Objections to the Bayou Bridge Pipeline demonstrate how the system is rigged.
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The rise and fall of the machine.
“You don’t give your kid his allowance the day after you discovered him stealing money from your wallet.” –Broderick Bagert
The freshman Republican from Louisiana’s Third District had already aligned himself with two anti-government militia groups.
Is Louisiana’s Office of Conservation really in charge of conservation? Part 7 of our “F#*ck This” series.
The Bayou Brief launches an investigative project on Big Oil, Gas Giants, and the “Invisible Empire” that controls Louisiana’s economy.
The self-published memoir by Greg Meffert, New Orleans’ disgraced former Chief Technology Officer, reveals a brash opportunist at the center of a massive public corruption scandal. Meffert’s book has moments of insight, but ultimately, “Landfall” is about a man who still struggles to acknowledge the extent of his own downfall.
A review by Peter Athas.
The Obama Justice Department thought Ville Platte, Louisiana — where officers jail witnesses to crimes — could become a model of how to erase policing abuses that plague small towns across the nation. Jeff Sessions decided not to bother.
Landry and Murrill are the first public officials to apply the term to an entirely ministerial accounting procedure or to suggest that career civil servants at the Department of Health and Human Services are somehow actively involved in this conspiracy.
The African-American Caddo Parish Commissioner has championed the removal of a Confederate monument at the parish courthouse.