NFL Collective Bargaining, Anti-Trust Lawsuit D-Day?

Thursday, 03 March 2011 09:48 Written by

Will NFL season collapse this week as mediated talks surrounding the pending expiration of the labor agreement end?

It is doubtful. Then, if it does not "collapse", could it be on injured reserve?

There are various schools of thoughts

New Orleans Mayor Landireu Comments On City Attorney's Appointment To Federal Judge
Wednesday, 02 March 2011 19:16 Written by

New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu has issued this statement after President Barack Obama nominated City Attorney Nannette Jolivette Brown for a judgeship on the US District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana. 

Louisiana Gov. Jindal Marks Widening Of I-12 In Slidell
Wednesday, 02 March 2011 14:24 Written by

Today, Governor Bobby Jindal participated in a ground breaking ceremony to mark the beginning of construction on a project to widen I-12 from four to six lanes in Slidell, widen the I-12 eastbound off-ramp to Northshore Boulevard and add a deceleration lane at the I-12 westbound off-ramp to Airport Road. The ceremony was held at the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Administrative Building where the Governor was joined by state and local officials for a ceremonial groundbreaking.

Should Ex-Louisiana Gov. Buddy Roemer Run For President?
Wednesday, 02 March 2011 13:35 Written by


Final results of the Bayoubuzz Poll--Should Buddy Roemer run for U.S. President?


Should Former Louisiana Gov. Buddy Roemer Run For President?
Yes - 21.7%
No - 73.4%
Uncertain - 4.9%

Total votes: 304


Run Buddy Run?

From CNN:

""I will tell the public here and across America that I am concerned about the problems in America and the opportunities that aren't being taken advantage of," Roemer said in a phone interview from his new campaign office in Baton Rouge.

"I don't think there is a chosen nominee from the Republican Party," he added. "I don't think there is somebody who is secretly decided to be the candidate. This will be a rigorous debate. It will extend from Iowa to New Hampshire to South Carolina to around America."


Smile Patriots, You’re On Big Brother’s Crime Cameras
Wednesday, 02 March 2011 13:13 Written by

Jeff Crouere-Louisiana PoliticsThe police state is alive in well in the United States of America. At airports, travelers are subjected to naked body scanners and groping from TSA agents. The Patriot Act was just renewed for several more months, despite concerns from civil libertarians among others.


Everyday, more surveillance cameras are installed in communities throughout this nation. Government officials are spying on citizens in the name of fighting crime. Despite the invasive nature of the cameras, violent crime is still a major problem in many of the cities with a large number of cameras. For example, while New Orleans utilized crime cameras in many neighborhoods, the city was named the Murder Capital of the nation.

Louisiana Politics:Reapportionment, Unions, Minority Access, Wisconsin
Wednesday, 02 March 2011 12:14 Written by


What to look for with redistricting?

US Senate Approves Temporary Funding, Bill Sent To Obama
Wednesday, 02 March 2011 10:52 Written by

The US Senate on Wednesday voted to extend government funding for two weeks and is sending the legislation to President Obama to be signed into law.

Kevin Mawae, Drew Brees In NFL Mediation As Lockout Looms
Wednesday, 02 March 2011 10:38 Written by

Wednesday's mediated session between the NFL and the NFLPA has brought out the big guns, at least on the players' side.

For the first time in the negations, NFLPA Kevin Mawae and New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees will be attendance.

New Orleans Saints: Shaun Rogers, Garrett Hartley, Drew Brees
Wednesday, 02 March 2011 08:52 Written by

Ed Staton-Louisiana SportsThe Saints have signed free agent defensive tackle Shaun Rogers to a one-year deal, the team announced on Tuesday. The Saints also announced that after a season in which the team apparently considered getting rid of kicker Garrett Hartley, the Saints decided to keep him around, possibly for  a lot longer.

Hartley and the Saints have agreed to terms on a five-year deal. Hartley would have been a restricted free agent without the new deal. Terms are not yet known.

Wisconsin Shows US, State Politicians Laboring Over House Of Cards
Tuesday, 01 March 2011 17:59 Written by

Lawrence ChehardyThe budget deficit in Washington is legendary.  Nearly $15 trillion in debt and still climbing.  What has alarmed many Americans is they have now discovered the poor fiscal shape that the states are in.  And unlike the federal government, the states cannot print money.

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