“Louisiana United States Congressman Edwin W. Edwards.”
If the “old sly gray Fox” has his way, that will be his name and title should the 86-year-old former Congressman and former four-term-ex-governor pulls off the totally unexpected.
Today, one of the big stories in the national media is that Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has upgraded the past presidency of Jimmy Carter at the expense of the current White House inhabitant, Barack Obama.
Now that the Mardi Gras parades are history, rumor has it that spring is floating about and turning the corner bringing warmer temperatures, soon. This, I can't promise.
The Louisiana Democratic Party is rejoicing somewhat over two comments by important republican elected officials, which statements might either help or haunt them in the future.
The Louisiana election table appears set; Only a matter of time before the tea is served and others are invited to the party.
Today, Jeff Landry, a Tea Party member and ardent supporter, announced that he is going to run for Attorney General of Louisiana. Landry is an attorney, a former US Congressman, a veteran, and a former Sheriff's deputy and local policeman.
No doubt, Mary Landrieu, who is running for re-election for US Senator has the clout the Louisiana citizens would want from their congressional lawmakers.
Is former New Orleans Mayor C. Ray Nagin going to have another day in court after being convicted last week on 20 out of 21 counts in the federal court, in a case that was reported around the globe?
Governor Bobby Jindal is not concerned about polls.
At least that is what he and sometimes his political advisor, spokesperson, and best friend Timmy Teepell always seems to say when a poll shows the Presidential-election-bound governor is immensely unpopular in the state in which he, at one point in time, could have been anointed Emperor.
Imagine sitting next to and talking to your childhood heros--the guys you wish you were and never thought you would ever get to know.
With basketball fans, throughout the world, anxiously awaiting for the tipoff of Saturday’s NBA All Star game showcasing the greatest collection of professional basketball players currently playing the game,Bayoubuzz.com and Hosted Hangouts will be hosting an all-star event of its own. On Friday February 14, the world can watch interviews with a medley of some of the greatest all stars in the history of the game in a Bayoubuzz Legends of Basketball Google Hangout live webcast chat. Hangout watchers can watch the live event and can even chat with one online. Plus, they can pose written questions to the as Participants of the NBA, ABA, WNBA and Harlem Globetrotters greats.