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December 08 05:34 AM
Obviously, there is something fishy going on. It’s not just the election system being hacked. New reports have told us that computer systems of major companies like Sony, Equifax and even the U.S. Office of Personnel Management have been broken into. So how can we be sure that your vote cast the polls on Election Day is secure?.
December 01 06:04 AM
As expected the local media has showered the aquarium with substantial free publicity. And all the usual suspects have showered warm “fuzzies” on this new attraction, including BRF’s Entrepreneurial Acceleration Program that has the aquarium on its wall of fame.
December 01 06:04 AM
It’s getting close to redistricting time for legislators, both in Louisiana and throughout the country. By federal law, all election districts must be reapportioned every 10 years to reflect the latest census figures.
November 24 05:21 AM
A country music festival in Las Vegas was the scene of 58 people killed. In the small town of Sutherland Springs, Texas, 26 people were murdered in the middle of a Sunday church service. A deranged gunman in northern California killed five people just last week.
November 24 05:21 AM
The good news is that for the past 12 months ending in August, the unemployment rates fell over the past year in all nine Louisiana metropolitan statistical areas (MSA), according to not-seasonably adjusted data from the Bureau of Labor & Statistics..
November 17 05:09 AM
Incumbent Gov. Buddy Roemer was squeezed out of the runoff, as Edwards outflanked him to the left and Duke overwhelmed Roemer among conservative voters. Louisiana is the only state in America that has a convoluted election system where all candidates run against each other the same time, irrespective of political affiliation.
November 10 06:04 AM
Demery says that many citizens throughout Shreveport have urged him to seriously consider next year’s mayoral race. He says that crime is generally mentioned, along with the need for more economic development. He says that he is keenly aware that socioeconomics is often a big factor in a city’s crime rate.
November 10 06:04 AM
Remember the 1970 song by Chicago: “Does anybody know what time it is? Does anybody really care?” Well, it’s close to Election Day in Louisiana, and it would seem by early voting and general lack of interest that Louisianans are not holding their breath to cast their ballot.

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