Commentary

7:45am

Thu January 29, 2015
Commentary

What Was I Thinking for January 29, 2015

Brian O'Nuanian

Post Hoc Ergo Proctor Hoc ... If you're not sure what it means listen to Commentator Brian O'Nuanain as he explains.

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7:45am

Tue January 27, 2015
Commentary

History Matters: Prohibition in America brought unexpected changes

Panola College in Carthage, Texas, opens a traveling exhibit Wednesday on the Prohibition era. 

  Commentator Gary Joiner provides an overview of this tumultuous time in American history.

Panola College in Carthage, Texas, opens a traveling exhibit tomorrow on the prohibition era. Commentator Gary Joiner is here to discuss this tumultuous time in American history.

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7:45am

Fri January 23, 2015
Commentary

Gary Borders: National WWII Museum in New Orleans keeps history alive

Credit Gary Borders

A gray-haired man stands inside the entrance to the U.S. Freedom Pavilion of the National World War II Museum, located on the corner of Magazine Street and Andrews Higgins Boulevard, in the Warehouse District of New Orleans.

The man at the museum is clearly a veteran, judging from the ballcap he wears identifying his military outfit. He is a volunteer here, and I thank him for his service, as I wait for my wife and daughter to join me.

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7:35am

Thu January 22, 2015
Commentary

What Was I Thinking for January 22, 2015

Brian O'Nuanain

Commentator Brian O'Nuanain joins again this morning and delves deeper into his personal political philosophy.

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7:45am

Tue January 20, 2015
Commentary

History Matters: O.Winston Link's photographs documented steam locomotion and Louisiana life

O. Winston Link, "Girl Eating Honeycomb, Donaldsonville, LA," 1937. Copyright W. Conway Link.

Centenary College's Meadows Museum of Art features a photography retrospective, “Images of Excellence: The O. Winston Link Centennial,” running through Jan. 31. The photographer's son, Shreveport resident W. Conway Link, helped curate the exhibit. It features more than 50 black and white photographs, including three large bodies of Link's work—his Louisiana series, his commercial photography, and his steam locomotive series. Commentator Gary Joiner explains who was O. Winston Link.

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