Donald Trump has flirted with running for President of the United States in the past. Four years ago he announced on Fox News that he would not run. Now he is a candidate in the republican field; and, according to some polls, he is the front runner. Donald Trump has been and may still be a factor in the race for the White House, but his impact may not be what his party was hoping for.
by Jeff Crouere
It is now crystal to clear to any objective observer, Hillary Clinton is a horrible candidate. As Americans get to know Hillary, they like her less. In the latest Associated Press-GFK poll, Hillary scores an abysmal 39% approval rating, compared to an unfavorable rating of 49%.
Why would a government official use personal or private email services for public, governmental business?
This is an issue being raised throughout the nation particularly after it was disclosed that Hillary Clinton used a private home server for her Secretary of State business.
by Lamar White, Publisher of Cenlamar.com
Four days ago, Gov. Bobby Jindal publicly excoriated Hillary Clinton on Twitter, accusing her of concealing her e-mails from the American public and implying that she had compromised national security by utilizing an e-mail server maintained from her home.
First, the Confederate flag comes down in South Carolina. Then, the US Supreme Court affirms the federal exchanges under Obamacare. Today, the same court approves gay marriages throughout the United States.
The media should be having a field day with Hillary Clinton. For decades, she has been a scandal machine. From cattle futures to the Rose Law Firm to the White Travel Office, Hillary Clinton was never far from the scandals that plagued her husband's presidency.
If you have been receiving political email in your inbox, asking you to write a letter to the legislature, contribute to a candidacy, attend a fundraiser, watch a film clip and so on, you are not alone.
by Tom Aswell, publisher of Louisiana Voice
granddad had an admonition for someone (more than once, that someone was me) who he thought was running his mouth off a little too much: “Don’t let your alligator mouth overload your jaybird ass.”
Loosely translated, that means don’t go shooting off your mouth with claims you can’t back up—physically or factually.
The race for the White House is on. Both parties now have at least one major candidate seeking their party’s nomination for the presidency. The democrats are looking at a coronation while republicans are facing the professional wrestling equivalent of a battle royal. The winner of this over-the-top event will face the nominee of the Democratic Party.
That is the message of the day for Republicans throughout the nation. Stop Hillary Clinton.
It certainly has been the message in the various states, such as Louisiana, even hours after her Internet announcement today.
The Louisiana GOP has a special treat for those pledging to stop Hillary. A bumper sticker, donning the slogan, Stop Hillary, of course.