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A new Israeli study involving 270 vaccinated medical workers showed that even a fourth shot, a second booster, is not very effective in stopping covid infections. According to Dr. Gili Regev-Yochay, the director of the group leading the study, “Despite increased antibody levels, the fourth v…

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In economic affairs, as in other human activities, there are three kinds of freedom: freedom from, freedom to, and freedom for. Freedom from means the absence of any physical constraint or psychological compulsion on a person’s actions. For example, freedom from a federal government that doe…

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Now let’s see. It’s been almost two years since the Louisiana legislature passed legislation taking away certain legal rights of Louisiana insurance policyholders. But it will be worth it said many legislators and the insurance commissioner. We were assured that there was to be a dramatic dr…

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From the beginning of his time in exile from Israel’s homeland, the prophet Daniel remained faithful in all things, regardless of his social and political status.

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I heard this week that lumber prices doubled in one day, along with other price increases in recent months, such as the same roll of wire that cost $30 now costing $200.

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Louisiana’s Legislature in a special session of three weeks’ maximum length embarks upon reapportionment next week, likely producing little change except perhaps with its judicial districts.

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Productivity improvement, the systematic reduction of wasted labor and natural resources, is key to economic development and improved living standards. It makes possible higher wages, greater profits, and lower prices, all at the same time.

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The trajectories of Louisiana’s mainline political parties have been all over the map in terms of modern history. For most of the 20th Century, our elected officials were either Democrats or not in office at all. During the late 1970s, however, Republicans slowly began to capture statewide o…

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Say it isn’t so. The Bayou State, made up of docile souls who are law abiding, courteous and well-trained motorists, has just been tagged by several rating services as having the worst drivers in the nation. Look, the folks down here in the deepest of the deep Southern states do get a little…

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It is not the norm for Christians to be miraculously delivered from persecution and death like the prophet Daniel (lions’ den) or Mishael, Hananiah and Azariah (burning furnace). Tragically, Christianity Today recently reported that 13 Christians are killed each day on account of their faith…

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For decades, Republican Party elected officials have tried to make nice with their Democratic Party colleagues, the liberal media and deep state bureaucrats. Instead of acting like courageous conservative leaders, they ended up delivering policies that were Democrat-lite.

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Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge has one-upped most woke universities. It’s demonstrating vividly the inevitable extension of wokeness: living in a police state.

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Across the country, Americans are fleeing “blue” cities and states led by progressive Democrats and moving to “red” communities governed by Republicans. Americans are voting with their feet in substantial numbers. This trend has been apparent for years, but it is now accelerating.

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One year ago, Joe Biden was inaugurated as the 46th President of the United States. His advocates, ever since, have been latching on to whatever evidence they can claim as proof that his first year has been a success.

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If you ever require a quick read on which way a U.S. House or Senate seat is leaning, check out the Cook Political Report. With staff in Washington, D.C., and some roots in Louisiana, the Report categorizes seats as leaning either Democrat or Republican — or as a “toss up,” if an election lo…

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To avoid being thrown in the lion’s den, Daniel could have done any number of things to avoid prosecution under the trendy new law of the Medes and Persians.

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Perception and reality often intertwine. At Louisiana’s flagship university as well as other major universities across the country, any talk of the so called “revered tradition of amateurism” has gone by the wayside. College athletes are now able to shop their athletic abilities to the highe…

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What is hot today is cold tomorrow! So goes the real estate market. Most sellers do not recognize that a seller’s market can change to a buyer’s market in a few months.

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