The son of Fred O’Sullivan, a New Orleans police officer and classmate of Lee Harvey Oswald, speaks with the Israeli media about his father’s extraordinary life, his father’s opinions about the Kennedy assassination, and his father’s role in thwarting an attempt on Nixon’s life and extracting a confession from Medgar Evers’s murderer.
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“The family law community has lost another passionate voice in family law,” says Judge Dennise Garcia.
Looking at what went wrong early on, and the team’s prospects for the rest of the season
An outspoken white supremacist group with a following of more than 30,000 people is boosting Facebook posts that promote New Orleans mayoral candidate Desiree Charbonnet. Her campaign is aware but has yet to repudiate the man behind the organization or his hate group.
Roy: “What worries me about the state of the City and our state of this state, and really that of our nation: division. We can defeat division with not otherness but togetherness. I am asking you all to engage in an individual commitment to not be us and them.”
The Lafayette Consolidated Government is saddling the widow of Cpl. Michael Middlebrook with an additional $4,000 a year in health insurance costs, even though there is an easy solution. Their failure to do the right thing represents the very worst kind of government and betrays the community they serve.
From the archives of CenLamar
Originally published on November 4, 2013
A big win against a good team reveals both the Saints’ ability to dominate and their vulnerability to complacency and sloppy play.
Caddo Parish Sheriff Steve Prator recently generated national and international condemnation for comments that seemed to laud slavery.
But the real surprise is that the more interesting story is about a dog park.