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Louisiana Flooding
Thursday, August 25th, 2016 Baton Rouge, Louisiana NONSTOP TRAGEDIES IN LOUISIANA! An old out-of-state friend called to touch base, and asked, “how are y’all doing down there?” I told him we were hanging in there, in spite of what seems to be one confrontation and tragedy after another. Of course you have to be optimistic...
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Thursday, March 27th, 2014 Baton Rouge, Louisiana  POLITICIANS GIVE FALSE HOPE ON FLOOD INSURANCE RATES! Louisiana’s congressional members of both parties were throwing cheers and high fives. They had done it.  They had put an end to the proposed outrageous flood insurance rates. “I’m very proud,” beamed democratic Senator Mary Landrieu.  Her challenger in the coming...
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Thursday, May 12th, 2011 New Orleans, Louisiana LOUISIANA AND THE SOUTH UNDER SIEGE BY MISSISSIPPI RIVER! Randy Newman’s song, Louisiana 1927, hit home to many residents up and down the Mississippi river this week. He was singing about the 1927 flood, where more than 23,000 square miles were inundated, hundreds of people died, and hundreds...
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