On February 25 the House of Representatives passed and referred to the Senate the Equality Act by a vote of 224 to 206, with 221 Democrats voting to approve. This bill makes major changes to the groundbreaking Civil Rights Act of 1964 that condemned discrimination on the grounds of race, col…
The fate of one of the state’s 15 casino licenses and the structure of sports betting in Louisiana will both be on the proverbial agenda for the regular session that convenes April 12. And while gaming advocates, lobbyists and attorneys are working overtime to carve out compromises now, the …
A dreadful year of COVID madness, with crazy recommendations such as wearing double masks, is, hopefully, nearing an end. According to Dr. Marty Makary, a health policy expert and surgeon at Johns Hopkins University, the United States is nearing herd immunity, which refers to a situation in …
If an elected official has a proper regard for their office and duty, as well as toward God and their constituents, they will find themselves completely occupied with work.
Add Louisiana Superintendent of Elementary and Secondary Education Cade Brumley to the roll call of the woke.
Louisiana’s Republican Sen. Bill Cassidy’s votes to proceed with an impeachment trial of GOP former Pres. Donald Trump and to convict will affect his political career, perhaps fatally. If so, a major contributor to that extinguishing may come from a spillover effect regarding the state’s ele…
In 2016, Donald Trump was elected President of the United States despite being opposed by the establishment of the Republican Party. After four successful years as President, he received a record-setting 74.2 million votes. Obviously, the vast majority of Republicans strongly supported Presi…
One essential condition for democratic rule to enhance authentic self-governance is that the majority may not oppress the minority. Indeed, it is the duty of the majority to protect the minority. Democracy degenerates into despotism when a self-righteous majority takes control of the reins o…
The regular session that convenes April 12 will mark a return to normality for state legislators. Last year representatives and senators were forced to shelve many of their closely-held issues to make room for pandemic policymaking. A towering pile of local bills and pet projects were either…
Millions of homeowners are facing the ‘Great Dilemma’! Joe has a home he likes but doesn’t love. It does not have many of the things he both wants and needs. However, he loves the location and really likes his neighbors. So, what does Joe do? He can sell and take advantage of the historicall…
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