It was the interception seen around the world. On Sunday at the Superdome, as the Saints were losing their second game in a row, Bengals Tight End Jermaine Gresham scored a touchdown. After the catch, Gresham attempted to give the football to Bengals fan Christa Barrett. Sadly, the ball was rudely stolen by a Saints season ticket holder, 70-year old Tony Williams, who elbowed Barrett in the face in the process.
How politically convenient is the timing of the debate in the US Senate today regarding an issue very important to Louisiana and to many of the “Red” Republican states who support the Keystone Pipeline construction?
That is an issue raised during today’s Senate debate.
Like herpes, the Patient Protection and (Un)Affordable Care Act, known derisively as “Obamacare,” is the gift that keeps on giving, this time threatening to bring additional injury to Louisiana taxpayers over salary payments to teachers.
by Lou Gehrig Burnett, Publisher of Fax Net
Much of the drama evaporated from the Louisiana U.S. Senate race after Republicans gained control of the Senate in elections held on November 4.
The good people of Alabama need not fear the corruptive influence of former Gov. Donald Siegelman. Women and children may emerge from hiding, confident they are now safe and no longer must be protected from his treachery.
The Louisiana Democratic Party has released a video that compares the record of President Barack Obama and that of Bobby Jindal while linking the Louisiana Governor to the Republican US Senate candidate Bill Cassidy.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal had his chance to shine on Meet The Press. What did the media say about his appearance his first with Chuck Todd? Here is a short mix of some of the good, the bad and the factual.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal was a big hit on Sunday’s NBC’s “Meet the Press” as he jousted over Obamacare and Medicaid expansion among a variety of topics.
As hard as he might have tried, the new moderator Chuck Todd was no match for the elusive governor. Jindal, knows his talking points and very few, if any, can even come close to taking on the prayer-full two term Republican governor who is eyeing the presidency.