On Sunday night, our nation joined together to rejoice over the killing of terrorist mastermind Osama Bin Laden. The mass murderer deserved death and the Navy Seals made sure that he received a one way ticket to hell.
Several days later, the euphoria has evaporated in a wave of confusion. The Obama administration is giving conflicting stories about what happened Sunday at the Osama compound. Unfortunately, the administration is snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.
Now, it's Nagin's turn.
So, will the often controversial, former New Orleans mayor, C. Ray Nagin, be revealing any, or perhaps many secrets, when he releases his memoir called "Katrina Secrets"?
According to the Daily Kos, a “liberal-progressive” leaning website, since Obama’s recent release of his “long-form” birth certificate last week, more Americans believe that Obama was born in the U.S., however, a majority of Republican voters feel Obama was not U.S. born or are unsure.
Southern Media and Opinion Research has released a new spring poll that shows Gov. Bobby Jindal has continued to hold on to his 55% approval rating. His disapproval is inching up and now stands at 44%.
New Orleans has moved up an impressive 46 places in one year to capture the number 2 spot for large metro areas on Forbes Blog’s “Best Cities for Jobs” list. Here is the relevant portion of the story:
Members of Congress never stop raising money, particularly House members, who have to run every two years. Here is a look at campaign finance reports of area House members and the state’s two senators as of March 31, 2011.
The financial information is from the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics.
The Saints drafted Illinois linebacker Martez Wilson in the third round of the draft and believe he will give them depth at outside linebacker while playing on special teams.
He's a 6-foot-4, 250-pound workout freak who sometimes doesn't play to his athleticism. He made the All-Big Ten team last season after missing the 2009 year with a neck injury. The Saints had him graded much higher than a third-rounder and couldn't pass him up..
Will Mark Ingram be the Saints' starting tailback this season?
Long-time beat writer for The Times-Picayune Brian Allee-Walsh believes the tailback job will be Ingram's to lose.