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All of a sudden, the Democratic Party seems alive and well in the Pelican State. It has a candidate shaking up the 6th District...

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It’s time for our annual report on how much taxpayer money the city of Bossier City spent in 2013 on “contract attorneys,” who are...

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America is at war and one of the battles being fought in that war is the battle over gay rights. The outcome of this battle...

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The best way to alert residents about changes in pick ups So what is the best way to let Bossier City residents know when their...

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Below is an excerpt of Gov. Bobby Jindal’s remarks at the opening of the 2014 Regular Legislative Session Mr. President, Mr. Speaker, Members of the...

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A Liberal Bobs and Weaves It should have been an easy question. After all, Cecile Richards is an expert on abortion.  She is the president of...

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Most Bossier Parish residents probably didn’t need the recent news from the Louisiana Treasurer’s office to know parish population growth continues at a robust...

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In politics these days, money is the name of the game. The Fax-Net is taking a look at how much money incumbents running for...

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Jan Brewer buckled. The Republican governor of Arizona caved under the pressure, thus driving another nail in the coffin of religious freedom in America. She...

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I was reminded recently that not all local economic developments are new ideas, a case in point being the new Kroger Marketplace that will...