Commentary

7:35am

Tue January 14, 2014
Commentary

History Matters: Perception of Native Americans shaped early on

Commentator Gary Joiner discusses the image of Native Americans as they are shaped by teachers of history and others outside tribal communities.

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7:35am

Fri January 10, 2014
Commentary

Gary Borders: Exercising electronic discipline could shorten a desk worker's day

There are myriad ways for workers to kill time when they're on the clock. But commentator Gary Borders contends if all electronic distractions were eliminated, a day in the cubicle could be shortened because the daily to-do list would be completed in well under eight hours. Any bosses on board? Anyone?

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7:35am

Thu January 9, 2014
Commentary

What Was I Thinking for January 9, 2014

Commentator Brian O'Nuanain's love for his dog Rusty takes him on some stomach churning chores, but love wins out.

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7:35am

Tue January 7, 2014
Commentary

History Matters: Shreveporters honor a Doolittle Raider, but who were they?

Doolittle's Raiders made history during World War II as they flew over the Japanese Home Islands to attack targets in Tokyo and other cities. Retired Col. Richard Cole, 98, was co-pilot to Lt. Colonel Jimmy Doolittle, and was in Shreveport last week to receive the Spirit of Independence Award. Commentator Gary Joiner visited with Cole and fills in the history of Doolittle's dangerous mission. 

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7:35am

Fri January 3, 2014
Commentary

Gary Borders: It's time to make a toast to glasses

Commentator Gary Borders recalls the first time he saw the world in focus. A half century ago, he became a fixture in the four-eyes club and has long appreciated his bespectacled existence.

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