Over the past few years, Democrat Louisiana Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell and his brethren have taken to playing Santa Claus – with money taxpayers forked over to their governments.
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With all the hype about the Cross Bayou Point project, a key factor has seemingly been overlooked. Where will the city of Shreveport find the money to put together the
A TRIBUTE TO A MAN I DID NOT KNOW — JERRY BOWMAN SR. Funeral-going is not one of my favorite pastimes. I missed two recently that I should have attended.
Saints’ Season Ends at a Crossroads In what felt like an instant, the Saints’ season came to an end on Sunday afternoon. Was it the missed Lutz field goal? The
I'm not the only one who's been muttering around town about drawing a line over how we seniors are sometimes treated. Some of us have decided to take a stand and speak up. Want to join us?
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On a perfect “spring” afternoon in December, the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs defense stymied the Miami Hurricanes in the 44th playing of the Walk On’s Independence Bowl If you close your
Last week, we highlighted the mostly under-appreciated “lost souls” of the recently concluded decade. Today, we look back to events of the 1920s that bear remembering with
The New Year is underway, but you’re not far behind as the year is only a day old. Did you get the year started correctly — black-eyed peas, cornbread and
As the calendar prepared to flip from 2019 to 2020, protesters stormed the US embassy in Baghdad. As I write this, the action — a response to US airstrikes in