Thursday afternoon, Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon announced the issuance of an Emergency Rule which allows greater protection and flexibility for policyholders impacted by recent flooding. The action taken by Commissioner Donelon was authorized by Governor John Bel Edwards’ Executive Order 2016-58 granting the Commissioner temporary authority to implement emergency insurance rules.
Forgive me if I have problems seeing the true, the REAL Donald Trump.
I thought I had a vivid impression of him. His face, his demeanor his philosophy, his political strategy seemed so clear.
Until this week. Now, he is a fog of an image.
Yesterday, Donald Trump suddenly read via teleprompter that he has regrets for words he has used during the campaign. Yet, he has not told us which words he regrets.
Does he have regrets telling his critics that they are lying about his promoting racists tweets, and one in particular, a Jewish star with a cache of cash in back of Hillary Clinton?
The Great Flood of 2016 has devastated 40,000 homes across the state of Louisiana. Sadly, 13 people have lost their lives in this historic storm, which produced up to 31 inches of rainfall in some areas over the course of four days. This is more rainfall that Los Angeles experiences . It was a storm that was so intense that it only happens once every one thousand years.
Amid the growing outrage of many in Louisiana that President Barack Obama has not made a formal statement to sooth their pain from the horrible flood that has destroyed tens of thousands of homes, the White House has released this report of the President's actions and those of the White House:
The Louisiana Flood crisis could be more serious than our trying to rebuild our homes, businesses and maintaining our collective sanities.
The United States debt is approaching 20 billion. Louisiana treasury is bone dry. Taxes is not an option.