The phrase is being heard around the world, every day, on talk radio, cable TV and soon, political ads throughout the nation
Two of the strongest advocates come from Louisiana. One is Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal and the other, former Louisiana legislator, Tony Perkins, now heading the Family Research Council.
by Pat Culverhouse
So now we know. And it took only seven-plus years for even his most staunch supporters to come to grips with the knowledge.
If Bobby Jindal is interested in being governor of Louisiana, then Hillary Clinton cares a little more than a tinker’s damn what anyone thinks about deleted emails.
The Louisiana legislative session begins next week. There has been much discussion about the budget, Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal’s agenda, other political trends and issues. No doubt, Louisiana is facing one of the most daunting challenges in his modern history with its budget issues.
The question arises with Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal on the presidential campaign trail, who will take the lead? Can we expect a revolt of some type with the built-up frustration of legislators and the public.
Louisiana is on a crash course this legislative year to disaster. According to Bernie Pinsonat, pollster political and analyst, the budget hole is too deep this year.
Pinsonat said in a recent interview with Stephen Sabludowsky, Publisher of Bayoubuzz that It will take shared sacrifice and an effort by the governor. But, will the governor be a player? What if he is not?
Today, Governor Bobby Jindal announced a number of new staff appointments in the Governor’s Office after Taylor Teepell and Matt Parker resigned. According to the Jindal press release, both have resigned to pursue new opportunities.
Friday morning news and social media--Harry Reid, federal budget, Steve Moret, Louisiana film tax credits, Jindal responds, Chris Rose and more..
Sometimes, there is no better way to pass the day than sitting down with some "good political reads". Let me throw in, some great tweets, too.
Today is no exception.
Tyler Bridges, who covered the Louisiana legislature and Governor Bobby Jindal close up for The Lens, a New Orleans publication, has just written another article for a national publication discussing the difficult environment Jindal, the legislature and Louisiana finds itself this spring.
We all know that Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is a traveler. He seems to be constantly crisscrossing the country in his unlikely and quixotic quest to obtain national office. But now he says he is also the unrivaled champion of governors who travel all over the Bayou State. In a recent interview to the Monroe News-Star, Jindal is quoted saying: “I believe I’ve been to more places as governor than any other governor before me inside the state of Louisiana.” All the governors I have known, going back to John McKeithen, would strongly disagree.
by Jim Brown
It’s going to take a lot more than old emails to derail Hillary Clinton’s grasp of the Democratic presidential nomination next year. Few voters really care how she communicated with her staff while serving as Secretary of State. Republicans think they are circling the wagons in major attack mode. But if they look in their own backyard, a number of GOP presidential wannabes, including Louisiana’s fair haired quixotic candidate Bobby Jindal, have the same problem of not following the law when it comes to producing emails.