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March 18 07:24 AM
Is LSU a quitter? When the pressures mount and things just don’t go as planned, are there too many instances where the state’s flagship university seems to walk away and pull the plug, with the hopes that the problem will just go away? I have...
March 11 06:59 AM
This is the scenario of the San Bernardino shooter, who certainly forfeited his privacy rights when he died in a shootout with police. So why are Apple and privacy advocates in court trying to stop the FBI from opening up the information in the shooter’s phone?.
March 11 06:59 AM
Last Saturday, I wrote an article about our Caddo Commission's running battle against the rule of law, published online via social media, as well as a post by Will Broyles on his go-to Shreveport / Caddo news site, That article reported on my research into the abuse by some Caddo Parish Commissioners of abstaining from official votes.
March 11 06:59 AM
Regular readers of this column are also aware of another pet peeve of mine, which is the U.S. government’s persistence in pretending that methamphetamine use is not a significant problem in this country.
March 04 05:47 AM
Well, they said he would be owned by the defense attorneys who contributed to his campaign. They said he would be lax on crime and that he would be lazy and out of touch with the world; however, in just a few short months Caddo Parish District Attorney James Stewart has proven just the opposite.
March 04 05:47 AM
On Nov. 21, 2015, Louisiana Second Circuit Court of Appeal Judge James Stewart made history when he was elected as Caddo Parish's first African-American district attorney. Many of us — rich and poor, old and young, black and white — worked tirelessly to achieve a moment of history many thought could never happen.
March 04 05:47 AM
When voters last year defeated the Caddo Parish School Board's $108,000,000 plan to build more stuff, nothing proved as consequential as the refusal by top bosses to accept and respond to citizen questions. That has become the hallmark of the CPSB and top administrators: treating those who pay their monstrous tab with no semblance of respect.

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