In the Constitution Party of Louisiana, we have been blessed with some folks that interact with us very civilly from the so called left side of the political spectrum. On occasion I have wondered at this phenomenon and have in fact gently suggested that they might be happier with another third party if they insist […]
It started with an argument I recently got into an online argument…..well a discussion I reckon since the other party was a very nice Constitution Party member. We all know that arguments or discussions on the internet are generally the least productive types of dialog. They are the most likely to escalate over nothing. […]
What can we do to prevent the future havoc and dangers we are experiencing in the Executive Office? What have we learned and what standards must we apply for future chief executives? 1 – Lifelong character is important. We must never overlook unethical behavior in the past life of our candidates. This means that […]
JBE 2016-11 On December 14th, 2016, Louisiana 19th Judicial District judge Todd Hernandez effectively struck down a controversial Executive Order issued in July of 2016 by Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards. The Executive Order, JBE 2016-11, was titled “Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination. It created a de facto ban on discrimination and/or harassment based upon “race, […]
With President Trump and his large body of supporters tweeting and sneering about fake news and the lack of objectivity in reporting the entire concept of objective reporting as an ideal needs inspection. We have come to believe that objectivity in reporting is a golden goal by which the effectiveness and legitimacy of the press, […]
With the withdrawal of the U.S. from further discussion of the Trans Pacific Partnership trade agreement it behooves constitutional conservatives and advocates of free trade between nations to address the subject of international trade agreements and whether they are proper in principle and if so then to what extent.
As of June 23, 2016, there are 2,938,497 registered voters in Louisiana. 75.03% are registered in the five officially recognized political parties. The Democratic Party with 1,328,509 registered voters or 45.21% The Republican Party with 860,745 registered voters or 29.29% The Libertarian Party with 12,074 registered voters or .41 % The Green Party with 2,001 […]
Benjamin Franklin was among the most inventive, spry and self confident men of his day (or any since). In addition to his scientific, political and civic accomplishments, he was quite interested in the concept of moral perfection. His attitudes towards organized religion are often debated. He was raised an Episcopalian and subscribed to the Presbyterian […]