Letters to the editor

  • Britain's decision makes good sense

    The British vote to leave the EU (Brexit) stunned many countries. Leaders could not understand the vote.

  • One of Lafourche's finest passes on

    Aaron E.L. Caillouet, one of the finest residents of Lafourche Parish, died on June 19.

  • Cruelty goes beyond dog-meat festival

    The Yulin dog-meat festival is condemned internationally and by many people in China itself — and rightly so. For most of us, the idea of killing, cooking, and eating dogs — the same animals we consider family — is repulsive.

  • I don't understand the situation in Baton Rouge

    I'm a rather simple person. I look at the fiscal mess that we have allowed to be created in our great state because we keep sending the same idiots back to fix the mess they created.

  • Help us recognize police officers

    At a time when so much negative attention is focused on a few depraved members of law enforcement, it is important for us to remember that the vast majority of law enforcement officers are kind, decent individuals who have dedicated their lives to...

  • Parents are mourning and heartbroken

    I feel obligated to try and help people understand how forgetting a child in a car seat could happen to good, responsible, God loving people, and not be so quick to judge.

  • What if Congress were attacked?

    The killing of innocent human beings by lone-wolf gunmen happens so frequently that it has become part of the fabric in America’s everyday life.