With his National Anthem protest, San Francisco 49ers reserve Quarterback Colin Kaepernick started a national movement. Not only have other NFL players emulated Kaepernick, but athletes in other sports have joined in the protest as well.
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A large delegation of governmental leaders including Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards and an Obama cabinet official are going to Cuba.
Below is a press release from the Governor's office:
Gov. John Bel Edwards will lead a Louisiana trade mission to Cuba next week, setting the stage for greater economic and cultural exchanges between the Caribbean nation and its leading trade partner among U.S. states. Louisiana Agriculture and Forestry Commissioner Mike Strain, Louisiana Economic Development Secretary Don Pierson and Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development Secretary Shawn Wilson will join Governor Edwards and approximately 50 other state, regional, local, educational and private business leaders on the mission.
Polls, polls, polls…
Political campaigns would be impossible without them. However, because there is always a debate about the credibility of one poll compared to another, campaign prognostication becomes more speculation that reality. Polls are also a snapshot in time, not a projection.
The debate over online polls versus scientific polls might rage on in the minds of Donald Trump and some of his supporters, but, according to some recent post-debate numbers, Hillary Clinton has emerged the victor of Monday night’s debate.
The CNN and NBC Survey Monkey polls have Clinton has the clear and decisive winner of the debate.