More than you’ve ever wanted to know about the manufactured scandal over a gubernatorial appointment to the Red River Waterway Commission.
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The Shreveport mayoral candidate alleges he and others were listed as signatories without their consent.
Perkins and seven of his Harvard Law School classmates sent a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee praising Kavanaugh.
Is Louisiana’s Office of Conservation really in charge of conservation? Part 7 of our “F#*ck This” series.
The African-American Caddo Parish Commissioner has championed the removal of a Confederate monument at the parish courthouse.
During the past 20 years, a small group of anti-government ideologues has transformed state politics by preaching fiscal responsibility. Quietly, they’ve also collected billions in tax breaks, incentives, and government contracts. Part two of an ongoing series.
Before next week’s special session, Gov. Edwards should consider renting the classic 1982 movie “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.”
In the prologue to his compelling and evocative new memoir, former Louisiana Gov. Roemer candidly opens up about how his life has changed since suffering a stroke three years ago and why he was inspired to share the stories of his childhood home in south Bossier Parish.
As exemplified in the current debate over a courthouse monument, the failure to confront Shreveport’s brutal past still haunts the final capital city of the Confederacy to acknowledge defeat.
The United States Supreme Court is the only court mentioned in the United States Constitution. When you visit the court, you find no monuments or statues dedicated to anyone or thing other than justice being blind and equal.