LONG GONE: Ninth Street in its heyday.
Little Rock These days planners and speculators would be hard pressed to imagine that they could figure out a way to easily intersect cities with ribbons of concrete dividing rich, poor, black and white, which is not to say there aren’t some still trying, but the public purposes [...]
New Orleans It’s only a matter of time before someone sues James O’Keefe, the video scammer, for false advertising to prevent him from calling his operation Project Veritas, since veritas means truth in Latin, and he has no clue what that is.
O’Keefe’s latest tempest in a teapot had been his accusations against the Battleground Texas voter [...]
New Orleans The Workers Independent News has been around a long time, pushing on a couple of decades. Supported by unions and heard on about 175 radio stations around the country, including soon on the KABF Labor Show produced by Local 100 of the United Labor Unions, WIN is widely recognized for its value in [...]
New Orleans Over the last couple of weeks I have flown to England, Scotland, and Canada, and as I write this I’m packing for twelve days in Delhi, Bengaluru, and Mumbai, India. I don’t fly as much as I once did, when sometimes I was on the road 60% of the time. I get to [...]
Dallas With the results of the recent primary elections in Texas, perhaps it is time to look at the progress of Battleground Texas and the notion of “turning Texas blue,” as the Democrats call it.
The hope in a nutshell is essentially that “demographics are destiny.” Robert Draper in the Texas Monthly summed [...]