GOP road to 2016 win passes through through Duke-Scalise fork

Wednesday, 14 January 2015 20:47 Written by

roadby Jim Brown

Poor Congressman Steve Scalise. He should be on cloud-nine having reached the pinnacle of political success by being elected majority whip in the Republican controlled congress.  But out of the blue, he is blindsided by a 28-year-old democratic blogger and law student who ties him to David Duke.  Scalise’s sin?  Accepting a speaking invitation 12 years ago when he was a state representative to a group (located in the district from where he was elected) that has close ties to David Duke. 

GOP: Adios to the three amigos: Bush, Christie and Romney, OK?
Wednesday, 14 January 2015 20:13 Written by

three-amigosAfter six difficult years under Barack Obama, the country is ready for a change in the White House. The President has delivered a continual dose of no compromise liberalism that has divided the races and polarized the political climate.

LABI's Waguespack: Louisiana is a tale of two states
Tuesday, 13 January 2015 02:45 Written by

labiby Stephen Waguespack, President and CEO of LABI

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry (LABI), an organization I have been privileged to lead as president since 2013. For decades LABI has been Louisiana’s leading business advocacy organization. Today, we proudly represent over 2,300 businesses across the state, working tirelessly to foster a climate for economic growth by championing the principles of the free enterprise system.

Treasurer Kennedy: Let prayers flow at Jindal's LSU prayer rally
Monday, 05 January 2015 15:57 Written by

Kennedy-interview2by Louisiana Treasurer John Kennedy

Fifty years ago, administrators at the University of California at Berkeley tried to curtail free speech on campus. They quickly had a situation on their hands: Hundreds of protesters materialized, a priest clambered onto the top of a police car to quiet the crowd and students swarmed the Administration Building. Eventually, the governor intervened, telling the university's president to broker a truce. The Free Speech Movement was born.

Louisiana Business: Freeman Challenge, Walmart, 504Ward, Smoke Free, The Data Center
Monday, 05 January 2015 12:51

BATON-ROUGE-SKYHappy new year to Bayoubuzz is Louisiana business and organization shorts for the year 2015.. Our "shorts", has been a compilation of short news stories directly from press releases in either total or abbreviated form. The focus has been to highlight events and good news stories throughout the state.

Our first edition for 2015 involves the greater New Orleans foundation Freeman Challenge grant, a new Walmart and Slidell,  a new website from the Louisiana insurance commission, the Louisiana energy economy and other data,  Smoke Free poll, and more

Poll: Your feelings about the Steve Scalise-David Duke controversy?
Monday, 05 January 2015 12:39

capitol-dcThe recent controversy involving Louisiana Congressman Steve Scalise, David Duke and his associates have engendered much controversy, and media attention, as the United States Congress begins its work for 2015. After the news story broke, Scalise admitted that his attendance at the 2002 event held at the Landmark Hotel in Metairie Louisiana was a mistake.

Manufactured Scalise outrage tells more about Louisiana left, Democrats
Monday, 05 January 2015 11:51 Written by

southernpovertyThe manufacturing of outrage against Rep. Steve Scalise tells us far more about the fortunes, strategy, and tactics of Democrats in an era of decline than provide any useful information about issues of the day.

Duke's group, not just any, for Scalise
Monday, 05 January 2015 11:07 Written by

duke2by Tom Aswell, Publisher of LouisianaVoice.com

U.S. Rep. Steve Scalise’s claim that he did not know who he was talking to when he spoke to that meeting of the Workshop on Civil Rights hosted by the European-American Unity and Rights Conference (EURO) back in May of 2002 is coming unraveled like a cheap suit.

Remembering Dutch Morial, a man of Louisiana-firsts
Friday, 02 January 2015 14:03 Written by

dutch-morialby Jim Brown

I drove down to New Orleans for a funeral service last week. I find myself attending a growing number of funerals each year as I get older and as and long-time friends pass away. I’ll turn 75 in May of this New Year, so my memorial visitations will no doubt continue and grow.  My trip last week was for a reinterment; a re-burial of an old friend who passed away 25 years ago this week.  His family wanted to rebury him into a new family tomb.

Scalise's David Duke-Knight controversy is not yet in the can
Friday, 02 January 2015 13:11 Written by

kicking-the-canThe debate over Louisiana Congressman and Majority Whip, Steve Scalise, and what he did or didn’t do 12-years ago has turned into a political partisan skirmish rather than an exercise to discover the truth.


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