Today, Gov. Bobby Jindal joined Moonbot Studios, Twin Engine Labs and Embera NeuroTherapeutics executives to sign laws – included in the Governor’s 2011 Legislative Package - that enhance
The Digital Media Tax Credit Law was first conceptualized and created by Bayoubuzz's publisher and technology attorney Stephen Sabludowsky who with the push by the then-Nagin Administration, GNO Inc., the Blanco Administration and other groups across the state passed the first Digital Media Law.
The United States faces a serious debt crisis and our leadership refuses to take the necessary action to solve the problem. To put it in the simplest terms…America cannot afford to spend more money than it brings in. No household could survive doing that.
NFL Owners-players lockout update...
1. There is a growing belief inside league circles that the NFL and players will have a deal in place to be ratified at the July 21 league meetings.
2. Insiders say there's no reason it won't get done.
The July 2011 Politics With a Punch comedy show will feature bits of Edwin Edwards, Bastille Day, input from a Kingmaker, New Orleans Saints, Louisiana legislature, New Orleans court news, and plenty of laughs.
“Punch” takes court on Thursday July 14 for another unforgettable edition of a local version of “Politically Incorrect.” It is a fast-paced, free-wheeling, no-holds barred discussion of what is happening in New Orleans, the state of Louisiana hilarity and the nation. Expect plenty of laughs as the panel discuss the controversies and the outrageous antics of our local leaders and scoundrels.
How can the United States balance budgets, reduce its national debt, prevent default and at the same time ensure the economy improves while lowering unemployment?
Obviously, the Republicans and tea party are straddling one side pointing at entitlements but the Democrats are insisting upon taking off pressure from the middle class by removing the Bush tax cuts.
Roman Harper has proven to be one of the better strong safeties in the NFL despite being remembered for having a terrible game in the Saints' playoff loss at Seattle last season.
Five years after being the 43rd over-all pick in the 2006 draft, the two-time Pro Bowler is a solid player who has a substantial role in the defense. Coverage has never been Harper's strong suit and he takes too many penalties. He got fooled on two passes for touchdowns in the disaster at Seattle, but is a complement to free safety Malcolm Jenkins.
Congratulations to Texas Governor Rick Perry for standing firm and not issuing a pardon for Mexican national Humberto Leal, a cold blooded killer. This criminal was executed yesterday despite appeals from the Obama administration, the United Nations and the country of Mexico. The President was seeking a reprieve for Leal by citing a UN treaty which mandates that foreigners who are arrested in another country have a right to contact their consulates.
How important is the Historical Rehabilitation Tax Credit signed by Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal on Thursday at the famous and soon to be totally renovated Saengar theater?
According to Praveen Kailas, new construction projects downtown and in the French Quarter would “never have a chance to take off without the historic tax credit”.
It wasn’t a great start to a Friday. The latest employment numbers came out on July 8, and they certainly didn’t paint a pretty picture. According to the Labor Department, nonfarm jobs rose by only 18,000 in June, woefully short of the 90,000 economists had predicted. To make matters worse, the May jobs increase was revised downward to a paltry 25,000. The disappointing numbers bumped the official unemployment rate up to 9.2 percent from 9.1 percent in May. To put these numbers into perspective, it takes between 125,000 to 150,000 new jobs created every month just to keep up with the increase in population feeding job applicants into the workforce pool.