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Attorney General Eric Holder Should Be Fired

Friday, 11 November 2011 12:36 Written by

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In testimony before the Senate this week, Attorney General Eric Holder admitted that he did not know about the “Operation Fast and Furious” program which involved U.S. agents selling weapons to the Mexican drug cartel. One of those weapons was used to kill Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry. Holder claimed that “there are 115,000 employees in the Department of Justice…I cannot be expected to know the details of every operation on a day-to-day basis." 

Cain, Perry Media Frenzies Show Bias By The Gored
Friday, 11 November 2011 12:05 Written by

bimbo-pizza2This past week, there have been two major media frenzies.

The first has focused upon the alleged sexual harassment charges made against Republican Presidential candidate Herman Cain, who has spent much time lately denying the claims.

Political Conspiracy Theories Trump Reality During Louisiana PSC's Broadband Meeting
Friday, 11 November 2011 11:03 Written by
campbellIf one had hoped that discussion about the state’s recent loss of a federal government grant opportunity at the recent Public Service Commission meeting could produce positive activity to produce more widely available broadband capability, that got dashed with the spinning of wild conspiracy theories that entirely lack credibility, contractors and agencies trying to cover themselves, and a state government that only too late realized it had headed in the wrong direction and then ran up against partisan political realities when it tried to salvage the situation.
Rivals New Orleans Saints Should Beat Falcons In Close Game In Atlanta
Friday, 11 November 2011 10:14 Written by

falcons_logoThe Falcons (5-3) face Drew Brees and the Saints (6-3) with first place in the NFC South on the line at noon in the Georgia Dome.

The Georgia Dome is a tough place to play, but the up-and-down Saints played a solid game last week in beating Tampa Bay as their defense played its best game of the season. The Falcons beat the Colts from the start at Indianapolis last week.

Bizarre New Orleans Crime Scene: Robbers Put Guns To 1 and 2 Year Old's Heads
Thursday, 10 November 2011 23:32 Written by

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Imagine baby sitting for a one year old and a two-year old  at a house (that is not yours but your aunt's)when suddenly robbers break into the New Orleans East premise, and puts guns direclty to the heads of the young toddlers. 

Margaret Hoover: Youth Vote, Herman Cain, Elections 2011 And BiPartisanship
Thursday, 10 November 2011 16:47 Written by

Have the Republicans lost the youth vote in America?  Are tHooverhey at risk to do so?  How do the Tea party and the Occupy Wall Street interplay in attracting the youth?

How is Herman Cain doing in the arena of public opinion since the sexual harassment scandal broke? 

Why is there so much anger in U.S. politics?    

New Orleans Saints, Falcons Rivalry Is Peaking Under Payton, Smith And Brees
Thursday, 10 November 2011 15:04 Written by

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Falcons coach Mike Smith isn't sure what a Who Dat is, but he knows that a victory over the Saints in the Georgia Dome on Sunday will move his Falcons into first place in the NFC South.

The game is a pick it. The Saints are 6-3 and the Falcons are 5-3.

Injuries On New Orleans Saints Mind As Readies For Rival Atlanta Falcons
Wednesday, 09 November 2011 23:20 Written by

PaytonSaints coach Sean Payton issued his weekly injury report and discused Sunday's game with rival Atlanta Falcons at his media briefing after practice on Wednesday.  

Payton said rookie defensive end Greg Romeus  returned to practice to begin a 21-day window as he remains on the reserve-injury list until the Saints decide to activate him.

Group Asks New Orleans DA To Investigate If Archbishop Aymond Committed Crime
Wednesday, 09 November 2011 17:46 Written by

New OrleansDid the New Orleans Archdiocese fail to protect St. Augustine students? Should the Archbishop should be charged with a crime?
These are the issues being presented as a group of parents and St. Augustine alumni, called the Sea of Purple, have asked New Orleans District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro to investigate whether Gregory Aymond and others broke the law by not informing authorities they believed that St. Augustine students had been hurt by disciplinary paddling.

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Louisiana Business: JIndal And Storm Grants; World Trade Seminars, Oil & Gas Law, French Week, Gulf Drilling
Wednesday, 09 November 2011 16:25 Written by

JindalWorld Trade Seminar

The World Trade Center and the Small Business Administration are offering a special seminar on Wednesday, November 16, from 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. that will answer many questions for anyone looking to grow his or her business through international trade. Sandro Murtas with the SBA's Export Solutions Group will discuss such topics as export fundamentals, determining your readiness to export, and how the SBA and World Trade Center can assist you. The cost of the seminar is $60 for WTCNO members and $80 for future members. Click here to register. 

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