Our View

February 19, 2014

For Jori, there was no happy ending

That a man can confess to killing his son and not be punished is a fact that troubled many observers of the Jeremiah Wright case. Wright, […]
February 26, 2014

Longevity thrives

Celebrating longevity is a noteworthy tradition. Most people mark birthdays with enthusiasm and anniversaries generate reflection. Amazement often occurs when time has passed faster than expected […]
March 5, 2014

Lent about more than trading burgers for shrimp in restaurant line

The final float is gone. All of the people are no longer in the streets with their masks and purple, green and gold attire. The beads, […]
March 11, 2014

OUR VIEW: Keep an eye on Common Core this session

Issues relative to education have proven ubiquitous during Louisiana’s annual lawmaking sessions. Higher education – along with health care – has shouldered the burden of the […]