Monday, 29 October 2012 07:21
Romney, Obama, elections are Politics with a Punch focus in New Orleans, Thursday

kickboxIt happens only one time every four years and it’s now here, again.
Yes, pre-presidential elections’ Politics with a Punch, that is.


Politics with a Punch is held monthly on stage before a live audience. It is a local version of “Politically Incorrect.” It is a fast-paced, free-wheeling, no-holds barred discussion of what is happening in New Orleans area, in the state and nation.
Now, in its 11th year, some of the top political, business, comedic, media and entertainment talent in Louisiana have joined the panel where they enjoyed poking fun at the unique and colorful world of Louisiana politics.


For this special Election Extravaganza, we have picked an outstanding panel with some of our favorite all-stars plus some exciting newcomers. Check out our exceptional line-up of celebrities:

Bill Dykes, Comedian, Lunatic Hovering on the Fringe
Stephen Handwerk, Executive Director of LA Democratic Party
Skip Guidry, Comedy Show Headliner
Jim Miller, Former Executive VP of New Orleans Saints
Newell Normand, Sheriff of Jefferson Parish
Roger Villere, Chairman of Louisiana Republican Party
Rachel Wulff, News Anchor, WDSU-TV Channel 6

On our star studded show, we’ll cover all of the major issues and controversies of the day in a light hearted and humorous manner with our unique Politics with a Punch style.

We’ll discuss….Presidential race, the debates, the polls and the issues. Who called out his opponent as “BS” artist? Do ads which compare first time voting to losing virginity work? Stars come out for candidates: Clint, Bruce, Katy and Stacy Dash to name a few. Will the Libyan scandal become a bigger issue? What will be the impact of Hurricane Sandy? Jindal continues to cut and run as legislators decide no special session; Council races pit Landrieu against Head; Madonna booed in New Orleans for talking politics; Billy Nungesser receives federal subpoena; Saints continue collapse, can season be saved? Mono-brow and teammates begin Hornets season. Along with more great topics, as always, it will be a Prime Time for Punch!
“Punch” is its 11th Season on stage in New Orleans. The next program will be held at the beautiful Eiffel Society, 2040 St. Charles Avenue. This outstanding venue offers plenty of available parking, a superb staff and tremendous for Punch patrons. It has been recently renovated and looks exceptional.
The event is hosted by local talk show host and commentator Jeff Crouere. It is co-produced by Steve Sabludowsky, publisher of, who co-founded the event with Crouere.
Tickets are only $20.00 per person/$35.00 per couple and can be purchased at the door. Discount tickets are also available for only $15.00 per person/$25.00 per couple and are available on-line at
For ticket reservations or for more information, contact Jeff Crouere at #504-669-6076 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">

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