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Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2023
What’s good for the goose is good for the gander” is a familiar phrase to most folks, generally meaning that if something is good or acceptable for one person, it is or should be equally so for another person.
Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022
In December 1965, nearly 15 million viewers, or one-half of the television viewing audience, tuned in to watch “A Charlie Brown Christmas.” It has become the longest-running cartoon special in history, but it was almost canceled before it was ever aired.
Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022
You may have read about the Texas small business owner last month who became so frustrated with spending enormous amounts of money, trying to find qualified workers through Facebook advertisements and job boards that he put a sign up at his business reading, “Now Hiring Non-Stupid People.
Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2022
Go to any of the leading candidates’ websites for Shreveport mayor, and you’ll learn their priorities, or those issues they say their administration will be focused on, if they are elected into office. Crime reduction. Education. Economic development. Community reinvestment.
Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022
During the Shreveport mayor’s race of 1994, you could open The Times nearly any day of the week, and the headlines would blare about how crime was the number one issue to voters that election year. It was a run-off race that year between a relatively unexciting candidate (as described by the daily), who was endorsed by the police and fire unions (Mr.
Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022
For example, many of us have worn a T-shirt showing we donated money to some cause – mostly because we want others to think we’re charitable. Or maybe the company you work for says they will change some company policy following a public controversy – maybe they publicly fire an employee, for example, to improve their public image.
Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2022
I’m not sure who needs to hear this today, but there is greatness inside you. Now, maybe you feel like things are out of your control, like a helpless, hapless bystander. After all, an unbelievable 88% of Americans now believe the U.S.
Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022
But what about making the same mistakes over and over (and over) again? Psychologists explain that when we keep repeating the same mistakes, it is because we are not intentional about learning from those mistakes.
Sunday, July 31, 2022
Many say this helps explain why President Trump’s endorsement record of candidates is stronger than any other political figure in America today. Some would argue that voters view Trump as an “expert,” and his endorsement of any candidate makes them more likely to vote for that candidate.


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