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01/25/2016

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××Please Share WAKE UP LOUISIANA AND AMERICA: #FreeWayneBryant These five Louisiana Supreme Court Justices have an African American man, Wayne Bryant, spending life in prison for taking hedge clippers based on antiquated slave laws or " pig laws." He has been in prison for 20 years and they denied his appeal. These Judges should be impeached or recalled in accordance with Louisiana laws. The process should start immediately and protests should occur daily to free WAYNE BRYANT! #FeeeWayneBryant
Hard to believe you are not here anymore; 1 year on Nov.13th. Family misses you; and believe it or not.. your friends miss the mischief you caused in their lives! Oudy Lemoine! Nov. 10,1937-Nov.13,2016
Remembering Vietnam I belong to a generation who was mercifully young enough to miss the flood of Vietnam but old enough to get caught in its wake. As a student of history, it seems to me that of all our nation’s heroes that never received their fair share of appreciation, it was the returning Vietnam veterans and the 58,000 plus service personnel that perished in that war. Published in the "Avoyelles Journal" shortly after Memorial Day 2017and credited to the paper's staff, this brief article hit the nail on the head. "Some say Vietnam was a dark blot on our nation's history. We say the real "dark blot on our nation's history" was the hatred expressed by protester-- a hatred possibly more intense than that of the Viet Cong who fought our men in that war."