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How Joe Biden Can Bring Country Together, Heal Wounds, and Make Fresh Start for USA

As former Vice President Joe Biden prepares to be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States, he has called for the people of this country to unite together, and that is a worthy goal. Of course, unifying people with such diverse views wouldn’t be easy.  However, it is possible. The problem is, […]

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We Asked Readers of Central City News What They Would Say to President Trump in Three Sentences! Here Are Some of Their Responses

After Congress opened the votes from the Electoral College and Joe Biden was declared elected, the Central City News asked its readers what they would say to President Trump if they could do so — in no more than three sentences.  Here are their answers: •Patricia Keith Watts and Vee KayGee – Thank you President […]

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Court Decision Provides Strong Protection For Life Tabernacle, Churches Everywhere

 The United States Supreme Court has issued an injunction prohibiting Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York from enforcing limits on attendance at churches and synagogues in New York.  The governor issued emergency orders creating zones and limiting church attendance to 10 or 25 persons depending on the zone.  However, in a 5-4 decision, the Supreme […]

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Will You Take Coronavirus Vaccine?

A survey of readers of the Central City News showed deep distrust of coronavirus vaccines being rolled out this week. More than 400 readers participated in the online survey.   Readers were asked the question, “Do you plan to take a Covid vaccine.  These were some of their responses: •Kathleen Fasullo Byers – NOT!! •Linda […]

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Roar of Death Valley Became a Whimper Under One-Man Rule of John Bel Edwards

If one man can kill a state, the Fool Governor, John Bel Edwards, is well on his way.  Through his draconian, illegal orders, he stopped people from shaking hands, hugging people’s necks, going to their favorite coffee shop or restaurant without a hated mask, opening their businesses, going to work, going to church, or going […]

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So Now the Fool Governor Forbids Dancing

THE GOVERNOR SAYS NO  DANCING — Yes, our fool Democrat governor has a new one: No dancing!  Add that to no singing, no hand shaking, no hugging, no funerals, no visiting your dying mother in the hospital.   “A video recently posted on Facebook shows couples dancing inside a Lafayette restaurant. A viewer called News […]

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Attorney General’s Opinion Raises Doubt About Legality of Governor’s Mask Order

July 15, 2020 OPINION 20-0068 La. R.S. 29: 721, et seq.  La. R.S. 29: 760, et seq.   Conclusion: Certain provisions of 89 JBE 2020 may be unconstitutional and unenforceable.  Dear Reps. Bagley, Beaullieu, Edmonds, Horton, Miguez, Owen, Seabaugh, and Senator Mills: We received your requests for Attorney General Opinions and/or inquiries related to mask […]

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Mandatory Masks? Our Body, Our Choice!

 I could go into all the arguments about why it’s bad for healthy people to go around wearing masks, especially in the heat of a broiling Louisiana summer.  • Or I could go through all the conflicting edicts by the CDC, the WHO, and various health “experts” on why masks work or don’t work.  •Or […]

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Opinion: Left Wants You to Live in Yesterday or Tomorrow, Not Today

The American economy is the greatest in the history of our country! Record low unemployment for all of our citizens.  The lowest unemployment rates in history for black Americans and women. Record high stock market. Business booming and getting better. People who are working have more money in their pockets that ever. Our gross domestic […]

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Pros and Cons of Const’l Amendments

When voters go to the polls on Nov. 6, 2018, they may be surprised to find they have a lot more to vote on besides the candidates running for statewide and local offices. Also included are six proposed statewide Constitutional amendments and one proposition, which will be on the ballot only in East Baton Rouge […]

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