As New Orleans braces for its magnificent holiday season followed by the mega-extravangzas of Sugar Bowl, Mardi Gras and this year, the super of the super, the NFL Super Bowl, there is one question on the mind of many tourists: How is the New Orleans city and region economy doing since it is now seven Christmases ago from the season following Hurricane Katrina?
It’s getting to feel more like Christmas, Christmas Punch, that is, in New Orleans.
Politics with a Punch, which is now over ten years old and a decade of poking fun at Louisiana politics is ready to take on the zany and loony issues facing us during the season of Christmas 2012 in Louisiana's version of Politically Incorrect.
With the end of the election season many people were hopeful that the politicking would cease, and the process of governing would begin.
Make no mistake about it - Judge Tim Kelley’s opinion on Friday that the statewide voucher program, the signature achievement of Governor Bobby Jindal’s second term thus far, violates the Louisiana Constitution delivered a significant legal as well as political setback to the administration.
With the fiscal cliff in our backyard, do the voters want to cut spending, entitlments or both?