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Many great things have happened in 2014. The foundation that hasa been put in place by our local political delegations, governing bodies, economic development...

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As we celebrate Christmas, we are reminded of the hope that we have in the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ.  It’s the...

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Why is it we can be so "slow of learning" when it comes to the important things in life? Why do we have to...

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This is probably not the most appropriate Christmas Eve column, but on the other hand, the Christmas season is at the very least about...

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What is it that you like most about this Christmas time of year? If you are like me, there is not just one thing,...

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The Bible has many passages referring to helping those in need - those less fortunate than ourselves. Truly, we do this not to make ourselves...

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As 2014 winds down into the holidays, a few observations about local government are offered in the interest of perhaps being joined in wishing...

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For some, the Christmas season actually began about 3-4 pm Thanksgiving afternoon when the stores opened for Pre-Black Friday sales. I have never been...

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Saturday’s election was less about surprises, and more about the “what now” effects of a few predictable and troubling election outcomes. Former Louisiana state senator,...

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Four months ago, I said that I supported strong standards like the Common Core standards Louisiana has adopted.  But I said that we had...