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by | Sep 19, 2022

“Kill are be killed.” That’s what a spray-painted graffiti message reads on a metal wall a stone’s throw from the 1500 block of Government Street near downtown Baton Rouge. It’s a double testament — both to the scandalously dangerous character…

by | Aug 16, 2022

Louisiana’s three remaining abortion clinics said Monday that they will close after the state Supreme Court upheld a law Friday that bans abortion through all stages of pregnancy without exceptions for rape or incest. Employees of the shuttered clinics grieved…

by | Jun 28, 2022

This past weekend, the Republican Party of Louisiana held a two-day event titled Victory 2022, which was a combination policy confab, candidate showcase, and political pep rally. Over 1,000 attendees were there, and by all means it was a success….

by | May 12, 2022

Look, I know I’m not telling our readers anything you don’t already know here. But in those quaint old days when the liberals (remember when those dinosaurs roamed the earth?) used to engage in debate, they had a saying. They…

by | Mar 31, 2022

Regular listeners of Rush Limbaugh’s marvelous three-hour radio tour de force, which I imagine is a group of alumni coinciding greatly with the readers of The American Spectator, will no doubt remember one of Limbaugh’s famous sayings. “I’m the mayor…

by | Feb 13, 2022

An interesting thought experiment can be had in this: what would Malcolm X think of current events and American race relations if he were around today? Going solely by the statements of the combative 1960s black leader, one might project…

by | Jan 18, 2022

John Kennedy, one of the most quotable and telegenic Republican politicians in the country, is in no danger of losing his Senate seat to a Democrat this fall. We should be clear about that from the outset. But that doesn’t…

by | Dec 6, 2021

Among the states most loyal to Republicans running for federal office is a place governed as though it were California or Massachusetts. We speak here of Louisiana, which has two Republican senators and five GOP House members out of six….

by | Aug 30, 2021

Louisiana’s Highway 1 winds along the west banks of two of Louisiana’s major rivers, beginning in Shreveport and following loosely along the Red River, then following the Mississippi for a while before plunging into the south-central bayou country. At the…

by | Jun 14, 2021

During the Trump presidency, Democratic activist groups routinely assailed the administration’s immigration policies as “lawless.”  What really bothered these groups, however, was the Trump administration’s commitment to enforcing immigration law, which violated the non-enforcement ideology now in vogue among liberal…

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