Caldwell shows surprising weakness, Landry strength for Louisiana AG

Thursday, 12 February 2015 11:11 Written by

Louisiana capitolLouisiana’s Treasurer John Kennedy found a tough decision of his made somewhat harder by impressive fundraising totals by attorney general candidate former Rep. Jeff Landry, while the incumbent Atty. Gen. Buddy Caldwell by his totals shows he faces a tough road to reelection, increasing the odds of just he and Landry facing off.

Louisiana's bad news bearers' grind away
Thursday, 12 February 2015 11:02 Written by

bear-compressedby Stephen Waguespack, President and CEO of LABI

Can you hear it?

Do you hear that gnashing and grinding noise? You may have to be very quiet and cup your hand around your ear, but if you concentrate for just a moment, I bet you can hear it off in the distance. Take a moment and try it. Quiet your breathing and listen very closely...do you hear it?  

Jim Brown, Coach Dean Smith's first Tar Heels recruit, remembers
Thursday, 12 February 2015 10:42 Written by

dean-smithby Jim Brown

One of the all time great coaches in college basketball passed away this week.  North Carolina’s Dean Smith had retired with more wins than any coach in history, along with capturing two national championships.  But to those who knew him, and I consider myself in that elite number, he was much more than a coach.  He was a teacher, an innovator both on and off the court, a role model, and a real humanitarian. 

Jindal stock downgraded as Louisiana asks Moody's for patience
Wednesday, 11 February 2015 11:34 Written by

stock-crash-compressedIt is not pretty.
Call it piling on or Jindal bashing.
Whatever you say and however you want to say it, Louisiana Bobby Jindal is now, for the first time in his career, under great scrutiny nationally.  

Jindal reforms stymied by Louisiana populist culture
Wednesday, 11 February 2015 11:08 Written by

legislature jvlastnews thumbNaturally, Republican conservative Gov. Bobby Jindal has faced a constant barrage from the liberals and their mainstream media handmaidens for the last dozen years (the latest such, exemplifying both valid points but selectivity, is here), and over the course of his governorship from the less ideologically principled political right as well. Yet more recently some principled conservatives have begun to criticize him, even if more on instrumental rather than on ideological grounds. It’s an outcome less a consequence of executional shortcomings and more concessions to the fundamental challenge his state stewardship has brought to its political culture.

Jindal takes hits on Morning Joe, with national media
Wednesday, 11 February 2015 10:20 Written by

jindal-tuition-compressedBobby just keeps on taking hits from the national media.

by Tom Aswell, Publisher of Louisiana Voice.com

First it was Politico, then the Washington Post and the New York Times.

Vitter gets more 'Mo with Rand Paul's endorsement in Louisiana Governor race
Tuesday, 10 February 2015 14:08 Written by

vitter-teaWith today’s big endorsement of U.S. Senator David Vitter (R-LA) by his colleague U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), the attention of state political insiders will turn to the big race to replace outgoing Governor Bobby Jindal.  Paul’s endorsement will give more momentum to Vitter who has gotten off to a strong start in his race for Governor.

Louisiana Biz: Liquide Air, LWCC and Ernst Cafe Bacchus Bash
Tuesday, 10 February 2015 14:00 Written by

new-orleans-tourism-compressed1Bayoubuzz's business shorts for today:

Air Liquide will supply oxygen, LWCC welcomes new board member and Ernst Cafe Bacchus Bash announces schedule

The Day Congress repeals Obamacare: Interview with Dr. Georges Benjamin
Tuesday, 10 February 2015 13:23 Written by

HealthCareDebateWhat will happen on the Day that Obamacare dies?  Will we have health insurance?  If not, will doctors be able or willing to treat patients?

Sounds like absurd questions, don't they?

The speech Bobby Jindal should give
Tuesday, 10 February 2015 11:54 Written by

Jindal-collageby Bob Mann

First appeared on BobMannblog.com 

Here’s how Gov. Bobby Jindal’s presidential campaign will probably end: he will finish sixth or seventh in the Iowa caucuses about this time next year. Almost broke, he will forgo the New Hampshire primary (that state allows crossover voting, so he stands little chance there).


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