Back in late January of 1999, I had just finished a two-year stint as Executive Director and Deputy Chairman of the Louisiana Republican Party. Looking for a new project, I started a political newsletter with journalist and commentator Christopher Tidmore.
Donald Trump has had the month, from hell as he has gone from one gaffe or mistake to another. His poll numbers have dropped significantly nationally and in the battleground states. On Wednesday he changed course and replaced campaign managers, although, his campaign is spinning it, saying they added staff.
Trump vs. Clinton. Watch and join the discussion tonight.
Might not be as famous as the Carville-Matalin duo, but, some argue it’s certainly just as combative.
Jeff Crouere and Stephen Sabludowsky, two political junkies will be discussing (and arguably, debating) the U.S. Presidential Race—Trump vs. Clinton, tonight (Monday night August 15) on Facebook Live at 8:15 pm. The discussion can be seen on Sabludowsky’s, Crouere’s and Louisiana Politics Facebook pages.
On Wednesday, Politics with a Punch made its first Facebook Live appearance.
In the first-ever online Facebook video interview-promotion, Stephen Sabludowsky and Jeff Crouere discussed the upcoming event, scheduled for tonight at Eiffel Society in New Orleans.
America is at a crossroads. This is America’s last chance but it must be achieved by a leader and a message from outside of the system, not from within.
This is the message of Jeff Crouere’s first book, properly titled, America’s Last Chance, which has just been published and released, for sales.
A day after Bayoubuzz published a column and an audio clip from Jeff Crouere in which the radio talk show host and Bayoubuzz columnnist suggests that a mileage increase for the police force and firemen is not needed--especially since the city's top cop reportedly claims he doesn't need the money, out from nowhere comes a bombshell.
It was an overwhelming victory for John Bel Edwards in the Governor’s race, marking the first time since 2008 a Democrat won a statewide office in Louisiana. Edwards crushed Republican U.S. Senator David Vitter 56-44%, a stinging defeat for the political veteran from Metairie, who had previously never lost an election.
Roger Villere, the Chairman of the Louisiana Republican Party is in somewhat of a difficult position. Over the years, he has been one of the most influential forces in taking the Republican Party out of the phone booth and transforming it into the dominant party that it is today. However, as of now, the most important state job is at risk, that is, the Louisiana governor’s spot. Currently, David Vitter, also, one of the prominent influences in bringing the GOP out of the cellar, is trailing his opponent, Jon Bel Edwards, a Democrat.
Donald Trump creates controversy and commotion wherever he goes.
Roughly seven years ago, I wrote one of the most difficult columns I had ever written.