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Monday, June 29, 2020
It was Saturday night, Aug. 14, 1943, when the Allies shelled my father’s village along the southern coast in Italy. From their ships in the Mediterranean Sea, the naval bombardment from the Allies was brutal – over 1,000 shells were fired in less than 20 minutes.
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Monday, June 15, 2020
Nearly everyone is angry. Angry about the police. Angry with Donald Trump. Angry about the elected officials who shuttered our economy. Angry with the rioters burning our cities. Angry about the rich. About racism and prejudice. About injustice. Angry with the senseless killings and gang violence in countless cities across the country.
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Monday, June 1, 2020
Yet growing up, for most of us, saying, “It’s a free country” was the standard response someone would make about something they refused to tolerate, or if they did something that someone else didn’t like. It was often followed or preceded by “So sue me.
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Monday, May 18, 2020
A change in stock price can vary whenever a CEO takes over a company, depending on the market perception of how capable the new CEO may be in taking the company forward. Other times, a change in stock price may reflect how well (or poorly) a CEO may manage the company in a crisis.
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Monday, April 20, 2020
We’re going to begin hearing a lot more about how conducting our elections by U.S. mail is a necessity now. Take U.S. Senator Kamala Harris, for example. She says, “The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the obstacles many already face when voting,” and the American people “deserve a comprehensive solution to ensure that voting is safe and accessible.
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Monday, March 23, 2020
As the coronavirus pandemic pushes people toward increased social isolation, millions of workers are attending meetings remotely, municipalities are conducting open meetings online, and schools are shifting to online platforms. In fact, the video conferencing platform, WebEx, saw a surge in user activity since the beginning of March – 5.
Community
Monday, March 9, 2020
Shreveport mayor is not whom we thought we elected Mayor Perkins' inauguration speech on that cold, Saturday morning, Dec. 29, 2018, seemed incontrovertible confirmation of what so many voters hoped his election represented — a commitment to unifying the city across racial lines: A break from the "old guard" of the past.
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Monday, Feb. 24, 2020
In the movie “Air Force One,” Harrison Ford plays the president, whose character as commander-inchief throughout the film follows his principles rather than public-opinion polls.
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Monday, Feb. 10, 2020
In his 1957 speech entitled, “Give Us The Ballot,” Martin Luther King Jr. did not advocate for the right to vote simply because he wanted to see more black people in office. No, not at all. He wanted more than that – he wanted to be able to choose men “of good will” who would “do justly and love mercy.

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