Wednesday, September 1, 2021 … 7:00 P.M.
I write to report on two subjects I continue to research. I believe you and other responsible Shreveporters will likely see the data more than merely interesting. At issue are …
… the now-official 2020
Posted 12:03pm - 4-11-21
A few days ago, I wrote and posted my final article on Facebook. Here it is for those who may have missed it:
Many of you contacted me after that article, and your very kind words mean more
Monday, April 5, 2021 … 11:00 A.M.
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This article will be posted on RealShreveport.com for any who care to read it there. As always, I thank that website’s owner and sponsor, Will Broyles, for
As some readers know, I have been promising myself a long vacation - a sabbatical, I call it – for years. Somehow, I never managed to do it.
It was eight years ago that I began writing / posting these articles
I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR SHREVEPORT’S POPULATION DIVE
Late last evening, a person posing as a new FB “Friend” used his moments on my page to chastise me for my recent use of the term “the Shreveport exodus” in one of these articles.
As many readers know, I began
U. S. SENATOR JOHN KENNEDY'S LOUD APPEAL TO LOUISIANANS!
I hope everyone in Louisiana (and elsewhere) fully understands this. If not, we’d better educate ourselves and others.
Our friend U. S. Senator John Kennedy is all over this, especially including his new U. S. Senate bill filed yesterday. There is
HOMELAND SECURITY SLAP IN THE FACE / OH YEAH, TALIAFERRO
To open, let me (very) quickly acknowledge the no-news announcement by Caddo Commissioner Jim Taliaferro that he will yet again run for Mayor of Shreveport … yep, in two years … by which time many who are reading this piece
I want to thank everyone who has contacted me about the "sudden" decision by City of Shreveport officials to withdraw consideration of the $207,000,000 bond issue.
For those who do not know, Mayor Perkins made that decision "official" earlier today.
SHREVEPORT’S BOND ISSUE FROM HELL: COUNCIL VOTE LOOMS
It was just over a year ago – November 16, 2019 – when Shreveporters went to the polls to say “NO” to Mayor Adrian Perkins’ attempted, whopping $188,000,000 bond issue.
It was, after all, unthinkable for any city in Shreveport’s on-the-ropes
It is a not-at-all funny fact that in yesterday’s City Council meeting, Mayor Adrian Perkins tried to sneak through a vote on his proposed – and whopping! – $207,000,000 bond issue.
Instead, his stinking attempt was exposed.
Regardless, there is NO mention