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Louisiana Democrats run against Jindal, conservatives, Vitter's record?

Monday, 18 May 2015 12:12 Written by

vitter-jindalWhat’s going on in the state capitol in Baton Rouge?

Taxes are being raised like never before?

DNC expresses concern over Jindal's dogged presidential campaign efforts and exploratory committee
Monday, 18 May 2015 11:18 Written by

jindal-faithAfter Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal announced his launching of his Presidential Exploratory committee, the Democratic National Committee expressed its deep concern over the upcoming Jindal bid--by releasing a statement from the National Press Secretary Holly Schulman.

Goodell's exposes broadside in Patriots' Deflategate review
Monday, 18 May 2015 09:42 Written by

goodellAs an amateur yet enthusiastic historian armed with the luxury of hindsight, I can conclude that John Paul Jones would have made one helluva NFL commissioner. Jones was the United States’ first well-known naval fighter in the American Revolutionary War and is called by some as the father of the U.S. Navy. However, his eligibility to lead the most popular sporting enterprise in the modern nation has less to do with leadership than with the proper use of tactics. John Paul Jones knew that when facing an enemy intent on blowing you out of the water, it is wise to employ a fundamental naval defensive tactic: Do not expose your broadside.

Good friend Scalise backs Vitter for governor
Monday, 18 May 2015 09:25

scalise-flagAnother major republican has endorsed David Vitter for Louisiana Governor.  Days ago, Vitter picked up the Treasurer John Kennedy endorsement.  Today, it is Steve Scalise, the powerful Republican House Whip.

Prince William on Switzerland leave from Kate Middleton's family nursery-poo
Friday, 15 May 2015 16:51 Written by

willieHow quickly things can change.
Just days ago, Prince William and Kate Middleton declared up and down about how they were retreating behind the barricades to domestic bliss at Anmer Hall in Sandringham.

Mayfield, NOJO, New Orleans Libraries and all that FBI jazz
Friday, 15 May 2015 14:13 Written by

mayfieldIt still is hard to fathom what happened with the New Orleans Public Library Foundation. How did the leadership of the foundation get awarded to Irvin Mayfield, a musician with no expertise in libraries and no degree in library science? Well, it was another boneheaded move by the former Mayor of New Orleans Ray Nagin, the true “Master of Disaster.” Nagin now sits in federal prison for a variety of corrupt activities, but his decision to place Mayfield at the position of foundation president will rank as another one of his many mistakes while in office. 

Is temporary fix to Louisiana's budget--Jindal's ticket out?
Friday, 15 May 2015 12:54

chehardy-hangoutAs a state of Louisiana struggles with its enormous budget issue and as its governor, Bobby Jindal continues to make national headlines in his run for president, some are asking how do we deal with a budget crisis like this?

Bob Mann has message for democrats: Vote for a republican to defeat Vitter
Friday, 15 May 2015 09:59 Written by

mannThe Louisiana Democratic Party and its supporters might not see eye-to-eye with Bob Mann, once again. 

The former democrat, former top staff for Senator John Breaux and Governor Kathleen Blanco (both democrats), current communications professor at LSU, blogger and columnist for the Times Picayune, has a message for democrats, if they want to defeat their' worst nightmare"--David Vitter.

Uncertainty prevails with Jindal and Louisiana legislators over budget
Friday, 15 May 2015 08:40

brown-hangoutLouisiana's legislative session is half-completed.  There is much uncertainty in the air.  Will the legislators and Governor Jindal craft  a balanced budget for the upcoming fiscal year--as they are constitutionally mandated to do?  If the budget involves taxes that have been approved by the House and which are being discussed in the Senate, will the governor veto them and the budget?  Will there be an override session?   

GOP Alario saving legislators for a more conservative day
Thursday, 14 May 2015 15:43 Written by

alarioOddly, if not ironically, conservatives may end up having Sen. Pres. John Alario to thank for keeping the focus on right-sized, sensible government in Louisiana as the state grapples with a looming budget deficit for fiscal year 2016.

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