A powerful sheriff, his chief deputy, the Lt. Governor, the Attorney General, and the state Rep. who chairs the Appropriations Committee all have one thing in common, and it’s not just their party affiliation.
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I will send Mr. Donovan a clarification, inform him that his interpretation was in error, and ask how I can possibly purchase one of those t-shirts.
The progressive movement in Louisiana is more organized now than it has been in decades.
Ever since Ronald Reagan decried “welfare queens driving Cadillacs,” Republicans have used public assistance as a dog whistle to their white voters, roughly meaning “lazy black freeloaders.”
Years ago, I would have never anticipated that Harris would be such a force in statewide politics, but that’s not because I ever underestimated him. I just never realized how hyper-partisan he would become.
According to Mizell, “no real citizen” wanted those statues removed, which, incidentally, is the same thing that Jefferson Davis and Robert E. Lee thought about the citizenship of African-Americans.
Both Judge Susie Morgan and City Attorney Rebecca Dietz underscored support for Landry’s cooperation with crime prevention efforts and investigations, provided he complies with the law.
Democrats–particularly Democrats outside of the South–do a tremendous disservice to the party when they insist that pro-life candidates should not have a seat inside of our Big Tent.
Bruce Greenstein, the disgraced former Secretary of Louisiana’s Department of Health and Hospitals under Gov. Bobby Jindal, was recently named the Trump administration’s Chief Technology ...
Louisiana State Sen. Conrad Appel, a term-limited Republican from Metairie and a man who spent his years as Chairman of the Senate Education Committee embarrassing ...