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March 28 10:06 AM
Picture two citizens of the old Soviet Union standing on a street corner in Moscow. One says to the other, “They can send a space probe to Mars, so why can’t they stop these six-hour lines to buy bread?” The answer, comrade citizen, is that they can’t send a space probe to Mars either.
March 28 10:06 AM
At $264 billion annually, America has the costliest legal system in the world. As a percentage of the economy, it is estimated U.S. legal liability costs are double those of the United Kingdom, three times higher than those in France and five times higher than those in Japan.
March 28 10:06 AM
It was 19th-century British author and social reformer John Ruskin who made the following sage observation: “In order that people may be happy in their work, these three things are needed: They must be fit for it; they must not do too much of it; and they must have a sense of success in it.
March 28 10:06 AM
The treatment method for serious pain typically has been through the use of prescription opioids, which are habit-forming. In at-risk patients, use of these drugs can lead to abuse of the medications and "diversion," which means they're sold to others.
March 28 10:06 AM
Here are the top 10: Coming in at number 10 is Juan Jose Peralta. He feels like he gets closer to God whenever he smokes meth. In May 2011, Peralta stripped down to his birthday suit in a field in a Mesa, thereby exposing himself to any children in the area.
March 21 11:17 AM
Louisiana’s Public Records Act sets forth simple guidelines that allow for transparency by governmental bodies. A written request (letter, fax or e-mail) to a public body requesting public records is to be complied within three business days.
March 21 11:17 AM
Three New Testament passages refer to the smell of the Christian life. Ephesians 5:2 says that Christ came to spread it around, covering the stench of our sin. 2 Corinthians 2:15 says that all Christians ought to have it..
March 21 11:16 AM
People who knew Pete Atwood were confounded when they heard what happened to him. They saw him as an affable and responsible individual who worked tirelessly for his community.
March 14 12:44 PM
Without, fanfare, the city of Shreveport finally filed suit on Feb. 14 (Valentine’s Day, how ironic) against the financial bond advisor hand-picked by Shreveport Mayor Cedric Glover: Calvin Grigsby. Seemingly, Glover has had a “love affair” with Grigsby, whose business reputation is checkered at best.

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