ACLU DEMANDS KENNER MAYOR TO REVERSE NIKE BAN
Sep 12, 2018 02:22PM ● By Flint Zerangue, Sr.
The ACLU of Louisiana has sent a letter to Mayor Ben Zahn informing him that his actions violate the First Amendment and advised him to rescind his policy immediately...Read More »
Ragin Cajun Football - A New Era
Aug 31, 2018 06:35PM ● By Flint Zerangue, Sr.
UPDATE: Cajuns win home opener 49 - 17 over Grambling.....The stage is set for the next chapter of Ragin Cajun Football. New coach, new starting quarterback, and a community that is primed to see the Cajuns live up to their potential...Read More »
Lafayette Library Board of Control President Resigns Amid Drag Queen Story Time Controversy
Aug 28, 2018 09:07AM ● By Flint Zerangue, Sr.
Joseph Gordon-Wiltz, the Parish President’s appointee to the Library Board has resigned amid controversy surrounding the scheduling of “Drag Queen Story Time.”Read More »
Public Safety Not Partisan Politics
Aug 13, 2018 02:21PM
Enforcing immigration law may not be politically prudent, but it is the right thing to do. Not only does it reduce the strain on our limited Border Patrol resources, but it...Read More »
UL Lafayette Researchers Map Hot Spots in Louisiana’s Coastal Geology
Jul 28, 2018 11:28AM ● By Camille Mosley
Dr. Gary Kinsland, a professor in UL Lafayette’s School of Geosciences, explains geohazards in Louisiana’s coastal zones to students Nicole Bartley and Robert Narmour.Read More »
UL Lafayette Lecture to Explore Confederate Monuments Debate
Apr 05, 2018 01:53PM ● By Camille Mosley
Award-winning historian Dr. Karen L. Cox will discuss “Confederate Monuments in the Jim Crow South” during a lecture at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. April 11th, 2018Read More »
Waguespack: Give credit where credit is due
Apr 02, 2018 09:55AM ● By Flint Zerangue, Sr.
Opinion - Stephen Waguespack: Lost in the countless stories--that dominate the State Capitol these days is some credit given to where credit is due. Some Republicans in the House broke...Read More »
Opinion: Spend it differently this time
Apr 02, 2018 09:31AM ● By Flint Zerangue, Sr.
Opinion - by Stephen Waguespack, LABI President: The 2018 crisis will be filled with plenty of drama, finger pointing and inflammatory rhetoric. Every (former, current and future) politician will say it is the other (former, current and future) politician’s fault for the deficits and lack of agreement on the appropriate mixture of taxes and cuts to fill it.Read More »