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The day Louisiana Pride died

Thursday, 09 October 2014 09:13 Written by

louisiana-trashOne of the biggest priorities facing Louisiana’s next governor is the challenge of re-instilling pride in the attitudes of many Louisianans. Government can only do so much. But a governor can be a catalyst in raising the public’s expectations.

Leona Helmsley tales for Pippa, Carole and the George Clooney’s
Wednesday, 08 October 2014 20:35 Written by

helmsleyAfter their big, fat Venetian wedding, newlyweds George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin are reported to have honeymooned at home.

No debate over LAGOP's chutzpah and Cassidy's silence
Wednesday, 08 October 2014 15:39 Written by

 politics-money-speakChutzpah.

The debate over the Louisiana US Senate race debates, or lack of them, or no shows continues.  So, does the political chutzpah.

Non-gay FRC, Landrieu guns, Louisiana workforce, Jindal and Common Cause
Wednesday, 08 October 2014 13:51 Written by

campaign-cashToday’s Louisiana political round-up:

Jindal blasts Superintendent White,  get your Orleans Parish voters guide,  poor Louisiana, the Vets go political, Pelican Institute discusses Louisiana workforce,  Family Research Council not very gay about the US Supreme Court’s recent marriage decision, the LAGOP wants to set Landrieu’s Amnesty record straight and Senator Mary Landrieu is gunning for dishonest commercials.

Jindal freezes state pay but inner circle raises skyrocket
Wednesday, 08 October 2014 12:58 Written by

jindal-ethicsby Tom Aswell, Publisher of the Louisiana Voice

Administration may have been thwarted in sneaking through an amendment giving State Police Superintendent Mike Edmonson an extra $55,000 per year in retirement income but pay raises for at least 29 mostly unclassified employees could mean additional liabilities of $25 million to $42 million over 20-30 years for the Louisiana State Employee Retirement System (LASERS), LouisianaVoice has learned.

End Landrieu's US Senate sorority membership, now at full brew?
Wednesday, 08 October 2014 12:35 Written by

landrieu-mary-youngWhat has allowed Sen. Mary Landrieu to hang on in the U.S. Senate swimming against a stronger and stronger current is exactly the same thing that most likely will end her elected political career this year.

Louisiana poll: US Senate, next governor, Obama, Jindal's popularity
Tuesday, 07 October 2014 12:57 Written by

jindal-obamaby Lou Gehrig burnett, Publisher of Fax-Net

Senate race: neck-and-neck
    A new poll on the Louisiana U.S. Senate race by Public Policy Polling (PPP) reveals a neck-and-neck  race between incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu and Republican challenger U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy.

New Orleans crime gone batty with political correctness in air
Tuesday, 07 October 2014 12:29 Written by

CRIME-SCENE For years liberals like New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu have been advocating programs such as midnight basketball as ways to reduce crime. Supposedly, young people with no ambition, moral values or job will be turned away from crime by the opportunity to shoot hoops. It sounds ridiculous, and, of course, it does not work, but the program helps the liberals feel good about what they are doing to fight the crime problem in New Orleans.   

Jindal blasts Obama while Louisiana employee insurance failing
Tuesday, 07 October 2014 12:03 Written by

appropriationsby Tom Aswell, Publisher of Louisiana Voice

You have to hand it to Commissioner of Administration Kristy Kreme Nichols. When she has something to do, she is completely One Direction-al about it.

As the minutes ticked by during the House Appropriations Committee’s seven-hour hearing on the Office of Group Benefits on Sept. 25, and as Division of Administration (DOA) Executive Counsel Liz Murrill and the rest of the DOA pack occupied themselves by texting during heart-wrenching testimony from those who will be adversely affected by rising deductibles and co-pays, Kristy fidgeted.

Maness: Paying for pre-existing conditions coverage, medicare vs. Obamacare
Tuesday, 07 October 2014 10:52 Written by

 Health reformLouisiana US Senate race is only one month away.  On Monday, Bayoubuzz published the first of a multi-part interview with Tea Party candidate Rob Maness, who is running against Democrat Mary Landrieu and fellow Republican Bill Cassidy. 

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