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Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has a full day tomorrow as he and LSU readies for the controversial, The Response.
Jindal will attend and speak at "The Response" at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center by leading the opening prayer, will speak at the Right to Life March at the LSU Greek Theatre and then will return to "The Response" for the remainder of the event where he will speak twice, the last, leading a closing prayer.
Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal continued the PR machine as it circulated via email an article from Breitbart entitled, “NATIONAL SECURITY, CONSERVATIVE LEADERS PRAise BOBBY JINDAL FOR STANDING UP TO SHARIA LAW”.
Louisiana’s feisty absentee Governor Bobby Jindal sure knows now to ignite a political firestorm half way around the world. He sent out advance warnings of his lighting rod litany when he admonished: “I will warn you in advance that I’m going to say some things that are not politically correct, so brace yourselves.” So naturally, I held onto my desk, took a deep breath, assumed the worst, and braced myself.
After traveling to Europe on a part economic development, and unquestionably a political excursion, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal most likely is seeking friendlier skies.
Without stating so, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, is fighting back with a barrage of quotes from various location insisting that there are no-go zones in Europe.
On Monday, despite Fox New’s own retraction of a statement by one of their experts claiming that these zones do exist, Jindal, repeated the claim in the British Parliament and then again when questioned on CNN.
Unfortunately, crisis budgeting is not synonymous with making the delivery of Louisiana higher education efficient or even effective, although it can serve as a starting point for that overdue process. Problem is, that process should have started long ago.
One of Gov. Bobby Jindal’s favorite activities (second only to trips to Iowa and New Hampshire) appears to be his now-routine exercise of mid-year budget cuts and hiring freezes.
But like any deft politician, he leaves himself wiggle room.
The Jindal administration received Christmas tidings today from, well, perhaps, an unlikely source.
The Obama administration has approved the controversial Jindal public-private partnership deal.
One day in early December, I received one of countless telephone calls pertaining to the upcoming Dec. 6 election. Normally, the calls are pre-recorded, or “robocalls” appealing for my vote for this or this candidate or telling me how horrible the opposing candidate would be for Mom, apple pie and America.