Home Opinion

Opinion

0 54
This summer produced a triumph of American patriotism. A grassroots coalition arose to demand Congress veto any war on Syria. Congress got the message and...

0 554
Some members of the U.S. Senate – Democrats and Republicans – are bitter at Vitter, and the situation could get nasty. Republican U.S. Sen. David...

1 59
The two major parties have forgotten the Constitution. Following many, many years of studying American history, constitutional government and the Bible, I am convinced the...

0 1056
Happiness. Is it really all we want? To be happy? We do so many things in the “Pursuit of Happiness.” I’ll be happy if… I get...

0 112
Here we go again. Louisiana is the nation’s most corrupt state, according to a study by the news website Business Insider. The study, using data...

0 650
It seems everyone has their own Sept. 11 story. For some, they remember where they were when the first plane struck the first tower...

1 72
The worst voting choice I ever had to make was between David Duke and Edwin Edwards. One was a kook and the other one...

0 58
Some things about our society, its leaders and some of its occupants which your humble observer found thoughtworthy: ** U.S. Sen. John McCain, the venerable...

1 213
Before last Tuesday’s Bossier City Council meeting, I talked to City Engineer Mark Hudson about the city’s current and future road projects. Hudson said...

0 57
If the Louisiana Democratic Party is looking for a viable candidate for governor in 2015, they need look no further than the Big Easy. New...