As a mechanic/Marine used to say, “Surprise, surprise, surprise:” Gov. John Bel Edwards’ office won’t have to lay off staffers after all. And the credibility gap attached to the Democrat’s rhetoric continues to grow.
As the New Orleans Saints now begins its 10th year since returning back to the city after the devastations of Hurricane Katrina, there are few people who will long be remembered as a symbol of resilience, defiance and determination as one man, Arnie Fielkow.
After the 2005 hurricane, the Superdome was not usable, the team had to relocate for the upcoming season. The owner Tom Benson, at the time, expressed interest in moving the team.
The turnout for a special funeral was a sight to see. Hundreds of motorcycles and police vehicles from all over the nation were lined up to honor a fallen hero in Baton Rouge. Police officer Montrell Jackson was laid to rest as several thousand mourners, black and white, joined to pay tribute to a cop on his beat who was killed in the line of duty.
Do you think American society is a Nazi society?
Astrid Silva does.
Do you think American laws are enforced by Nazi Gestapo-like officials?
NBA All Star game, pro-basketball alumni and of course, New Orleans and more….
Today, former New Orleans Saint top executive, ex-New Orleans Council President and current President and CEO of the National Basketball Retired Players Association, Arnie Fielkow, will discuss these and other issues in a Facebook Live event hosted by Bayoubuzz Publisher, Stephen Sabludowsky.