Welcome back, Arnie.
You remember our friend Arnie Fielkow.
Is it fair to say that Mark Romig is the voice of New Orleans?
I think so. If not "the voice" to be fair to other city officials, certainly one of the leading voices.
Regardless, the speed-talker, spokesperson, auctioneer, New Orleans Saints Superdome announcer, President and President and CEO New Orleans of the New Orleans Marketing Corporation is full-throated when it comes to praising and serving the city and community.
Welcome to the annual Louisiana budget crises.
At least that is what Southern Media & Opinion Research pollster Bernie Pinsonat implied yesterday when we discussed this year's special session to help plug a cavity in this year's budget, ending June 30, 2017.
A “Stranger in a strange land” meets “strangers in their own land”.
This is my impression of the narrative as explained by esteemed Dr. Arlie Russel Hochschild, Professor of Sociology at University of California at Berkeley and author of nine books including her most recent, Strangers in their own Land.
Trump voters—who are they?
Are they different from the Tea Party that amorphous grassroots organization of conservatives that took the nation by a storm?
The era of President Trump, Week Three.
Nobody thought it wouldn’t be interesting. Or, better put, did anybody possibly believe it wouldn’t be “wild”? I doubt it.
"So the (Louisiana) coast goes, so goes everything else".
Strong words from a second-term Congressman who is now the Chairman of the very important subcommittee on certain infrastructure and whose laws and implementations of policies will be critical, not just for Louisiana, but for every parish and every county in the United States.
United States President Donald Trump repeatedly stating that he wants to rebuild the country’s battered infrastructure and with a Republican Congress controlling the money flow, many hope that Louisiana might have struck it rich with the recent naming of a congressman in charge of a committee focused on the necessary infrastructure.
Two days from now, Barack Obama will be an average, normal American citizen, who happens to have been the most powerful person in the world for the past eight years. A brass New Yorker, Donald Trump, who has pledged to once again make American great, will preside at the White House in Obama’s place.