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January 22, 1973, is a day that lives in infamy, and 41 years later, not much has changed. The body count keeps rising. On that...

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Last Tuesday’s meeting of the Board of Commissioners of the Cypress Black Bayou Recreation and Water Conservation District (CBB) was a study in what...

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This post is being written from my home office, because I have been banned from the newspaper. Apparently, people aren’t too happy if you...

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Oklahoma case concerns First Amendment interpretation You knew this was coming sooner or later, didn’t you? The Satanic Temple, a structure in New York City which...

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With Bossier-Webster District Judge Ford Stinson’s retirement announcement, there will be two vacancies to fill on the 26th Judicial District Court bench in the...

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The Christmas stocking of Republican U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy of Baton Rouge, who wants to unseat incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, was filled...

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America hurtles toward spiritual, political and financial disaster and the Church sleeps. Politicians, Democrats and Republicans, trample on our liberties and Christians slumber. Barack Obama,...

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Welcome to 2014 and a fairly busy election season. In addition to Congressional elections, Bossier City voters can look forward to choosing a new...

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One of Barack Obama’s chief accomplishments has been to return the Constitution to a central place in our public discourse. Unfortunately, the president fomented this...

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The A&E versus Duck Dynasty showdown may have been a blessing in disguise. The suspension of the Duck Commander, Phil Robertson, for telling GQ what...