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February 23 08:25 AM
In the current competition to land a new Amazon second North American headquarters, Louisiana pulled out all stops. It would have been quite a coup for a Louisiana location to land this big prize with some 50,000 new jobs to the winner. But from the beginning, the Bayou State never had a chance.
February 16 01:47 PM
Former Obama State Department spokesman and retired Navy Rear Admiral John Kirby ripped the idea by saying, “This is just beneath us as a nation. We are the most powerful military on earth. We don’t need to be parading our military hardware down Pennsylvania Avenue to show that to anybody.
February 16 01:44 PM
Much to the chagrin of the wireless technology business community, Shreveport Mayor Ollie Tyler is determined to introduce ordinances that many believe have not been fully vetted. The 80 pages (plus) of new ordinances will regulate the installation and operation of wireless technology facilities (WTFs), commonly referred to as cell towers.
February 16 01:44 PM
Maybe we can learn a little bit from Hollywood. In the movie “Final Impact,” the president asks a reporter to hold off on a major story by saying, “ And I can't appeal o your sense of what’s in the nation’s best interest?” To which she responds, “I always thought the truth was in the nation’s best interest.
February 16 06:21 AM
Former Obama State Department spokesman and retired Navy Rear Admiral John Kirby ripped the idea by saying, “This is just beneath us as a nation. We are the most powerful military on earth. We don’t need to be parading our military hardware down Pennsylvania Avenue to show that to anybody.
February 09 07:27 AM
Maybe we can learn a little bit from Hollywood. In the movie “Final Impact,” the president asks a reporter to hold off on a major story by saying, “ And I can't appeal o your sense of what’s in the nation’s best interest?” To which she responds, “I always thought the truth was in the nation’s best interest.
February 09 07:27 AM
Much to the chagrin of the wireless technology business community, Shreveport Mayor Ollie Tyler is determined to introduce ordinances that many believe have not been fully vetted. The 80 pages (plus) of new ordinances will regulate the installation and operation of wireless technology facilities (WTFs), commonly referred to as cell towers.

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