Tuesday, 01 March 2011 15:34
Louisiana Grant Storms, Jindal, Reid, Bill Jefferson, Tauzin, Breaux, Livingston
 

Stephen Sabludowsky--Publisher of Bayoubuzz.comA local reverend is the subject to a storm of criticism after being arrested for masturbating in public.   Bobby Jindal might not be on the campaign trail, but, he appears to be ready to give advice to future Presidential candidates hoping for a “fix”.  

Congressman William Jefferson appears to have a delay in his criminal appeals case.

Is there a delay in the possible closure of the federal government?  Might be.

And, don’t delay in making plans to see former Senator John Breaux, and Congressman Bob Livingston and Billy Tauzin at Loyola University.

 

Rev. Grant Storms apologized today in front of the media for his actions after being arrested for masturbating in public.

Storms has led the movement against gays and pornography in New Orleans.

On Tuesday, he admitted to having a problem with pornography.  He also called himself a “hypocrite”.

Jindal And The Fix

Governor Jindal has some interesting things to say when he sat down with the Fix while he was in Washington DC this week.  Among his comments referred to President Obama:  "He has hurt himself by playing it politically safe," said Jindal, adding that he was amazed at how "modest" Obama was in his budget proposal -- refusing to go after major entitlement programs or work to slash the country's debt.

"For a President who has been so bold, ambitious and purporting to be transformational, here was an opportunity to step up to the plate," said Jindal of Obama's budget, adding that the President, instead, made the "politically expedient move".

Jefferson

According to the TP, Lawrence Robbins, William Jefferson’s appellate attorney has requested that oral arguments for the Jefferson conviction appeal be delayed until September.   Robbins is suffering from cancer.

Budget Agreement--Kind Of

Sen. Harry Reid is claiming that a temporary delay in the possible shutdown in the federal government might be possible

http://voices.washingtonpost.com/2chambers/2011/03/senate_democrats_will_approve.html

Hall of Fame

It will be Louisiana’s political past as former U.S. Sen. John Breaux,  Congressmen Bob Livingston and Billy Tauzin appear on a panal at the annual Ed Renwick Lecture at 7 p.m. March 14 in Loyola University's Roussel Hall.

The lecture, which is free and open to the public. , will be moderated by WVUE-TV anchor Lee Zurik.

The event is in Roussel Hall on Loyola’s Main Campus on Monday, March 14th at 7:00pm.

Rousell is in the Music/Fine Arts Building on the corner of St. Charles and Calhoun.

by Stephen Sabludowsky

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