Vitter hasn’t forgotten about the Senate
While he may be focused on running for governor in 2015, U.S. Sen. David Vitter of Metairie hasn't lost sight of his gig in D.C., which includes a possible chairmanship in the near future and raisi...
Letter to the Editor:
Dear Editor: No Time to Nap – email, call, write, talk to your Legislators. The delay in the effective date for the new state health care plans should not mean a delay in your demands for good gove...
On Religion and Morality
By Tom Purcell Are religious people as equally prone to immoral acts as nonreligious people? The answer is yes according to a new study, "Morality in Everday Life," which I read about in the Daily ...