Desert Democracy In Middle East With Revolts

Tuesday, 29 March 2011 12:04 Written by

Ron ChapmanAmerican politicians and pundits dream that the revolutions in the Middle East will soon stimulate the rise of democracy.  In the case of Egypt, some have argued that the military, which has taken over from Mubarak, should be able to draft a constitution and hold elections within six months to a year.   Everyone should step back, take a deep breath, and consider reality.

Louisiana Sports: LSU Football, Butler, New Orleans Hornets, Marcus Thornton
Tuesday, 29 March 2011 11:41 Written by

Ed Staton--Louisiana sportsEdwin Weathersby of Bleacherreport.com has made 100 bold predictions for the 2011 top college freshman.

New Orleans Saints' Sean Payton Big Break Was Last NFL Strike
Tuesday, 29 March 2011 11:26 Written by

Sean Payton's first appearance in the NFL came in 1987 as a replacement player during the  24-day player strike as the backup quarterback for coach Mike Ditka's Chicago "Spare: Bears. as they were referred to.

With such a long  stretch of labor peace, not many in the NFL noticed how the Saints coach got his first break. But with a lockout heading into its third week, Payton has bee asked about it more and more.

North-South Louisiana Redistricting Plans Supported by Jindal Coming Unglued
Monday, 28 March 2011 14:18 Written by

The redistricting plans are not going as planned.

Louisiana Lt. Governor's Race Card: Dardenne, Nungesser, Angelle?
Monday, 28 March 2011 13:51 Written by

by: Lamar Parmentel

Fri Mar 25, 2011 at 09:57:48 AM CDT

It just so happened that yesterday was a banner day in a race no one is talking about.

First, Big Billy Nungesser, the Baron of Berms, is going to need a few more sweat towels.

Louisiana GOP’s Rebuke Over Fayard’s Hate-Speech May Be Worry Signs
Monday, 28 March 2011 13:33

Stephen Sabludowsky--Publisher of Bayoubuzz.comWord around the state is that Carolyn Fayard is moving towards running for the top state’s office.   Even former Miss America Phyllis George called her “governor” this weekend during George’s speech to the Louisiana Center for Women and Government.

Which is probably the reason that Roger Villere, the news national GOP executive is so bent out of shape today.  

New Orleans Saints: NFL Draft Compensatory Picks, Chris Ivory, Jimmy Graham
Monday, 28 March 2011 11:55 Written by

Ed StatonCHRIS Ivory came in and helped save the Saints' season when Pierre Thomas and Reggie Bush  were banged up.  Put those three in the same backfield and use them in rotation, and the Saints have a pretty good backfield. I'm not saying the Saints need to use a first-round pick on a running back. I'd like to see them add one more quality runner. Ivory has missed lots of playing time while in college and the NFL...

Idea Village's 3rd Entrepreneurship Week New Orleans A Real Success
Monday, 28 March 2011 10:48 Written by

The 3rd annual New Orleans Entrepreneur Week presented by Idea Village is now a part of history but for many start ups and hopefuls, it highly touted event is creating a future.


The week-long event ended Friday with IDEApitch and a cocktail party at the home of James Carville and Mary Matalin. 


NOvate Medical Technologies was selected winner of the 2011 New Orleans Entrepreneur Week IDEApitch, which culminated with a investment pitch opportunity led by Jim Coulter, founding partner of TPG Capital. 

Louisiana Center for Women And Government Inducts, Honors And Inspires
Sunday, 27 March 2011 23:17

Louisiana Women in Government is a relatively recent phenomena as women all over the United States began to realize their full potentials.

One organization, housed out of Nicholls State University has been showcasing the trailblazers who have carved out a path for women starting or yet to make their marks in the conversation of Louisiana women governmental leadership.

Hoda Kotb Finds Perfection Getting "Down And Funky” Singing The New Orleans Saints Swag
Sunday, 27 March 2011 10:57 Written by

Hoda Kotb was at home in New Orleans.

Kotb showed her enthusiastic flair and candor—both which have made her wildly popular nationally as she “got down” in front of an audience of Louisiana women and some men who gathered on Saturday at the Louisiana Center of Women and Government Hall Of Fame banquet.

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