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Thursday, 24 July 2014 11:38

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With the technology and mobile playing an expanding role in the area of transit services, Louisiana Insurance Commissioner has issued this statement:

Louisiana’s Commissioner of Insurance Jim Donelon is joining a number of other states in issuing a consumer alert to potential drivers of new transportation network companies (TNCs) or rideshare services. These companies offer mobile applications (apps) that give passengers access to transportation services that are provided by people who register to serve as drivers for these networks. 

Thursday, 24 July 2014 11:27

vitter-teaOne Maness standing (Or Maness Up)

Louisiana Republican Rep. Paul Hollis, former self-funded candidate for US Senate is now in lockstep with the mainstream Republican Party.  He is supporting Bill Cassidy for the Senate spot against Democrat Mary Landrieu.  This means, the last person standing other than Mary Landrieu and Cassidy is Col. Rob Maness, the Tea Party favorite.  Maness has the supporter of speedster Sarah Palin, the one-time Alaskan Governor, VP nominee and now Indianapolis 500 “qualifier”, after her recent speeding violation.

Thursday, 24 July 2014 09:20

whiteby Lamar Parmentel, Publisher of Daily Kingfish

This has been a rough few months for ed reform beauty queen John White. Super White has often been the belle of the ball around these parts, winning praise over the years from widely diverse constituencies, from liberal education reformers in New Orleans, to conservative business elite the state over. He leads a cult of young, idealistic followers at the DOE, many of which are religiously devoted to data-driven education revolution. White’s ascension to Superintendent, with massive infusions of money to swing BESE races in his favor in 2011 (including hundreds of thousands of Bloomberg money to elect pro-White BESE members, as chronological at this anti-Common Core blog) has been swift. His fall might be swifter.

Thursday, 24 July 2014 08:43

prisonby Jim Brown

There is a reason the death penalty is rarely enforced anymore, particularly in the federal judicial system.  Too many innocent victims are being convicted, based on cover-ups and the withholding of exculpatory evidence by some federal and state prosecutors.  A recent study published in the National Academy of Sciences concludes that some 4.1 percent of inmates on death row are innocent.  More than four percent.  If that were the rate of airplanes crashing, would you fly? 

Wednesday, 23 July 2014 12:42

 

putinby Ron Chapman

A very tragic event occurred this past week when a Malaysian commercial airliner was mistakenly shot down by a military rocket. A lot of questions about this event remain, and entirely too much propaganda is being disseminated. It appears there is an effort to craft this tragic event for political advantage.

 

GNO Inc's Michael Hecht stokes New Orleans region rapid acceleration


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