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Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020
Sixty-two percent of Americans say they have political views they’re afraid to share. Half of Americans have concerns that a major health event could lead to bankruptcy. Nearly two-thirds of Americans fear it will be unsafe to send children back to school this year.
Monday, Aug. 24, 2020
I mean, don’t you just feel, sometimes, just physically and emotionally exhausted? Like you just can’t muster up the energy or patience to face the world? Maybe it’s pandemic fatigue, or you’re working exceptionally long hours, or taking on exceedingly heavy workloads.
Monday, Aug. 10, 2020
The announcement should have been accompanied by a warning label at the very least. You know, like the ones from the Surgeon General, printed on packs of cigarettes that say, “Quitting Smoking Now Greatly Reduces Serious Risks to Your Health” or “Cigarette Smoke Contains Carbon Monoxide.
Monday, July 27, 2020
Of course, it doesn’t always end up that way. Sometimes, we get taken advantage of. And it’s not that anyone, necessarily, starts out intending to hurt one another or take one another for granted. It’s just that most of us like to “see the best in people,” and we end up “being used” in the process.
Monday, July 13, 2020
Mayor Perkins has mandated that nearly everyone in the city of Shreveport must wear a mask and maintain social distancing whenever entering any business (unless you meet one of the limited exemptions). Mayor Perkins claims his authority under La. R.S.
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.
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.
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.
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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