How great it was to see LSU competing for the national football championship last night, the fourth time in this decade the Tigers have appeared in the big game in New Orleans.
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In winning the Heisman Trophy in New York on Saturday, LSU quarterback Joe Burrow stirred the hearts of Tiger fans around the world. His acceptance speech also resonated in the broader civic life of Louisiana, yielding lessons of value far beyond the gridiron. What Burrow said was a lovely g…
The press corps is portraying Monday’s report by Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz as absolution for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, but don’t believe it. The report relates a trail of terrible judgment and violations of process that should shock Americans who though…
The Supreme Court on Monday will hear its first Second Amendment case in nearly a decade, and it’s about time. Eleven years after the Court declared in its landmark Heller ruling that the Second Amendment enshrines an individual right to bear arms, liberals are still in denial and need a jud…
hile millions of Americans look to Thanksgiving as a prelude to the Christmas holiday shopping rush, we are concerned too many Americans do not know the true meaning of the Thanksgiving holiday.
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