This is the kind of thing that will actually make a difference in the South: LSU will require anyone attending Tiger Stadium who is 12 years of age or older to provide proof of vaccination or a negati
Edwin Edwards died the other day and we shouldn’t let the loss of such an august champion of clean government pass without discussing it. Here’s the first part of the 1991 debate between E
I’ve been trying to write and overall busy with other things, so I haven’t had time for a grave post in the last couple of days. For those of you though who look to this site for all thing
Republican governance–very serious actions taken by very serious people. Just south of Oil City, where Louisiana representative Danny McCormick is from, is the predominantly Black city of Shreve
Hurricane Laura is going to decimate western Louisiana. I am sure that the Trump administration will display all its competence, empathy, and effectiveness in the aftermath.
The loss of the Louisiana marshes is not only an ecological disaster of truly horrible implications, but also seriously threatens the future of New Orleans. And it’s probably too late now to sto
On July 1, 1929, New Orleans streetcar workers walked off the job, in the last of the great streetcar strikes that helped define the labor movement in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
Yeah sure that’s a George Wallace quote, but when it comes to schools, it’s the feeling of perhaps a majority of white people. This is a particularly gross story from Baton Rouge, but it c