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Chicago Bears v. New Orleans Saints: Payton Talks Injury Report, Urlacher, Colston, Sproles

Thursday, 15 September 2011 08:32 Written by

PaytonAfter Wednesday’s practice, Saints coach Sean Payton talked about the upcoming about the upcoming game with the Bears, injuries and replacing Marques Colston. His comments:

“Today’s injury report: Garrett Hartley (right hip) did not practice, WR Marques Colston (right shoulder) did not practice, S Roman Harper (right ankle) did not practice, WR Lance Moore (groin) was limited, and DT Tom Johnson (left calf) was limited," said Payton.
 

New Orleans Business Council Balks At Bromwich Drilling Permit Comments
Wednesday, 14 September 2011 17:42 Written by

Today, the Business Council of Greater New Orleans and the River Region and Greater New Orleans, Inc. released a statement in response to recent comments made by Michael Bromwich, Director of the Department of Interior’s Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation, and Enforcement (BOEMRE).

Chicago Bears v. New Orleans Saints: Lovie Smith, Jay Cutler Talk Big Game
Wednesday, 14 September 2011 16:39 Written by

Bears coach Lovie Smith and quarterback Jay Cutler talked about the Saints defense their big victory over the Falcons on a conference call after Wednesday's practice.

U.S. Scorched By Obama’s Green Solyndra Stimulus Solar Loan Now In Red
Wednesday, 14 September 2011 13:31 Written by

Two years after Americans were sold a phony bill of goods in the $1 trillion stimulus bill, we are now learning the extent of the corruption. In September of 2009, Obama administration officials pushed through a $528 million loan to a Solyndra, a solar panel company.

Louisiana Business: BP Coverup? DDD TV, Louisiana Tech, New Orleans Crime
Wednesday, 14 September 2011 12:49 Written by

BP Report

A joint Coast Guard/BOEMRE investigative panel report was issued this morning which reportedly will show that “BP made critical mistakes on the well and failed to tell its partners and the U.S. government when it realized it.

An investigation team of the U.S. Coast Guard and the agency that regulates offshore drilling held hearings over the course of a year following the April 20, 2010, Deepwater Horizon tragedy. The Coast Guard-Bureau of Ocean Energy Management Regulation and Enforcement investigation has been among the most exhaustive.”—Time

Tea Party Shows True Baggage During CNN Republican Debate
Wednesday, 14 September 2011 11:02 Written by

i saw the cnn teabagathon and the old cliché rang truer than ever: politics is indeed show business for ugly people. and some of these people were among the ugliest ever heard or seen at a televised debate.

the crowning moment of the evening, i think we’ll all agree, was, when asked if someone without healthcare should be allowed to die when gravely ill, the shouts of “yeah! yeah! yeah!” followed by laughter and murmurs rang through the beauty-pageant décor of the auditorium.

Chicago Bears v. New Orleans Saints:: Urlacher Play? Experts Say
Wednesday, 14 September 2011 09:02 Written by

According to the Chicago Tribune, Brian Urlacher left the Chicago Bears on Tuesday for a family emergency in Arizona concerning his mother.  Urlacher is expecting to be away for several days but it is uncertain if he will play against the New Orleans Saints.

Louisiana Republicans Have Political Opposition: Themselves
Tuesday, 13 September 2011 22:39 Written by

Lt. governorNow that the Democratic Party has forfeited the statewide elections, Republicans have only themselves to oppose, if that, for only two or three races will be competitive.

   All that's left to count in the governor's election is the protest vote against Bobby Jindal. Even his severe critics will have to cast about to back one of the nine relative unknowns in the field, and many just won't vote.

Jindal Picks Endorsements for Louisiana Elections
Tuesday, 13 September 2011 16:30 Written by

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has announced his endorsements of various state elections.

Included in this group of endorsements are Insurance Commissioner, Commissioner of Agriculture, Attorney General and Treasurer.

Louisiana Politics: Kershaw Backs Nungesser, Jindal, Perry, GOP Debate, Election Forums
Tuesday, 13 September 2011 14:08 Written by

Sammy Kershaw

 

Country music star Sammy Kershaw officially endorsed Plaquemines Parish President Billy Nungesser for Lt. Governor.  Kershaw, a Republican candidate in last year's Lt. Governor's race, won 31 parishes in the primary election.  Kershaw, a Republican from Lafayette, made his announcement via a video, where he laid out his reasons for supporting Nungesser.

 

GNO Inc's Michael Hecht stokes New Orleans region rapid acceleration


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