Black clergy defiant against Same Sex; Hollis for Vitter; Trumping

Monday, 13 July 2015 14:20

gay-supremesWhile the debate over same-sex marriage is over right now in the US Supreme Court, it surely has shelf-life in the polls and the voices throughout America.

Iowa, GOP debate polls shows Jindal at 12th, 13th respectively
Monday, 13 July 2015 14:03 Written by

jindal-cavutoby Lou Gehrig Burnett, Publisher of Fax-Net
The important Iowa vote
    The Republican caucus vote in Iowa can sometimes make or break a candidate's bid for his or her party’s presidential nomination.  While it’s not the end-all for candidates, the vote gives an indication of who the front-runners are in the early stages of the campaign.

Taking a gander at Jindal’s, Clinton’s and Landrieu’s email goose
Monday, 13 July 2015 13:29

geeseWhy would a government official use personal or private email services for public, governmental business?

This is an issue being raised throughout the nation particularly after it was disclosed that Hillary Clinton used a private home server for her Secretary of State business.

Louisiana State Police communications head moves to Jindal detail
Friday, 10 July 2015 15:31

jindals-book2With Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal on the Iowa and New Hampshire roads for his presidential election campaign and with the Louisiana citizens paying the state police entourage freight and other expenses, the governor has just announced an interesting change of personnel.    The governor has been away for almost half of his time in office this year.  Last year, the state paid for the governor's state police service to the tune of over $2 million.  This from Governor Jindal's press office.

Time to raise the confederate flag and may the statues rise again
Friday, 10 July 2015 14:58 Written by

leeI am finally convinced that all of this debate and hoopla over confederate flags and monuments is really a free-speech opportunity that this oountry should behold, not fold.

Ariana Grande, Kid Rock: Flagging two faces of America's culture
Friday, 10 July 2015 13:50 Written by

Kid Rock Dec 2013This week, two major music stars made national news. Pop sensation Ariana Grande insulted the country when she was captured on video at a doughnut shop saying “I hate Americans, I hate America.” Grande was upset that a store employee showed her doughnuts decorated in patriotic colors and called them “disgusting.” To make matters worse, Grande was also captured on video licking the doughnuts when no one was behind the counter.

Summer Parties; LaGOP slap Peterson; Dems snip at Jindal, Vitter
Friday, 10 July 2015 12:28 Written by

dems-gopNow that the Louisiana legislative process is almost over and the election season is in its summer heat, the Louisiana Democratic Party and the Louisiana Republican Parties are beginning to heat up their campaign machines for the upcoming big election push.

Looking for Jindal administration's public email on private servers
Friday, 10 July 2015 10:55 Written by

lamar-letter 3by Lamar White, Publisher of Cenlamar.com
Four days ago, Gov. Bobby Jindal publicly excoriated Hillary Clinton on Twitter, accusing her of concealing her e-mails from the American public and implying that she had compromised national security by utilizing an e-mail server maintained from her home.

New Orleans lays tracks, JEDCO issues report, BRAC names speakers
Tuesday, 07 July 2015 12:11 Written by

new-orleans-tourismLouisiana bizzy news for today: New Orleaans laying tracks, Jefferson Parish JEDCO report, Baton Rouge Chamber (BRAC): 

Just a week after the fireworks of the Fourth of July and the entertainment of Essence Fest, the Regional Transit Authority will mark a major milestone in the North Rampart Street/St. Claude Avenue Streetcar Project.

New Orleans crime wave heats as Landrieu waves at confederate symbols
Tuesday, 07 July 2015 11:55

mitchby Jeff Crouere
While Mayor Mitch Landrieu is worried about tearing down a 130-year old statue among other historical monuments, the city of New Orleans continues to be awash in criminal activity. Over the July 4th weekend, there was another series of shootings, robberies and rapes that confirmed New Orleans continues to be one of the most violent cities in the nation.


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