Louisiana politics revs up today with issues involving Obamacare, Harry Reid, Elbert Guillory (who recently switched from Democrat to Republican), Common Core and dueling press releases from the Cassidy and Mary Landrieu camps..and more.
The discussion regarding Louisiana GOP, David Vitter and Congressman Vance McAllister has been in the news over the past two weeks and on a WGSO-Bayoubuzz Google Hangout Webcast, the issue was raised by Jeff Crouere during the radio-webcast broadcast:
LA taxpayer numbers released; urban garden opens at the Morial Convention Center; students go to the WWII Museum...These are some of the business news today.
Since the introduction of the Affordable Care Act, more than 8 million Americans have enrolled.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics Regional and State Employment Summary has just been released.
While there have been major improvements in Louisiana and elsewhere involving race, employment and equal rights, some feel the those improvements are not enough.
This issue came up on a WGSO morning conservative talk show during a conversation with Bernie Pinsonat, the pollster and political analyst.
Liberty University officials announced today that Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal will speak at the school’s 41st Commencement Saturday, May 10, and author Eric Metaxas will speak at the Baccalaureate service Friday, May 9.
Common Core, the education standards program is becoming a controversial subject in Louisiana. Governor Jindal, who supported Common Core is now in favor of pulling away from it. Many are concerned about the potential issues of privacy and federal intrusion.
Tuesday morning, Bayoubuzz publisher, Stephen Sabludowsky, substituted for Jeff Crouere on his WGSO daily radio talk show, who has been on a honeymoon with his new wife Simone.
In the final part of the Google Hangout interview of Greg Hilburn, reporter for the Monroe News Star, the focus turned to the news value, the importance and the social significance of the Vance McAllister kissing Congressman controversy rocking the state and the nation.