by Stephen Waguespack, President and CEO of Louisiana Association of Business and Industry
Louisiana is on the road to progress, but has suddenly come to a crossroads.
Whether it ends up a tipping point for the remainder of Louisiana, at the very least the moderate-ranging smoking ban to begin in New Orleans this spring is significant.
by Lou Gehrig Burnett, publisher of Fax-Net
Are you ready for some polls?
As expected, polls are beginning to pop up everywhere for races in Louisiana in 2015. The main interest is, of course, in the governor’s race.
But also getting attention is the Attorney General’s race as well as a race for the U.S. Senate should Republican U.S. Sen. David Vitter get elected governor.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has a full day tomorrow as he and LSU readies for the controversial, The Response.
Jindal will attend and speak at "The Response" at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center by leading the opening prayer, will speak at the Right to Life March at the LSU Greek Theatre and then will return to "The Response" for the remainder of the event where he will speak twice, the last, leading a closing prayer.
Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal continued the PR machine as it circulated via email an article from Breitbart entitled, “NATIONAL SECURITY, CONSERVATIVE LEADERS PRAise BOBBY JINDAL FOR STANDING UP TO SHARIA LAW”.