If there’s one thing I could wish for the readers of my columns, it would be the opportunity to sit down with the
In politics, what you do today may come back to haunt you tomorrow. Even what you did years ago. Such is the case
A Florida pastor, Terry Jones, caused a huge stir in 2010 when he threatened to burn a Quran.
He finally backed down, but
An August meeting of the Cypress Black Bayou Recreation and Water Conservation District (CBB) was the occasion for standing room only attendance by
This summer produced a triumph of American patriotism.
A grassroots coalition arose to demand Congress veto any war on Syria. Congress got the
Some members of the U.S. Senate – Democrats and Republicans – are bitter at Vitter, and the situation could get nasty.
The two major parties have forgotten the Constitution.
Following many, many years of studying American history, constitutional government and the Bible, I am
Happiness. Is it really all we want? To be happy? We do so many things in the “Pursuit of Happiness.”
I’ll be happy
Here we go again. Louisiana is the nation’s most corrupt state, according to a study by the news website Business Insider.
It seems everyone has their own Sept. 11 story. For some, they remember where they were when the first plane struck the first