Your Next $7,000 a Month Home

September 25, 2021

It’s no secret that both millennials and Generation Z have been looking forward to the housing market going down, with some even openly hoping that it crashes outright. That or the lottery may be their only chance of owning a home. High cost of home ownership, construction costs, and increasing rental prices in the United […]

Louisiana State Police Superintendent Offers Reforms Following Robert Greene’s Death; Congressman Troy Carter Not Satisfied

September 11, 2021

In a recent news conference, Louisiana State Police Superintendent Colonel Lamar A. Davis, a Black man himself, discussed police reforms, directly addressing Ronald Greene’s death and Lieutenant John Clary, one of the officers on the scene of Greene’s death. Besides the death of Greene, two more incidents bear notice. In May, 2019, Aaron Larry Bowman […]

The Flight of the Free

August 3, 2021

Welcome aboard TWA Freedom Flight 669. Here at Trash Weasel Airlines, we aim to make this the free-est flight available. We live or die (just kidding, because we can!) by our company’s motto, “Freedom at any Cost.” Here at Trash Weasel Airlines, we encourage you to wear your masks, but we don’t require you to. […]

Louisiana Transgender Student Atheletes’ Rights Under Attack Again; Lege Threatens Veto Session

June 25, 2021

Once again, the Louisiana legislature is threatening the rights of transgender students in sports. On Tuesday, Governor John Bel Edwards struck down a bipartisan bill, SB 156, the “Fairness in Women’s Sports Act.” Nevertheless, the legislature has decided not to give up, instead indicating that they may convene a legislative session just to override the […]

The Raso Report: Save a Cigarette, Smoke Some Broccoli

May 28, 2021

In a tense video that Big Easy Magazine is definitely not making up, Louisiana state Senator Karen Carter Peterson became annoyed when a man testifying regarding taxation compared nicotine in smokeless tobacco products to that of broccoli, which, it turns out, also has nicotine. Who knew? State Senator Karen Carter Peterson, that’s who. But she […]

Big Easy Movie Reviews: Mortal Kombat

May 3, 2021

Ignore the haters and enjoy this film for what it is. I’m biased. Every day after school, my best friend and I would go to his house and play Mortal Kombat 3. It was sublime. We would challenge each other to learn new combos, new fatalities, and beat harder fighters and bosses—that is, when we […]

President of Women’s Republican Club of New Orleans Touts Biblical Positives of Slavery

May 2, 2021

Martha Henderson Huckabay, President of the Women’s Republican Club of New Orleans, was previously in Big Easy Magazine’s spotlight for warning of “nanobytes” in COVID vaccines. Huckabay has once more garnered attention by defending the institution of slavery, by weighing into a discussion between State Representative Raymond Garofalo (R-Chalmette) and State Representative Stephanie Hilferty (R-Metairie). […]

Want to Pay $300 or More to Have Your Grass Cut? The City Will Help

April 15, 2021

In a press release sent out on April 14th, Mayor LaToya Cantrell’s office notified property owners, especially those with vacant properties, to keep their property in appropriate shape. According to the release, “If property owners do not take appropriate steps, the City is stepping up enforcement of grass and debris violations on private property and […]

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