Troy Glover Reimagines Possibilities for the Community As Candidate for City Council District D

December 2, 2021

District D and the city of New Orleans have to reimagine what’s possible for our community, or risk continuing to slide backwards.  Our city’s leaders of the past have allowed our infrastructure to fall into disrepair, violent crime to rise, and funding for critical city services to be slashed. It’s time for the next generation […]


How Politically Motivated Is DA Jason Willliams’ Decision To Investigate Dryades YMCA & Singleton Charter School?

October 29, 2021

Astute New Orleanians are wondering if District Attorney Jason Williams has any ulterior motives in his decision to investigate the money dealings between the Dryades YMCA and their affiliated James M. Singleton Charter School. Brought on by Singleton Charter’s ongoing inability to operate a school where test scores are at least average, the Orleans Parish […]


Opinion: Shots Fired

October 8, 2021

Today is the very beginning of the end for the unspeakable, traumatic atrocity that victims and survivors of childhood sex abuse have experienced in the Great state of Louisiana by the Catholic Church, which is the calculated, systematic, and the horrific wholesale rape of our precious children. The victims and survivors, along with their families […]


Postponement of Election Is Good Short Term for Current Elected Officials

September 9, 2021

Today’s announcement by Louisiana Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin that our fall elections will be slightly postponed due to Hurricane Ida was expected by many political insiders. The new dates are November 13, 2021 for the primary election (previously set for October 9) and December 11, 2021 for the general election (previously set for November […]


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