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Debating Mary Landrieu's house: A Louisiana US Senate campaign issue?

Thursday, 04 September 2014 15:52 Written by

capitol-dcMary Landrieu and her husband might own a two million-plus Washington DC home but her return to it, as a US Senator, next year, is no certainty.  One of the controveries surrounding her re-election campaign is whether she lives in Louisiana.

 

Jeff Crouere of WGSO Radio and Stephen Sabludowsky of Bayoubuzz.com debated this issue during this week's radio-Google Hangout webcast.  Here is the transcript and below is the video:

Edmonson meeting and all in Jindal political family
Thursday, 04 September 2014 15:39 Written by

edmonson2by Tom Aswell, PUblisher of Louisiana Voice

If anyone has any hopes that the matter of the Edmonson Amendment will be resolved Thursday when the Louisiana State Police Retirement System (LSPRS) Board meets, it might be worth your while to consider a few developments in the Department of Public Safety (DPS) on the watch of Superintendent of State Police Mike Edmonson, aka “Precious.”

Landrieu close, Maness surges, GOP claims foolish
Wednesday, 03 September 2014 16:18 Written by

landrieu-tea-partyLandrieu nears 50%
    Usually, a poll conducted on the U.S. Senate race by a conservative entity is not good news for incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, who is seeking a fourth six-year term.
    Not so in the case of a recent survey by the Senate Conservatives Fund (SCF). It describes itself “as a grassroots organization dedicated to electing strong conservative leaders to the United States Senate. We do not support liberal Republicans and we're not affiliated with the Republican Party or any of its campaign committees.”

Planless Obama, Homeless Landrieu, Coreless Jindal
Wednesday, 03 September 2014 15:49 Written by

leadershipClueless Obama 

Does Barack Obama have a clue?  Another American is murdered by ISIS, and the president does not have a plan!  Come on, Mr. President.  These murderous acts of war against the United States and the victims of these terrible acts deserve strong, swift, and deadly consequences inflicted on the perpetrator, ISIS.  How long will the United States wait to respond?

Jindal blasts Alford's "myth" column about governor's healthcare reforms
Tuesday, 02 September 2014 15:37 Written by

jindal-angryOn Tuesday afternoon, Governor Jindal's office sent out this email to "set the record straight" regarding a column in the Times Picayune and elsewhere, written by Jeremy Alford on the issue of healthcare reform.

Below is the "setting the record straight" comments by the Jindal administration:

New Orleans citizens use own hands, guns to fight crime
Tuesday, 02 September 2014 14:42 Written by

CRIME-SCENEIn the past week, two New Orleans residents have been arrested for shooting criminals. The latest case occurred on Monday in Mid-City when Martynenez Grigsby shot an intruder who tried to illegally enter her apartment. She was arrested for one count of aggravated battery after police said she refused to cooperate. Last week, Pastor Willie Littleton of Algiers was arrested for shooting a man accused of stealing cooper from an air conditioning unit outside of his church. 

Mary Landrieu's House of Cards
Friday, 29 August 2014 13:04 Written by

card-houseThis election has been most difficult one ever for incumbent U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA). She is humorously known as “landslide Landrieu” for winning close elections, but she has not been known for making campaign mistakes. Usually, she has run brilliant campaigns, pulling out close victories over Republican opponents. It has been particularly impressive since Louisiana is a conservative state and has been trending Republican for decades.

LFT: Supreme Showdown on Jindal’s education reform
Friday, 29 August 2014 12:52

the-louisaina-supreme-court-buildingWhile the Governor's focus, as of late, has been on a different legal matter, Common Core, Bobby Jindal's primary education achievement, his education reform will meet its sternest test--the Louisiana Supreme Court.

Katrina memories: New Orleans, Louisiana, Coast did rise again
Friday, 29 August 2014 11:52 Written by

katrina-31st-columnWe all have our Hurricane Katrina memories.  On the 9th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, many of us who believe that the Katrina experience remade our realities, like no other event in our collective lifetimes, look back.

I am no different.

Race discord like Trayvon Martin, Ferguson can occur in Louisiana?
Thursday, 28 August 2014 13:49 Written by

trayvonby Jim Brown

Is the Ferguson, Missouri community unique in its inability to deal with a troubling death with still unanswered questions?  Of course not. Ferguson is any town when reason disintegrates into the chaos of aggressive confrontation.

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