Do we still not know the details about why Germanwings’ co-pilot Andreas Lubitz decided that March 24, 2015 was a fine day to die, and take 149 people along with him?
I have an answer without needing to know too many details. I think that Lubitz was a narcissistic, self-important little piece of s***. I think it likely that this is why Lubitz did what he did. He was a narcissistic, self-important little piece of s*** who, in the end, did not want to die alone, so he took 149 innocent souls along with him.
by Tim Burns, Member of Louisiana House of Representatives
The Louisiana Department of Revenue recently issued an inch thick publication entitled “Tax Exemption Budget 2014-2015.” An alternate title for the publication could be “What’s Wrong with Louisiana’s Leaky Tax code.”
BOUSTANY FOR VITTER
By Robert Mann
In a new column in the Baton Rouge Business Report, publisher Rolfe McCollister seems to question whether it is ethical for an LSU faculty member to criticize, in print, the university for which he or she works.
Today, Governor Bobby Jindal announced a number of new staff appointments in the Governor’s Office after Taylor Teepell and Matt Parker resigned. According to the Jindal press release, both have resigned to pursue new opportunities.
Depression, bad eyesight, psychosis, schizophrenia, clinical-this, manic-that....
Who cares if Andreas Guenter Lubitz, co-pilot of Germanwings Flight 9525 was mentally ill?
The Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana has released a new research report, "Innovation in Louisiana: Maximizing Investment in University Research to Promote a Knowledge-Based Economy." The report examines the state of university research and development in Louisiana and makes recommendations to state leaders, higher education officials and businesses to foster a better environment for innovation.
by Lou Gehrig Burnett, Publisher of Fax-Net
Ducking out on Indy Bowl
The Independence Bowl has been shot down by the infamous duck hunters from the declining reality show Duck Dynasty.
In the midst of an email scandal that will not go away, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is being treated with kid gloves by House Republicans.