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Men Are Not Punching Bags

Men Are Not Punching Bags

People advocating for abuse victims should advocate for all victims. Do men not deserve the same protections as women? It is time we acknowledge the double standard and work toward fixing it. We see a lot of messages advocating for abuse victims. Sometimes they are...

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Clay’s Republican Turmoil

Clay’s Republican Turmoil

Most adults are aware of the devastating impact segregation had on America. It is crucial that we never repeat this part of history. This is why some lawmakers do not feel segregation should be pushed on children in Louisiana schools. Unfortunately, House Speaker,...

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Paula Davis’s $2 BILLION tax transfusion

Paula Davis’s $2 BILLION tax transfusion

You may remember the fake "Fiscal Cliff" narrative JBE put out a few years ago. He called one special session after another, demanding (in two-year-old fashion) that taxes must be raised, or the entire state of Louisiana might just stuff off into the Gulf of Mexico....

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Republican Self Destruction

Republican Self Destruction

With friends like these, who needs enemies? Louisiana republicans are incapable of uniting even with a super majority. Democrat Ted James runs the speaker and the house. Maybe he is the leader everyone needs. You don't see democrats sacrificing each other in a fight...

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Now we’re building monuments to a race?

Now we’re building monuments to a race?

Say it ain't so! After all the brouhaha involved with the tearing down of monuments deemed "racist," there's now actually a bill in the Louisiana legislature to build a monument to a specific race!? You just have to check this one out for yourself.

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Letters: Capps gets slapped for race baiting

Letters: Capps gets slapped for race baiting

Regarding Lafayette's decades of racist housing policies left lasting scars and still define city, by Andrew Capps. I just read the above referenced article and was quite shocked by what you claim as “facts”. It’s interesting that a 1923 ordinance that was passed, and...

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