So, what's happening "Round Louisiana" today?
Did Rob Maness, a Tea Party-backed candidate for U.S. Senate imply that Mary Landrieu would have supported slavery?
What's happening "Round Louisiana"today?
The World Trade Center and delegation of busines leaders are heading north to New York starting next week;
Round Louisiana today? The announcement that a nonpartisan coalition of lawmakers including Senators David Vitter and Mary Landrieu are holding a press conference regarding the flood insurance crises; Don't get spooked out about New Orleans, get the treat, or so indicates Travelocity.
Ochsner is reporting good news for one of its doctors. An organization has engineered some funds for Nicholls State; Non-profits looking for donors? How about a workshop?
There are many projects in the air in mid-city and downtown New Orleans including the substantial University Medical Center , the controversial development of the World Trade Center by the Mississippi River and Canal Street and possible plans for the Charity Hospital building—vacated after Hurricane Katrina.
Octogenarian and former Louisiana Governor Edwin Edwards along with his young third-wife, Trina, are getting ready to open up their home to the nation by means of their reality TV show, The Governor’s Wife starting October 27 on A&E. Meantime, the “Edwards years”, are once again becoming top of mind, for many.
It is not often that a liberal or "progressive" group openly praises Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, but, on Tuesday, a pro-gay group did exactly that in an press email.
The race for U.S. Senate is roughly one year from now, but the campaign gets more interesting as it gets closer.
For one, most thought the competition would be against current republican Congressman Bill Cassidy and Democrat Senator Mary Landrieu. Then, walked in tea-party favorite Col. Rob Maness who is running to the right of Cassidy. According to Maness, Cassidy is not conservative enough for Louisiana and Landrieu must be beaten.
Lately, another republican name has surfaced in being a contender--State Rep. Alan Seabaugh.
Some now wonder should Seabaugh step into the ring, whom would it help?
For one, perhaps, it is Mary Landrieu. Would it also mean that other republicans might also enter the field?
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What's happening "Round Louisiana"?
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