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Central Police Chief Will Have to Answer in Court

Central Police Chief Roger Corcoran is in a legal position like no other law enforcement official in the United States or in American history for that matter. Early in the pandemic, he boldly went into a church to arrest a pastor for the crime of holding church services.  No policeman in history has presumed to […]

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4th of July: A Time to Celebrate Our Beloved America!

Here in the Jenkins family, we love to celebrate this cherished holiday, and honestly, we feel so blessed to have been born in this great country!   So many before us have shed blood, sweat, and tears, all helping to give us the freedom we enjoy today…   My love for the United States of […]

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License Plate Readers Monitoring Entire City Raise Serious Constitutional Issues for Central

Yes, we know there are license plate reading cameras here and there on the Interstate and even a couple in the City of Central.  It’s nothing new, we are told. Some will say a citizen has no expectation of privacy on public roads. But that is not the law.  The Supreme Court has ruled law […]

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Supt. Cade Brumley, 1,000+ Parents May Have Saved Public Education in LA for a Generation

By Woody Jenkins, Editor, Central City News — Last year, when I received a call from the Louisiana Department of Education asking me to serve on the 25-member Content Standards Review Committee for Social Studies, I was happy to accept the invitation. Little did I know how important the work would be or how it might change […]

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Why History Is So Important to Me

By Woody Jenkins, Editor, Central City News — CENTRAL — I fell in love with the history of our country when at the age of 9 my parents took us on a two-week driving trip to Washington, DC. It was March 1956 and quite cold. Even though we didn’t really have the money, my dad […]

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Louisiana Freedom Fighters

By Woody Jenkins, Editor, Central City News — BATON ROUGE ––  Editor’s Note: Since March 2020, a handful of courageous Louisiana elected officials and ordinary citizens have fought the illegal, unconstitutional mask mandates and vaccine mandates of Gov. John Bel Edwards and President Joe Biden. The radical Left in the media have lionized the petty […]

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Reapportion 19th Judicial District Now!

In 2022, the Louisiana Legislature will use 2020 Census data to reapportion the legislature, Congressional districts, the PSC, BESE, and judgeships. Meanwhile, the House Committee on House & Governmental Affairs is holding hearings throughout the state.  In mid-November, they held a public hearing at Southern University.  This was my testimony: BATON ROUGE — I had […]

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Honor Those Who Paid the Price of Freedom

 I’m remembering my dad, Louis (Little Ory) Jenkins. If he were still alive, he would be 112 years old. He was born in Folsom, LA, on May 25, 1909. He grew up in Ponchatoula, where he was a star football player for Ponchatoula High School (Class of 1930) and the star shortstop for the Ponchatoula […]

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Constitutional Amendments: No. 2 Will Bite You!

Here are our recommendations on the Constitutional Amendments on the election ballot statewide in Louisiana on Saturday, November 13. CONSTITUTIONAL  AMENDMENTS Saturday, Nov. 13, 2021 No. 1 — Centralized Sales Tax Collection Statewide — All sales taxes would be collected by the State of Louisiana instead of by each parish. It sounds good, but something […]

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Absence of Facebook Deprives Americans of How They Get News: From One Another!

From Central City News… Surveys have shown that most people get their news online, especially from social media. In other words, they get their news from other Americans.   It is actually ordinary Americans informing one another about what is happening.  That source is now down. From EpochTimes… “We’re aware that some people are having […]

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