The fate of Mary Landrieu and the Louisiana US Senate race is now two weeks away and is interrupted by Thanksgiving holiday season and then Christmas festivities. From all indications, Bill Cassidy, her opponent has a commanding lead. But, Mary Landrieu has made some strong comebacks in the past, so can she do it again?
Black Friday is upon us and consumer confidence is higher than it has been for a few years. So, hey big spenders, are you ready to join the spending revolution, off and online?
If you are in Louisiana, compared to the rest of the country, you’re a middler—21st in total spending, not just for holiday gifts but for just about everything.
In the latest finding from WalletHub, which state leads the nation in spending?
Mississippi. Louisiana’s neighbor. The state that normally competes with Louisiana for being last in most good lists and first in those bad lists is ranked first, in spending.
Thursday November 20, New Orleans will be smoking! Or perhaps, not.
Louisiana Business News Buzz for today: Studying the impact of BP oil spill, Louis Armstrong Airport gets new airline Allegiant, PAR hires, JEDCO announces its annual business pitch competition, LOEWS HOTEL renovations are completed.
On the heels of a losing effort by Mary Landrieu to get the US Senate to pass the Keystone Pipeline legislation which has been very popular in Louisiana, Louisiana GOP Chairman issued this political statement:
People wonder if Mary Landrieu can pull out a close one, once again.
Legendary musician Stevie Wonder is trying to make sure she does.
How politically convenient is the timing of the debate in the US Senate today regarding an issue very important to Louisiana and to many of the “Red” Republican states who support the Keystone Pipeline construction?
That is an issue raised during today’s Senate debate.
The Louisiana Democratic Party has released a video that compares the record of President Barack Obama and that of Bobby Jindal while linking the Louisiana Governor to the Republican US Senate candidate Bill Cassidy.
The Louisiana US Senate Race moving fast towards the end with charges being made by both parties.
Louisiana Democratic Senator Mary Landrieu voted against Senate Majority Leader for House Majority Leader, today, fulfilling a decision reversal she suggested during the last US Senate debate prior to the US Elections.