Guest columnists

August 13, 2013

US empire provokes terrorism

Perhaps we’ll never know if intercepted chatter between al-Qaeda leaders – which prompted the U.S. government to close dozens of diplomatic missions in the Muslim world […]
August 13, 2013

La.’s political cycle begins

It is August, midway through the second term of a term-limited governor. The Legislature isn’t in session. Ordinarily this would be a period of political doldrums […]
August 13, 2013

Obamacare Showdown

A showdown is coming to Washington and the question on everyone’s minds is: What will Republican leadership do when the time comes? On September 30, 2013, […]
August 20, 2013

Students see higher tuition rates again

Louisiana’s public college students, whose classes begin on many campuses this week, are kicking off a new school year with ever-growing tuition and fee costs. They’re […]