Roughly seven years ago, I wrote one of the most difficult columns I had ever written.
The American Revolution is almost over. The lady lion has all but been slain.
Louisiana will remain one of the most conservative, if not the most conservative state, in the nation.
How important is seniority in the U.S. Senate, particularly the type of longevity that allows a government official to acquire power to help the constituents back home?
Once again, Hollywood has injected left wing themes into a movie, but this time the subject matter to known to almost every American. The great biblical story of Noah has been twisted and perverted by an atheist director more interested in selling tickets than in staying true to the Bible.
Today, is the end of the signup period (except for those who tried to enroll but were unable to doso) and reportedly roughly 7 million people have signed up for Obamacare
On the strongly-conservative WGSO radio talk show, host Jeff Crouere and Stephen Sabludowsky discussed the Affordable Care Act, the pros and cons. The discussion got testy and included callers chiming in to express their oppositions to the healthcare law and implementation.
The interview was also recorded via Google Hangouts, as has a number of the recent Crouere-Sabludowsky, WGSO-Bayoubuzz radio-hangout-broadcasts-webcasts. Here is the transcription. Check the video for the most accurate conversation:
Governor Bobby Jindal is often on national TV touting his accomplishments and the improvements made during his administration.
Governor Bobby Jindal ’s controversial White House comments outside of the West Wing, on Monday was the initial subject of discussion during the first part of Tuesday’s WGSO-Bayoubuzz radio hangout with Jeff Crouere and publisher Stephen Sabludowsky.
Yesterday, in an overwhelming victory for federal prosecutors, former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin was found guilty on 20 of 21 corruption counts. A jury convicted Nagin of bribery, wire fraud, money laundering and filing false tax returns. The former Mayor could face decades in prison and will be sentenced on June 11, his 58th birthday.
This week, Louisiana and the nation were treated with some big political news, not that it was unexpected.
U.S. Senator David Vitter decided to enter the Louisiana Governor’s Race although he apparently will keep his US Senate position.