Democratic Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu released a television commercial of her own on Monday portraying that she has kept her promise about American insureds’s keeping their health insurance.
Great news for Louisiana. Hooray!!
The state is no longer the 49th healthiest state in the United States.
David Vitter has made news this week, not only in Louisiana but throughout the land of “Politics Nation”.
The Republican Louisiana US Senator went public this week admitting that he just might run for Louisiana Governor.
The delicious Thanksgiving Turkey is now memory, Black and Blue Wednesday holiday shopping day is now upon us, but there’s always room under our expanded belts for some good home political cooking, Louisiana-style.
While Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has forever been penning opinion pieces nationally as to how the Obamacare engine will wreck even if the website gets a fix, and while he continues to claim it is stupid to discuss the 2016 elections, others, who make their own living at this type of thing, have their own opinions.
I have often been called a dreamer.
When I first got involved with the Internet in 1990, back in the days when there was only Delphi, Compuserve and a few others services, I began to imagine just how this incredible revolutionary technology could impact my own career, my community and our world.
November 22, 1963 has been described as the day America suddenly grew up.
Matured for many reasons: the realization that doubt could overcome youth and dreams; the recognition that the most mystical of historical moments, the mythical Camelot, could screech to an abrupt, untimely and bloody halt.
While New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, his police chief Ronal Serpas and District attorney Leon Canizzaro continue to do well in the polls, one elected official who appears to be struggling as the election season approaches is Orleans Parish Sheriff Marlin Gusman.
The feelings about the New Orleans and its future has surprised many as details of a University of New Orleans survey was released earlier this week.
As we approach the last Thanksgiving prior to the elections 2014, you can bet extra helpings of cranberry sauce and a scoop or so of corn dressing that the candidates currently running for the U.S. Senate spot for the State of Louisiana hope their surrogates continue to carve up their opponents like a well-sliced butterball Turkey.