Thursday, 13 October 2011 11:02
ShockeySaints safety Roman Harper won't verbally apologize for starting a fracas with Panthers receiver Steve Smith last week, but Harper will have to financially apologize financially to the. ESPN's Adam Scheft passes along through PFT.com that Harper was fined $15,000 for starting the melee.
Thursday, 13 October 2011 10:55

Louisiana electionsWith only days left in our election, surprises are hard to find:


With less than two weeks remaining before the Oct. 22 primary, Gov. Bobby Jindal has roughly $6 million to spend on his re-election bid.

Looks like lots of people are happy to bet on a sure thing. More interesting is the race for the number 2 job. In the only recent public poll, Jay Dardenne was destroying Billy Nungesser 40-27:

Thursday, 13 October 2011 10:40

PerryShould the law allow costly, private fundraisers for presidential candidates to be closed to the press and proceed unpublicized to the public, even though campaign contributions are reportable to the federal government by law and invitations went out to both state and federal officials:?
    That was the big question recently when Fax-Net was funneled a copy of an invitation to a local  fundraiser Sept. 24 for then-leading Republican presidential candidate Gov. Rick Perry of Texas at the home of William A. Robinson at 830 Ockley Drive in Shreveport.

Thursday, 13 October 2011 09:47

Can Tampa Bay Buccanneers overcome a stinging defeat from the hands of the San Francisco 49’ers by beating division rival and NFL powerhouse New Orleans Saints?

Yes, powerhouse.  The Saints are second in the SI.com Power Poll behind Green Bay.  They are 4-1 entering into this Sunday’s game.  Although the Bucs took a real pounding against the 49’ers on Sunday, in recent years, the team has fared well against New Orleans.

Thursday, 13 October 2011 08:28

corexitfunny that the international media at the cannes film festival got to know more details of the inner workings and corruption at the core of the BP gulf oil disaster than those of us who’ve endured it. but this Friday that score will be corrected, twice.

the north american premiere of the internationally acclaimed documentary “The Big Fix” reveals the powerful and incestuous relationship between government and global corporations that put profits before the health and safety of louisiana citizens, not to mention the devastation to the coastal environment.


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