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Florence Hunt’s rice and gravy was always better. Richer and thicker. Stick-to-the-ribs good. I didn’t know why at the time.
In spite of a few parsimonious partisans, Lafayette residents recognize that government revenue — yes, taxes — is necessary for the greater good.
We can clearly see where the stress fracture on the CPC is located, and it’s not between the donkeys and the elephants, it’s between common sense and pandering.
UL Lafayette has kicked up a storm cloud with its LGBT Studies program. Why the fuss?
Damn proud of my alma mater these days. Prouder than I’ve ever been of its success in athletics; prouder even than when I strutted out of the Cajundome with undergrad and graduate degrees from UL Lafayette in 1990 and ’95.
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