Lessons we must learn from Election 2016

We'll (hopefully) know who won the Presidential election late Tuesday. Regardless of who wins, the nation must learn some of the lessons that have come out in this election. Three of them are old items that were highlighted this year. Two aren't exactly new, but they definitely hit peak importance as a result of this … Continue reading Lessons we must learn from Election 2016

Report from Louisiana: the Home Stretch

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – It is almost over. The voting part of this, anyway. The divisiveness and hostility we have developed for each other will probably linger, sadly. Some observations going into Election Day 2016: In Louisiana over half a million voters turned out for early voting which surpasses the record set in 2012 … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: the Home Stretch

Three People Bearing the Gift of Pre-Election Perspective

Barring a 2nd Bush Gore event or a 269-269 tie by this time Wednesday we will know the results of this election and the direction this country is going. This is an important thing and I don't minimize for one moment how important it is but I want to tell you about three things that … Continue reading Three People Bearing the Gift of Pre-Election Perspective