Letters to the editor
We all know that Obamacare divides Sen. Mary Landrieu from her Republican opponents.
The senior citizens of Louisiana deserve their own Department of Elderly Affairs.
Since President Obama and his administration have lead our country into big government, do you still feel safe?
Terrebonne and Lafourche parishes are the heart of Louisiana's energy and fisheries industries.
Community hospitals stand ready to treat patients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Hospitals provide a safe haven for Louisiana's sick at their most vulnerable and life-threatening moments.
As Louisiana's insurance commissioner, I wanted to take a moment to share my concerns about the rising cost of health insurance facing individuals, families and businesses.
Political ads by Congressman Bill Cassidy want us to believe that President Obama is on the ballot for Senate. He will be out of office in two years, but Louisiana will still need a senator with the dedication, passion, leadership, tenure and the...
Previous Letters to the editor
- Don't fall for fear-mongering
- Don't support Mary Landrieu
- No one should vote for Edwards
- Avoiding meat is easier, safer
- Group opposes Amendment 1
- Amendment is bad for Louisiana
- Vote against Amendment 1
- Voters can right a wrong
- Support veterans by voting Nov. 4
- Congratulations to CVS Pharmacy
- Think while in the voting booth
- Fair tax would be a stimulus
- Change is necessary
- The local heroes in the shadows
- We have a tool America can use
- Meeting the challenge
- Please support U.S. veterans
- What a confused country we have
- Find out more about convention
- Council going in wrong direction
- Laws can help victims of violence
- Thank you for the kindness
- Family thanks the community
- Celebrate the U.S. Constitution
- Fair tax is being underestimated
- Homelessness is a problem
- Common Core is not needed
- Column was wrong again
- Foreign policy of procrastination
- Obama alone on immigration