Trump’s attempted TikTok ban has been a tale full of twists, turns, and totally asinine Trumpisms. It all started with some anti-Chinese sentiment. Since ByteDance, TikTok’s parent company, is a Chinese company, Trump feared that the data they were collecting on the 165 million TikTok users in the US, was being fed to the Chinese […]
When we lost Ruth Bader Ginsberg on Friday night, I felt a deep, echoing sadness, the origin of which was at first hard to pinpoint. Partially, it came from a feeling of loss, since a figure I respected, no, revered, had passed away. Of course, she had lived a long life of 87 years, […]
The New Orleans People’s District Attorney Coalition (NOPDAC) is hosting a two-hour virtual candidate forum on Wednesday, September 23.
If you received an overpayment notice from the Louisiana Workforce Commission (LWC), you might not actually have to repay your benefits.
The U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana issued a ruling today supporting Gov. John Bel Edwards’ request to implement a safer emergency election plan that includes more mail-in voting options.
Gov. John Bel Edwards released guidelines today for what Phase 3 may look like across much of Louisiana, but it may not be as much of a “return to normal” as many had hoped.
Louisiana Democratic Party Chair Candidate Katie Bernhardt Has History of Supporting Pro-Life Republicans and Conservative PoliciesSeptember 9, 2020
Katie Bernhardt is running for Chair of the Louisiana Democratic Party. She currently represents the third congressional district as Democratic State Executive Committeewoman. Many Democrats have expressed concerns about her candidacy, particularly a history of ties to conservative candidates, her support for Republican policies and her ties to the oil and gas industry. A party […]
I was 24 when I came to this country. I came following love; the love that today has given me a perfect little boy that I get to call my son. I came hoping to belong in a new family, a new community, and make new friends. It was 2015, and while I sat […]
The individuals who advocate for keeping up Confederate monuments always circle back to the same point, ignoring arguments that the monuments represent a racist regime, that they glorify individuals that enslaved others, with an indifference that only the stone busts they protect could rival. “But”.. they counter, their voice sopping with patriotism and a concern […]
On Tuesday, September 1, Facebook removed two posts by U.S. Representative Clay Higgins (R-LA) after threatening to shoot people protesting the police. Buzzfeed reported that Facebook removed his posts for violating the company’s violence and incitement policies after making comments like “I’d drop any 10 of you where you stand,” “we just eliminate the threat,” […]
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