No doubt, the announcements that Judge decided to quit his position on the Orleans Parish Civil District Courts and jump into the New Orleans elections against a popular Mayor from a famous and powerful political background, is a shocker.
As suspected, Judge Michael G. Bagneris, a judge in the city’s Civil District Court for the past 20 years, submitted his resignation from the bench on Wednesday evening and will officially become a candidate for Mayor of New Orleans today at 11:45 am
Cate Blanchett, Sandra Bullock, Judi Dench, Meryl Streep and Emma Thompson along with Bruce Dern, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Tom Hanks, Matthew McConaughey and Forest Whitaker were nominated today for their performances in leading roles today as nominees for the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards® for outstanding performances in 2013 were announced today in five film and eight television categories as well as the SAG Awards honors for outstanding action performances by film and television stunt ensembles.
As Internet broadband is becoming even more critical to commercial growth in Louisiana and throughout the world, the state has just received some funding for broadband access for certain rural areas.
Yesterday evening at approximately 9:00 P.M., Louisiana State Police Troop L investigated a 2 vehicle fatality crash. The crash occurred in Washington Parish southbound on La. 21 near milepost 45 (north of Varnado) killing a 4 year old child, identified as Lavonne Darlene-Theresa Beard (W/F) of Franklinton, La.
Governor Bobby Jindal released a statement today following a hearing on the Obama Administration’s lawsuit against Louisiana’s school choice program.
Many of the Louisiana political antennas rose on Thursday when Bernie Pinsonat and SMOR’s (Southern Media and Opinion Research) issued its fall statewide poll numbers.
The sweet scents of Thanksgiving and the holiday seasons are in the air, but, in the meantime, there is plenty of business and organizational work yet to be done.
Bernie Pinsonat, of Southern Media and Opinion Research has just announced a November statewide poll which presents some interesting but challenging results.
In the only going controversy made-in-Washington DC duel, this one involving the use of "Obama phones", Retired General Wesley Clark's staff sent the following letter to U.S. Senator David Vitter's Chief of Staff today regarding a debate challenge over the Lifeline program that helps US vets: