It is not often that a liberal or "progressive" group openly praises Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, but, on Tuesday, a pro-gay group did exactly that in an press email.
It is patently obvious that House Republicans have taken leave of their senses. They have placed the nation in a dangerous economic posture over their refusal to fund “ObamaCare” which is a losing battle. Worse, they have allowed Democrats and the President to place them in a no-win situation by holding them accountable for any problems that may arise.
Imagine a city and its various neighborhoods desperately needing healing of all types after the cruelties left by a natural and man-made disaster.
Last Saturday night, it was truly crazy at several Walmart stores. It seems the entire population of two Louisiana cities, Springhill and Mansfield, were at Walmart shopping on their “no limit” EBT card.
With Congress and the White House still negotiating over whether to keep government open, the public relations campaigns continue to attract the eyes and minds of the Louisiana voters.
Looks like Riser and Holloway
The contentious and controversial race in the 5th Congressional District, where 14 candidates are on the ballot, will likely come down to a runoff between state Sen. Neil Riser, R-Columbia, and former U.S. Rep. and current Public Service Commissioner Clyde Holloway, R-Forest Hill.
How does an incoming leader take charge of a statewide powerful business organization following the very successful years performed by the predecessor?
The fallout from the government shutdown debacle has been devastating to the Republican Party. Poll results show the party is viewed negatively by 70% of the American people. In addition, Congress has only a 5% approval rating, the lowest in history. While Democrats control the Senate and are also unpopular, the media has focused their blame for the shutdown on the Republican Party.