Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent is Feb. 26.
Some people will automatically say, “It is time to give up candy, alcohol or smoking.” […]
For five years now, the federal Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) program has been helping the parents of individuals with disabilities save money without being penalized or losing benefits and services. […]
Hate crimes in America have increased 17 percent from the previous year making this the third consecutive year that hateful racial rhetoric and actions have come to dominate the news. […]
In the summer of 1959, every news outlet in Louisiana was filled with reports of the daily activities of then-Gov. Earl K. Long. Having just obtained a highly-publicized release from a state mental hospital in Mandeville, Long made headlines for soon afterward cavorting with a Bourbon Street stripper, Blaze Starr, before embarking on a wild vacation in the western states. […]
What word or phrase would best describe the American spirit? “Rugged individualism” would probably be a popular answer. We see this in those old western movies when the good guy stands in the middle of town, ready to take on the gang of outlaws who are coming to town. […]
In 1994, after two years under the Clinton administration and decades more toiling as the minority party in Congress, Republicans decided they needed a plan to better communicate with the American people and detail the specific actions they promised to take if they assumed leadership in Congress in the upcoming elections. […]
Maybe the primary root cause for Christian marriages failing today is that couples have chosen the secular ideals of marriage instead of being grounding in biblical teachings on marriage and family life. Only a return to God centered teachings can remedy our current crisis surrounding marriage and the family. […]