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The state’s highest education board should seriously consider delaying the full, consequential implementation of Common Core State Standards until problems threatening the success of...

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Between July 2012 and June 2013, Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office (BPSO) deputies handled 20,729 calls for service, took 6,265 reports, and made 2,300 arrests. During...

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Nothing has been more contentious in the field of education than the idea of school choice. Which is odd. We take it for granted that...

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The contentious and controversial race in the 5th Congressional District, where 14 candidates are on the ballot, will likely come down to a runoff...

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In describing the contributions of the past and how it impacts our future, Sir Isaac Newton once attributed his success to those who came...

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Here is a hypothetical situation: A rift was caused between two people that was based on bad information. One party held a grudge for...

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The Emperor has no clothes. Acting like a cheap version of Josef Stalin or Hugo Chavez, Barack Obama, using the Government Shutdown as a pretext,...

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We should take care that in exercising and supporting our personal rights, we don’t cause damage to members of our local business community. A case...

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State Representative up for challenging Landrieu’s spot? The Louisiana Republican Party seems to be having a lot of indecision over who should be the candidate...

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In January 2008, we took office just as our country was plunging into the deepest national recession in decades. Our nation lost millions of...