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December 04 12:15 PM
A ho-hum election day. That’s what Louisiana voters experienced a few weeks back. Now a runoff election is scheduled for Dec. 8 with just a few choices for voters on the ballot. At the top of the ticket is the race to fill the void left by former Secretary of State Tom Scheduler, who resigned from office under a cloud.
November 30 09:28 AM
A ho-hum election day. That’s what Louisiana voters experienced a few weeks back. Now a runoff election is scheduled for Dec. 8 with just a few choices for voters on the ballot. At the top of the ticket is the race to fill the void left by former Secretary of State Tom Scheduler, who resigned from office under a cloud.
November 23 10:31 AM
Tyler’s re-election campaign has never had much real energy, and seemingly what air was still left in the balloon gushed out when the primary vote was announced. Nothing her campaign has done since Nov. 7 indicates a viable re-grouping in any real form or fashion.
November 23 10:31 AM
The president has made illegal immigrants who have moved in to what are called “sanctuary cities” a major issue in recent months, even signing an executive order cutting off funds to municipalities that ignore federal law. The Crescent City is in the forefront of ignoring federal law and protecting those there illegally.
November 16 09:24 AM
The horrific Pittsburgh synagogue shooting that left 11 people dead last month was, for good reason, called “the deadliest anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history.” It was a ghastly crime of appalling proportions. Robert Bowers is charged with 11 counts of using a firearm to commit murder and multiple counts of hate crimes.
November 09 10:47 AM
This was the fifth election in Louisiana in 2018. And get ready for six election dates in 2019. There was a 45 percent turnout last week, even though voters witnessed a great deal of election hype from throughout the nation. Louisianans just were not all that enthused.
November 09 10:47 AM
If Tyler really has the best interest of Shreveport at heart, she would graciously throw in the towel now. Then she could ride out of city hall on a fancy steed, her head held high, accompanied by adoring choirs and loud trumpets and children throwing rose petals.

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