The Trump-Ryan healthcare legislation is in jeopardy. According to reports, the vote will take place today at 3:30 PM.
On March 16, a 14-year old girl was allegedly raped by two illegal aliens in a high school bathroom in Rockville, Maryland. One of the alleged rapists, Henry Sanchez-Milian, is an adult, 18 years old, while the other suspect, Jose O. Montano, is 17-years old. They have been charged with first-degree rape, two counts of first-degree sexual offense for allegedly dragging the young girl into the boy’s bathroom, sexually assaulting her and forcing her to perform sexual acts.
Today, the future could be somewhat bright for the Donald Trump administration should the so-called Obamacare repeal and replacement legislation be approved by the House of Representatives.
At the time of this writing, the legislation might not be on its deathbed, but, it’s certainly in intensive care.
Great timing, referenced Michael Hecht in his email this morning promoting more good news. Hecht is president of GNO Inc, the Economic Development organization representing New Orleans, the River Parishes.
The publication Smart Asset rates the city--first in tech jobs growth and fifth in "Tech for Women".
Why great timing?
Today is the last day of Entrepreneurship Week. In less than two months, a major technology event hosted by New Orleans named Collision Conference.
Another year, another record or two for New Orleans tourism.
According to statistics released today, 2016 was a banner year for the city, which has been on a roll since the Hurricane Katrina devastation.
The biggest local political election in 2017 will be the race for Mayor of New Orleans. The qualifying period is from July 12-14 and the primary election will be held on October 14.
Much is being written about Donald Trump’s approval ratings.
According to a recent Gallup Poll, Trump’s job approval ratings hovers at 40% and Quinnepac poll at 37%, the lowest by a new President so early during an administration in polling history.
One of Donald Trump’s strong suits is the claim he is pro-business. He has also reached out to the technology community with a gathering of technology leaders and has created an advisory board of these top techies to help guide his administration.
The 34th President of the United States was born 100 hundred years ago. John F. Kennedy captured the hearts of the American people like no other president, before or since. And from the first stirrings of his efforts to become president, to events that took place after his death, my home state of Louisiana held a special place in the Kennedy legacy.
John Kennedy’s first foray in building Louisiana relationships began in 1956, during the then young senator’s efforts to become the vice presidential candidate on the Adlai Stevenson ticket. Stevenson had promised the VP spot to Tennessee Senator Estes Kefauver but didn’t want to offend the Kennedy patriarch, Joseph Kennedy. So he threw the nomination open to the convention floor.
“Witnessing Insanity” is a fitting title for one of the dozens of books that are going to be written about Donald J. Trump’s detour into Washington. On the same day Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch answered questions about his role in Bush-era torture, a new sideshow rocked the Capitol. This one was started, big surprise, by a frantic Trump partisan.
Think about it. Is the country going mad? What are our friends and allies going to think?
The Chairman of the House intelligence committee. in the middle of a criminal investigation involving the President of the United States. announces during a press conference that there has been a conversation captured of the President (Donald Trump) and other members of the transition team. During the presser, the Chairman then discloses and he is going to the FBI and then the White House to discuss the matter.
It shouldn’t be a surprise that Louisiana has endured adverse credit rating changes since Democrat Gov. John Bel Edwards assumed office, completing a downgrade trifecta last week.