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Are the issues evolving around Donald Trump, less about what he says, per se, but more about the way he says it?  Is this the reason that many across the US (and outside) are upset with The Donald and his policies, such as illegal immmigration and preventing Muslims from entering the US?  Or, is Donald Trump is simply speaking his mind, and the audience should simply get over it, as he is articulating what so many Americans have felt, but have simply been so reluctant to express.

By Ron Chapman

And now for Donald Trump.

Last week’s article detailed the many problems plaguing Hillary Clinton: her character, her reputation, her dishonesty, and her campaign.   Particular emphasis was placed on how her persistent “ethical problems” account for her lack of trust.

  
by Lou Gehrig Burnett, Publisher of Fax-Net

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    Some in the media and government watchers believe Republicans, especially House Appropriations Committee Chairman Cameron Henry of Metairie, apparently are still in denial about a Democrat being elected governor of Louisiana.

Is Massachusetts U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren on the warpath against Donald Trump?

“Whoo!  Hoo!  Hoo!  Hoo!  Hoo!”

When I was a kid and we’d play cowboys and Indians, this was the noise we always made.

“The greater our knowledge increases, the greater our ignorance unfolds.  Despite the striking fact that most of the scientists that the world has ever known are alive and working today, despite the fact that this Nation's own scientific manpower is doubling every 12 years in a rate of growth more than three times that of our population as a whole, despite that, the vast stretches of the unknown and the unanswered and the unfinished still far out-strip our collective comprehension.”

As has been threatened over the past three months, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards has issued his call for the second special session.  According to the call he intends to fully fund TOPS, healthcare, K-12 education and higher education.  Given the shortfall anticipated and the inability to provide these programs to the state through the most recent special session earlier this year and the general session which is beginning its last week, Edwards has decided to pursue another special session, this one to raise revenues.

by Jim Brown

Kids all over America graduated last week from kindergarten, grade school, high school, college and graduate schools. And there was always a commencement speaker. Most of you will never give a commencement address. But as a public official, I was called on to give a number of them.  And guess what?  I don’t remember any of the advice that I gave to these newly minted graduates.

 

by Michael Malak
Americans are sick and tired of being pushed around, at home and abroad, and are ready to fight. We’ve heeded the advice of Howard Beale, the quixotic anchorman in “Network,” and opened our windows and yelled “I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore.” Hence, Trump and, whence Sanders, but does it end there. Shout a resounding “No”!

The Times Picayune does not like Attorney General Jeff Landry. It seems the newspaper is upset that the Attorney General is a conservative. In an editorial today, the liberal newspaper said that Landry is “confused” about whether he is Governor or Attorney General. In reality, he is not confused, but has to continually do battle with the liberal agenda of Governor Edwards.

Presidential elections come and go, and so do friends.

One of the recent developments, perhaps more than ever, is the rancor of the debates over the upcoming elections in Facebook conversations, twitter posts, other social media, on TV talk shows and other outlets, including email.

Why is this happening?

Presidential elections come and go, and so do friends.

One of the recent developments, perhaps more than ever, is the rancor of the debates over the upcoming elections in Facebook conversations, twitter posts, other social media, on TV talk shows and other outlets, including email.

Why is this happening?

Maybe because Andrew Jones’ hometown produced a high school valedictorian who showed the electorate’s rules didn’t apply to his political career, Amite High School’s current class valedictorian thought school rules didn’t apply to his academic career. Just because the kid got taught a lesson now has sent some off to shoot the messenger.

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