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Quin Hillyer: Social issue fights aren't about bigotry, but government compulsion

It’s not about homosexuality. It’s about the government's compulsion to serve weddings. It’s not about abortion. It’s about the government's compulsion that nuns must finance it. It’s not about the importance of “diversity and inclusion.” It’s about the government's compulsion for public university professors to pledge...
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Quin Hillyer: America's voters wisely decided both parties deserved to lose

With more than a full week’s perspective on the Nov. 8 elections, one can see the U.S. constitutional system, in a macro sense, again worked exquisitely well. The results provided rough justice (and roughly balanced) for two major parties that both failed to earn governing trust. Moreover, the final balance of power is a very good approximation of where the public, with all its conflicted and conflicting opinions, really stands.
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Friday, November 11th: Jim Engster, Quin Hillyer, Melissa Flournoy, Gwen Palagi

Talk Louisiana host Jim Engster comments on several political topics. Columnist and writer Quin Hiller is joined by chair of the Board of Louisiana Progress and founder of 10,000 Women Louisiana Melissa Flournoy to discuss several political topics including recent and upcoming elections and the candidates. BR Gallery development director Gwen Palagi talks the upcoming fundraiser event "Kinetics" today beginning at 7 p.m. For more information, visit https://www.batonrougegallery.org/.
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Quin Hillyer: Republicans with bright futures amid the doldrums

Republicans wanting some hope amid the mediocre election results should look at some high-quality people elected or reelected Tuesday who can be major political stars. In no particular order, party strategists should push the following officials (identified by the offices they will hold once they are sworn in) to the forefront:
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Wednesday, May 11th: Quin Hillyer, Sue Lincoln, Tyler Bridges

American conservative newspaper columnist and writer Quin Hillyer and journalist and reporter Sue Lincoln discuss the overturning of Roe v. Wade and the Danny McCormick bill. Journalist and author Tyler Bridges speaks on his conversation with Danny McCormick, the overturning of Roe v. Wade as well as the impact of several other upcoming bills.
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Monday, April 11th: Christopher Axelrod, Quin Hillyer, Melissa Flournoy

Dr. Christopher Axelrod of the Pennington Biomedical Research Center gives insight on a recently discovered chemical compound and its research in relation to obesity. Quin Hillyer and Melissa Flournoy discuss various political topics including the confirmation of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson as well as Senator Karen Peterson's investigation.