Again, Republican Sen. David Vitter, candidate for governor in 2015, has demonstrated that he remains best equipped among Louisiana politicians to navigate the changing political culture of the state for electoral purposes.
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Much has been written recently about the awesome growth of the petrochemical industry in Louisiana, over the past few years.
But, there's another industry that has taken center stage. The Industry of Entertainment.
So, Louisiana's Governor Bobby Jindal was for Common Core before he was against it. And, as Bob Mann pointed out in his blog, David Vitter was against Common Core--until he was for it.
Holy flop-flip. Or, is it flip flop?
It’s amazing how much you can learn about the local team by reading out of town sources. Did you know the Saints’ defense was cutting edge and on the verge of setting a new standard among NFL ball-hawkers and pigskin pilferers? Neither did I until I read a story in Friday’s Wall Street Journal titled “The Future of Defense in the NFL." With offensive output, as measured by total yards gained, increasing steadily the past three years, something had to be done to curb the trend of offensive domination. And that something is about to hatch in Who Dat Nation.
As Congress gets ready to embark on their five week vacation, President Obama readies his family for their 16 day Martha’s Vineyard summer trip. This has become an annual event for the Obama family and it gives the President more opportunities for his favorite activities such as biking and golfing. Who knows the full extent of Vice President Joe Biden’s summer vacation, but no doubt the agenda will include skinny dipping. According to Ron Kessler, in his new book, “The First Family Detail,” Biden enjoys naked swimming, to the consternation of the female Secret Service agents assigned to protect him.
According to the Jindal Administration, today, Business Facilities magazine named Louisiana the No. 1 business climate in the U.S., the first time Louisiana has topped a national ranking of state business climates.
Today’s edition of Louisiana politics shorts focuses upon:
Tweets: John Maginnis, new laws going into effect and Vance McAllister
Louisiana Education scores highest ever, Multi-Chem and Louisiana fines (or lack of them), Urban League and Marc Morial, and LABI against the EPA regs