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Remember your ancient history of how Nero fiddled as Rome burned? Boy does that apply to the Louisiana legislature. Now we are talking about the state that has far and away the highest insurance rates in the nation. Yet in the recent legislative session, insurance reforms were all but ignore…

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Much like last week, uncertainty continues to plague the biggest stories at the Capitol. On the other hand, some of the heftier storylines are becoming clearer as we head into summer.

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My world stopped, this last Thursday, with pain that there’s no way to describe. I lost my baby boy…George Snellings. I am thankful that the Good Lord gave him to me for 56 years. With happy memories, The Love of Christ, I know there is a wonderful Peace!

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One of the most popular definitions of recession was coined by economist Julius Shiskin in 1974. In his view, two consecutive economic quarters of negative gross domestic product (GDP) growth meant the country was in a recession.

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If the U.S. of A. were to disappear from the map tomorrow, if the American government were to be dissolved tomorrow, the kingdom of God would still be there when the dust cleared.

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There is a disturbing trend among Christians, resulting partly from too much attention to cable news networks, in which our country's political dysfunction and economic woes are pinned, like the donkey tail held by a blindfolded person, on one political party or another.

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Writer’s Note: Recently I came across copy of Mark Twain’s Life on the Mississippi. Although I love Twain’s writings and have read much of his work, this one had escaped me. I had read excerpts, but never the entire book.

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Work has two effects. The first effect of work is on the thing produced. This effect is measured more or less precisely across the entire work force by GDP, recognizing that differences in the value added by different workers lead to differences in wages paid. This is meritocracy at work.

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Certainly, some are called to be ministers of the word and sacrament, preaching from a pulpit and administering bread and wine to God's people.

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here are three basic strategies for dealing with inflation. You can prevent it, fix it, or alleviate it. The first strategy is the responsibility of the Federal Reserve System which has established as its primary target to hold inflation to 2 percent per year over the long run. In this regar…

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If you have small children or grandchildren, it’s difficult to process how a deranged assassin could slaughter such innocent youngsters. Yet it has become a regular happening all over America. After each shooting, we hear cries of “not this, not ever again.” But what’s happening is that the …

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With term limits on the horizon and his final regular session less than a year away, Senate President Page Cortez is pondering his next political move. Friends and longtime supporters are convinced that might include a run for lieutenant governor in 2023.

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In our politically correct society today, it is not easy being a police officer. In the aftermath of the death of George Floyd, leftist politicians started a nationwide movement to defund police departments. This led to a massive decline in police departments as officers either resigned or retired.

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