Governor Bobby Jindal released a statement today following a hearing on the Obama Administration’s lawsuit against Louisiana’s school choice program.
The poll numbers continue to get worse for President Obama. This week, he suffered from the worst ratings of his presidency. CBS News reported an approval rating of only 37%, while CNN showed the President at a 41% approval rating. On the issue of Obamacare, the American people are extremely unhappy, giving the President’s signature program only a 31% approval rating in the CBS poll.
November 22, 1963 has been described as the day America suddenly grew up.
Matured for many reasons: the realization that doubt could overcome youth and dreams; the recognition that the most mystical of historical moments, the mythical Camelot, could screech to an abrupt, untimely and bloody halt.
Many of the Louisiana political antennas rose on Thursday when Bernie Pinsonat and SMOR’s (Southern Media and Opinion Research) issued its fall statewide poll numbers.
The sweet scents of Thanksgiving and the holiday seasons are in the air, but, in the meantime, there is plenty of business and organizational work yet to be done.
Bernie Pinsonat, of Southern Media and Opinion Research has just announced a November statewide poll which presents some interesting but challenging results.
While New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, his police chief Ronal Serpas and District attorney Leon Canizzaro continue to do well in the polls, one elected official who appears to be struggling as the election season approaches is Orleans Parish Sheriff Marlin Gusman.
Gov. Bobby Jindal managed to be both right and wrong in his latest communication about the U.S. Department of Justice’s suit against Louisiana’s scholarship voucher program: the Pres. Barack Obama Administration has shifted tactics, but its goal to rewrite jurisprudence in the way it finds ideologically acceptable remains the same.
In June of 2012, Gov. Bobby Jindal signed into law Acts 754 and 779, both of which were designed to curtail the so-called legacy lawsuits and thereby curbing landowners’ rights to hold oil companies responsible for damages to private property where they had drilled.
The 34th President of the United States was assassinated 50 years ago this week under controversial circumstances that leave a number of questions unanswered to this day.