• Taxpayers in Louisiana only get 14 cents back for every dollar they spend luring Hollywood movie-makers to film in the state, according to the Mississippi Center for Public Policy.
• Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries agents bust a Rayville man for breaking the rules when it comes hunting deer, according to The Louisiana Sportsman.
• Louisiana had a big drop in food stamp users, according to new data.
• The downsizing at Gannett is so bad that the editor of the main newspaper in Montgomery, ALABAMA will step in to help oversee operations at The Shreveport Times, The Monroe News Star, and Gannett’s other newspapers in Lafayette,, Alexandria and Opelousas. This, according to Friday’s Shreveport Times.
• Race-hustler and devout leftist Tim Wise goes off on a tangent about the Covington Catholic High School students and white privilege, per Salon.com. Louisiana Tech, of course, invited Wise to speak on campus two and a half years ago. School officials had to bribe students with extra credit to get them to attend.
• Republican Congressman Ralph Abraham says in The Hayride that John Bel Edwards’ policies are hurting the state’s business prospects.
• The Hayride also says the new mayor of Shreveport already wants to raise taxes.
• The Claiborne Parish Library’s Facebook page describes a daring bank robbery that took place in Haynesville 87 years ago.
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