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This week marks the midpoint of the Louisiana Legislature’s regular session, so lawmakers are halfway to somewhere. I wish I could offer a more precise big-picture snapshot of the session, but a review of the leadership’s top priorities offers a mixed bag of progress.

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While in most cases going one-for-two is really good, the Republican-led Louisiana House of Representatives really couldn’t afford to miss one on its budgetary matters.

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The bills that get introduced by Louisiana lawmakers for consideration in legislative sessions have become predictable. More times than not, for example, there are pro-gun and anti-abortion proposals. There are almost always bills to enhance infrastructure, create jobs and shape budgets. But…

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Common sense tells us the ongoing legislative session in Baton Rouge should be focused on how the state will spend a $1.6-billion gift from the federal government.

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How can someone who calls themselves a Christian stand against social disarray and moral decay if they are not seeking the instruction of their Father?

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Republicans and conservatives often rely on political “experts” who are expensive and ineffective.  One example is the prominent Republican consultant who was hired to win the two Georgia U.S. Senate races in January.  It is rumored that he had a $100 million budget at his disposal. Well, we…

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I am asked several times a week how is the real estate market? Whether they are just making conversation or really want to know, it is time to take a look at our market.

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When President Biden first was sworn in, it seemed that the new administration would push through a much higher federal minimum wage. In his nearly $2 trillion stimulus package a provision that would have mandated a $15 minimum wage for all private-sector employees was removed in the bargain…

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Almost all of the largest cities in the United States are governed by hard-left Democrats. In fact, there is only one Republican Mayor among the top 15 cities in the country and only three among the 30 largest cities.

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We live in changing and uncertain times, however nothing is more uncertain than the business environment of today. Someone has said, “planning in an uncertain business environment is like taking a trip to an unknown destination with no idea of how long you will be there, what you will find o…

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In his sermon on Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians, the late 19th century preacher Charles Spurgeon commended to his listeners the instruction in Ephesians 3:16-19 for comprehending the “breadth and length and depth and height” of Jesus Christ.

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President Harry Truman was once quoted as saying, “In Washington, if you want a friend you can trust, get a dog.”

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On January 6, decorated U.S. Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt was killed by a U.S. Capitol Police officer. She was among the crowd of protesters who entered the U.S. Capitol and was shot as she attempted to climb through a broken door outside the Speaker’s lobby, an area that leads to the Hou…

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