If you see yellow-vested workers walking around your neighborhood knocking on doors, don’t call the police. That’s not a scammer or someone attempting a home invasion – those are Amnesty International volunteers fighting against the growing immigrant detention happening right here in Louisiana. When I think of Amnesty International, I tend to picture people working […]
Gary Landrieu, an independent running for Governor and cousin of former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu and former Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu, received pushback after dropping the n-word on WGSO 990, a talk radio show. He explained that because his family members were sympathetic to African Americans, he used to be picked on and called […]
According to a newly released report by the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), catastrophic superstorms combined with rising sea levels could result in hundreds of millions of people from coastlines around the world to be displaced. The findings represent a “special report” on the Earth’s frozen zones, or cryosphere. A draft of […]
Today, the SWBNO removed more than 370 tons of debris from a nearly three-mile stretch of that canal – including a second car.
What many may find surprising is that using nuclear weapons to disrupt hurricanes is a common theory.
It seems to me that, in the battle between nature and nurture, it’s nurture that proves to be our undoing when it comes to learning hate. If it indeed “takes a village”, and ones village is filled with militia-men and women, generational racists, and other so-called “economically distressed” persons, then what kind of individual will […]
Op-Ed: The Mental and Economic Enslavement of Children Through State Charters: Are Our Children for Sale?August 25, 2019
Robert Green Ingersoll once opined, “Mental slavery is mental death, and every man who has given up his intellectual freedom is the living coffin of his dead soul.” Our State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education through the charter school approval system has become a market to sell the children of our state to the […]
The Louisiana Gubernatorial race is heating up. While Governor John Bel Edwards has enjoyed above average approval ratings throughout his tenure, his party affiliation as a Democrat makes him a vulnerable incumbent in a red state like Louisiana.The two Republican candidates know what they have to do and they are not holding back. In a […]
After discovering Ramon Torres, a U.S. citizen for ten years, since 2009, was illegally detained at Ascension Parish Jail for four days, the ACLU of Louisiana has announced a lawsuit. It all started in August 2018 when Ramon Torres was pulled over and arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated. Despite showing multiple forms of […]
This past Wednesday, the Mayor’s office sent out a release, calling on the CPC (City Planning Commission) to perform a study on affordable housing.
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