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December 16 05:38 AM
Remember the old knock on presidential candidate John Kerry back in the 2004 presidential election? “I was for it before I was against it.” Today, about the single worst charge that can be made against any conservative Republican politician is that they support Obamacare.
December 09 05:09 AM
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 rowdy now and then.
December 09 05:09 AM
I’m writing this letter to show my support for the CEO of North Caddo Medical Center, David Jones. I have been an employee of North Caddo Medical Center on and off for over 10 years and a citizen of North Caddo Hospital Service District for the last two years.
December 02 01:56 AM
The Queen City of the South is under siege. No, not from hurricanes. This time, the siege is from within. New Orleans is known as The City That Care Forgot. But it’s been hard to let the good times roll in the Big Easy when the dice keep coming up snake eyes.
November 25 05:27 AM
The seemingly never-ending discussion concerning the location of the Confederate monument on the north side of the Caddo Courthouse has moved to a new arena — that being a 10-person citizen advisory committee.
November 25 05:27 AM
One of the biggest tests facing Louisiana’s recently elected Gov. John Bel Edwards is the challenge of re-instilling pride in the attitudes of many Louisianans. Government can only do so much. But a governor can be a catalyst in raising the public’s expectations.
November 18 05:39 AM
Let me tell you just how Donald Trump became the nation’s president-elect. It’s really quite simple. He had a compelling story to tell that resonated with millions of Americans who have been browbeaten by the continuing and tiring clichés that have been coming out of the mouths of both political parties for decades.
November 11 05:12 AM
Mainstream news organizations played a less than noble role by interfering in the process. Rules were arbitrarily set as to who could join in the televised debates. Lesserknown candidates from both parties were either kept out of the presidential debates or relegated to a “kiddie table debate” that was never shown in prime time.

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