According to recent polling, Roy has the highest favorability ratings of any elected official in Central Louisiana. I can explain why.
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A small Southern Baptist college in Pineville, LA tried to get a lawsuit dismissed alleging that they refused to hire a football coach because he has “Jewish blood.”
That’s just the latest chapter in the decline of a once-respected liberal arts university.
The region’s leading newspaper and television stations have yet to report on a visit by a man who travels with a Secret Service detail and is well-known on every corner of the planet.
“We’re confident that when the evidence of this case is presented, there will be no doubt about the veracity of the allegations in Mr. Bonadona’s complaint,” asserts Bonadona’s lawyer.
The former England Air Force Base needs new leadership and a new mission if it is to thrive in the 21st century.
In a federal complaint filed yesterday, LC president Rick Brewer is alleged to have violated the law by refusing to hire a Christian assistant football coach because of his Jewish heritage.
Before next week’s special session, Gov. Edwards should consider renting the classic 1982 movie “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.”
The congressman, who is eyeing a race for governor, missed at least six different votes as a result.
Ralph Abraham believes the President never said what Senators Durbin and Graham already confirmed.
For 74 years, a full-length movie, shot in color, had been hidden away in the library of First United Methodist Church in Alexandria, uncovered only once during the mid-1980s and then lost again, until now.