Texans coach Gary Kubiak indicated that RB Avian Foster's (hamstring, questionable) status for the Saints game will be determined in "a little workout before the game." Foster said his hamstring "feels like its gone" but the Texans could hold him out because Ben Tate is just as good an option and Houston doesn't need another setback...
Saints defensive coordinator Gegg Williams is confidant that Jo-Lonn Dunbar can handle middle linebacker if Jonathan Vilma is unable to play on Sunday against the Texans. Williams also talked about how he likes the way defensive end Junior Galette and free safety Addul Ouddus are playing.
There is no debate. The Internet is continuing to dominate Louisiana elections.
This domination is even more evident today as political e-mails and press releases fly into the inboxes. Moments ago, the Dardenne campaign sent out a statement by campaign presser, Jason Hebert who took on fellow Republican Billy Nungesser. The latter is challenging the incumbent Dardenne for the Lt. Governor’s spot. The issue is whether Nungesser is running away from debates.
It was almost like watching a scene in a B-grade monster movie. Just before being attacked by the monster mutant, the victim empties his revolver into the beast and then, in one last futile gesture, throws the gun at the creature before being devoured. That scene captures the plight of Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke as he announced the Fed’s latest attempt to jumpstart the sluggish U.S. economy. The new gambit is far weaker than Bernanke’s previous initiatives, which centered upon maintaining artificially low interest rates for extended periods and “quantitative easing”— the practice of rapidly expanding the money supply in an attempt to bolster the stock market and facilitate lending.
In this segment of the Alliance For Good Government forum Tuesday night, the candidates for Louisiana Lt. Governor Plaquemines Parish President Billy Nungesser and incumbent Jay Dardenne were asked if elected what would be the one thing they would like to accomplish over the next four years
After several lackluster debate performances, it is clear that Texas Governor Rick Perry is not ready for prime time.
In the Fox News debate last night, Perry once again seemed unprepared and unpolished. To his critics who disagree with his position on providing in-state tuition for children of illegal immigrants, Perry said “I don’t think you have a heart.” This whopper insulted millions of Americans who do not want their tax dollars being spent on illegal immigrants. Perry does not seem to understand that lavishing state benefits on people who cross our border illegally just encourages more people to flood into this country from