Monday, 29 November 2010 15:23
Louisiana: Jindals' And Palin's Books, New Orleans Small Business Summit, State Budget

Thanksgiving has passed and our focus takes us to the battle of the books with Governor Bobby Jindal, Mrs. Jindal and Sarah Palin sporting new books. Also, some items related to the Louisiana budget, unemployment and a a Small Business Summit sponsored by Mayor Mitch Landrieu and the City of New Orleans.  

Here’s some items you  


“Used to getting its way with state lawmakers, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration has been smacked with a reminder that budget negotiations might take a bit more nuance with the types of hefty cuts looming.”

Analysis: La. lawmakers strike independent chord

“If Gov. Jindal is out trying to get fiscally conservative citizens into national politics, I would consider him a statesman, not one shirking his duties. Louisiana is but one compartment on the ship of state. If the ship sinks, we go down with it, even if we have the best schools in the country.”

Letter: Jindal's travel, education cuts


Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal will charge supporters $5,000 for a duck hunting fundraiser.

For $5,000 per person, guests will also enjoy a “camaraderie/social” dinner and brunch following the hunt. Jindal is shown here with one of his fellow duck hunters.

Gov. Bobby Jindal: $5000 for duck hunting


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Supriya Jindal Foundation

Today,First Lady Supriya Jindal held a book signing for “Louisiana Governor’s Mansion: Our Treasured Home” at Walmart in Covington. The book, illustrated by Louisianian Torie Holeman, describes hidden treasures found at the Mansion by Mrs. Jindal's three children.  All of the proceeds from the sale of this book will benefit The Supriya Jindal Foundation for Louisiana’s Children. The book is available for sale at Walmart locations across Louisiana and at the Governor’s Mansion. 


Unemployment: The latest Unemployment Insurance (UI) claims files from the Louisiana Workforce Commission (LWC):  Initial UI claims for the week ending November 20, 2010, increased to 4,293 from 4,041 for the week ending November 13, 2010.  Continued UI weeks claimed for the week ending November 20, 2010, increased to 48,626 from the previous week's total of 48,436.  

Landrieu and Small Business Summit
New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu will hold the first summit on economic opportunities for local businesses, “People of New Orleans Rebuilding New Orleans” tomorrow at the Marriott Hotel.  The summit will focus on results-oriented business education for current small business owners. {sidebar id=4} 


Mayor Landrieu remarked, “This summit is an opportunity for our businesses to learn about the major capitol programs that are moving forward in the City of New Orleans. This summit is about creating jobs, putting people back to work, and economic prosperity for all New Orleanians.”


Registration is available at   Residents and businesses can also register on-site beginning at 8am.


Gov. Bobby Jindal has prepared campuses to slice their spending plans by 32 percent or more for the 2011-12 fiscal year. That could mean up to $500 million less statewide.

LSU AgCenter: 'Less with less' the way of the future

Sarah Palin Watch
Sarah Palin will be at the signing her books today at Barnes and Noble on Veterans Boulevard from 6pm to 9pm. However, if you are not in line now, you might want to forget it.  You must have a wristband to attend the event and some customers have been in line since Sunday. The store will close at 4 pm and then re-open at 6. ”.  One group,  Strengthening American Values by Educating Louisiana (S.A.V.E. LA) is encouraging Louisianans to sell purchased autographed Palin books on EBay and donate the proceeds to Louisianan’s higher education system “to combat Governor Jindal’s cuts to Louisiana universities.”

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