. to retire.  So where is the number one location?  Are you ready for this? Numero Uno is the murder capital of America.  That’s right.  They list New Orleans as the best place to retire.  Has t…

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Sometimes, often during a wedding homily, I have heard Christians refer to the union between husband and wife as a “contract.” Unfortunately, Christians may even think of their own union with the Triune God as a “contract,” too.

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Usually, I report on the benefits of real estate ownership, however today I am reporting on the hazards of ownership!

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You can try to avoid the real solution to a public policy problem to please a political agenda, or you can face reality and actually get the job done — something neither Democrat Gov. John Bel Edwards nor Corrections Secretary Jimmy LeBlanc seem willing to do.

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Recent guidance by Republican Atty. Gen. Jeff Landry concerning investment practices by state agencies needs extension by its higher education institutions.

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The campaign to recall New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell gathered 3,000 signatures during its first three days of operation, mostly through pop-up events. That was indeed a hot start for a long shot recall bid, and now supporters need to find ways to keep that momentum alive.

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