by Tom Aswell, Publisher of Louisiana Voice
Let the word go forth. From the bayous in the south to the watermelon patches in the north, from Bourbon Street in New Orleans to Texas Street in Shreveport, from McNeese to Louisiana Tech, let the people know:
Walking around the halls of New Orleans’s Ernest Morial Convention Center this week for three days was hard on the feet , but indeed, more than pleasing to the mind.
After decades of unchecked illegal immigration and liberal policies, conservatives are in a distinct minority in California. It is most definitely the case in the California Assembly.
Yesterday, state lawmakers rejected a harmless resolution to honor legendary actor John Wayne, a native son of California.
Can a normal person eat “three square meals a day” and become a skinny-minny like Pippa Middleton?
Why, of course!
You can eat three square meals a day of black coffee, water and air.
by Jim Brown
And I thought voters were distrustful, angry and confrontational a few years back when I held public office in Louisiana. This coming federal election is viewed by many, including yours truly, as a herculean and rather grim battle between good and evil, left and right, the good guys and the scum, Wormwood and the Patient, and Saint Michael vs. Satan. But guess what? There could be no victors. We all could lose on November 8th.