Commentary

Wed
18
Mar
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Speaking Out for Louisiana Citizens

Speaking Out for Louisiana Citizens

ABOUT CORONAVIRUS

Most Americans actually realize that Donald Trump is not responsible for this virus. Coronavirus came out of nowhere and we know it must run its course. Of course, the media representing the left will exploit this situation and do what the media generally does and blame Trump. So we should just keep calm and patient and things will work out. Many predict this virus will end when the weather get a little warmer. Let’s keep our heads and we will work out of this mess.

THE POOR AND POLITICS

Wed
18
Mar
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Patchwork

My new closet, which is 10’ x 12’, is complete and I have spent the last week moving in. What a job!!

However, I’ve already decided that I have too much stuff. (I never would have thought I’d admit that!)

While hanging up and coordinating clothes (all the jeans together, slacks all the way to long gowns and on to tops) I took the time to toss a few items I haven’t worn in a long time.

 

 

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Wed
11
Mar
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Letters to the Editor

Louisiana’s LNG industry continues to bring significant benefits to both the global energy market and to the state’s economy. Earlier this week Cameron LNG announced that its second liquefied natural gas production unit is now operational at its Hackberry, Louisiana facility. With a third train yet to be completed, the ongoing expansion of their natural gas export capacity represents a major victory for American energy independence and economic prosperity.

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Wed
11
Mar
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Patchwork

My grandchildren would be surprised that I had a life as a teenager before I was their Grammie.

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Wed
04
Mar
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Ushering in Louisiana’s roaring 20s

The Roaring 20s were a time of unprecedented economic prosperity in America. A century has since passed. Can Louisiana and its oil and gas industry experience roaring economic prosperity once more?

Let’s take a look. One hundred years later, our nation’s economy is booming. Unemployment is at record lows, the stock market is at record highs, and it seems that everywhere you look, President Trump’s business acumen has acted like a shot of adrenaline for America.

Energy producers are no exception. Reforms of rules and regulations that had previously hindered industry growth have expanded offshore drilling, streamlined the pipeline permitting process, and made the United States an oil and gas powerhouse once again.

 

 

Wed
04
Mar
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Patchwork

Several weeks ago, we hit a rough patch of losing our keys around the house.

Hubby-dear lost his first. We looked everywhere…..pants pockets, in coat pockets, under the furniture, in the Jeep, and all places in between.

He remembered leaving them on the table. We looked everywhere. He was sure the cat had knocked them off the table and they were somewhere on the floor, under chairs or the couch. We looked. No luck.

 

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Wed
26
Feb
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LOOKING BACK

50 Years Ago

Week of Feb. 26, 1970

Bob Harris won the Many Bass Club monthly tournament by landing two fish weighing in at 5 lbs. 15 oz. and 5 lbs. 7 oz.

The Zwolle Future Business Leaders of America did well at the Central District meeting. Patti Hayes won superior at the 15 th Annual Meeting and the Parliamentary Team won superior. The team was composed on Genevieve Armstrong, Mary Sue Sepulvado, Mary Bison, Joyce Armstrong and Bettie McDonald. The school ranked third place and won a trophy. Clark Sauls rated superior in the Mr. FBLA event and Gary Craig and Clark Sauls won excellent in spelling.

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Wed
26
Feb
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Patchwork

January was sooooo long, and February has just scooted by!! And now, March is ready to come into our lives. At the end of March, we will have already used up 1/4 th of 2020. Can you believe it??

March usually comes in like a lion (cold weather of winter is still around) and goes out like a lamb (ahhh Spring—warmer weather!).

I am anxious for Spring this year. It seems like we have had too many rainy and dreary days since January 1. People have been sick all winter long and are just tired of illnesses.

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Wed
19
Feb
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Speaking Out for Louisiana Citizens

Speaking Out for Louisiana Citizens

LEGISLATURE GETTING IT TOGETHER

As the legislature is getting things together for the upcoming session of 2020 there are a few things that are certain. One is that they will be bumping heads on a lot of issues. Another thing for certain is that we all know the Governor has to be in the mix if possible. Another thing is that they all seem to express an interest in working together. It is much better to pass bills that the Governor feels he will sign. On the other hand, the Governor must be wise enough to realize that if a bill comes out with strong consent it is not a good idea for him to object.

Wed
19
Feb
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Patchwork

Hubby-dear sent me to off to Walmart last week with a list of items he needed for the new extension. Apparently he’d forgotten them the day before when he went to Walmart!!

Arriving a little after 4 p.m., I headed to the Hardware Department—a place I am not familiar with, for sure.

I looked at my list. Paint. One gallon of interior white paint. Naturally, I was in the exterior paint aisle, so a nice young salesman showed me to the right aisle. Hubby-dear was kind enough to post a photo on my phone so it would be easy to find. The salesman found it and put it in my buggy. Fortunately, I realized I needed a gallon and not a quart….he exchanged it and I was one step closer to leaving Hardware!!

 

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