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November 20 06:34 AM
Sixty Rayburn was well known for his folksy sayings during legislative sessions. He often urged his colleagues to never forget the folks back home when deciding issues at the State Capitol. Sixty put it this way: “Always dance with the one that brought you.
November 20 06:34 AM
Often when someone is arrested for methamphetamine possession and goes before a judge, the defendant is given a suspended sentence and put on probation. There is not sufficient prison space to lock up everyone using meth anyway, and everyone deserves a second chance to turn their lives around.
November 20 06:34 AM
Unfortunately, the writers of the article did, in fact, slander the Louisiana Supreme Court — identify themselves, the Stewart Campaign. James Stewart and his campaign manager, Marshall Jones, as well as attorney minions who contributed to this pathetic the Disciplinary Counsel of the Louisiana State Bar.
November 20 06:34 AM
Since Feb. 27, 2008, the last day of his Ethics Special Session, Gov. Bobby Jindal has loudly bragged about the magic he performed in lifting Louisiana to a new — and highest — "Ethics Gold Standard." It has never mattered where he was doing his bragging, he has — right up to this moment — maintained that lie.
November 20 06:34 AM
Imagine going to a Mardi Gras parade with your family in New Orleans. You pick a good spot on St. Charles Avenue, unfold the lawn chairs and tell your kids to stay out of the street once the parade starts. Then the floats start moving. You enjoy the moment until the shooting begins.
November 20 06:34 AM
What was planned to be a great boom to many construction companies has now turned into a financial nightmare for over 40 subcontractors who claim they are owed over $68 million by Walbridge Aldinger Company — the general contractor for the Benteler Steel/Tub Manufacturing Corporation and its new plant at the Shreveport-Bossier Port.
November 13 05:28 AM
I have come to the realization that when it comes to drugs like methamphetamine, there’s not a socalled war on drugs – in actuality, the war is on the people of America. Meth is tearing at the fabric of what it means to be an American and will ultimately result in the death of the America I know and love – suffering a death by 1,000 cuts.
November 13 05:28 AM
You may not have heard, but there is apparently a strict code of loyalty among Republican candidates in Louisiana. They follow the rule of never speaking ill about a fellow Republican, and they always rally behind the party’s choice against any democratic challenger.

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