It’s been a bad two hair days for Senator David Vitter, who of course, is running for Louisiana Governor for tomorrow's election.
Some are saying he is the victim of last-minute campaign tricks and perhaps he has been.
But, if so, maybe the ones perpetrating all of these dirty tricks are not just those on the other side of the vs. Vitter.
Even though a new Quinnipiac University poll showed Dr. Ben Carson with a lead in Iowa, Donald Trump is still leading in every national poll on the GOP presidential race. Four months after he announced for President, Trump has defied the political professionals to claim the unquestioned lead.
Op-Ed by Mike Malak
Michael Turner, (R) Ohio, Chairman, convened his House Armed Services Subcommittee on Tactical Air and Land Forces to review continued flight-testing of the JTF Lockheed F-35, designed to replace the aged A-10. The Committee considered engineering details, including altering the plane’s ejection seat weight tolerances to permit more female pilots to safely fly the aircraft. This change would further the U.S. military’s goal of more gender inclusive combat berths in all services. Testimony revealed other countries, also, want to integrating women into one of the most challenging of all wartime roles, defensive and offensive air-to-air-combat in state of the art hardware.
by Jim Brown
In the numerous gubernatorial debates that have taken place over the past year, candidates have been asked time and time again what they will do about the massive fiscal debt that continues to grow. How will they fill the financial hole that some say will approach two billion dollars in the coming year?
This week, the usual suspects slammed me after my posting two articles that dealt with the David Vitter scandal issue. Article one was an opinion piece by LouisianaVoice, which focused upon whether Vitter has not been debating because of his concern about his “sex scandal issue”.
Defying the expectation that after seven televised debates viewers possibly could learn anything new about Public Service Commissioner Scott Angelle, Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne, and state Rep. John Bel Edwards, they did: in tonight’s edition, they learned why each by way of personality is unsuitable to be governor of Louisiana.
The 2015 race for Governor of Louisiana will make history and not in a good way. Since Governor Bobby Jindal is term limited, the race is wide open with no incumbent running. In the past such elections have generated plenty of serious candidates with big war chests and lots of voter interest.
The Republican Governor's Association, which has attacked Democrat Jon Bel Edwards with over a million dollars of commercials in the final week of the campaign has launched an email campaign, slamming Edwards and linking him to VP Joe Biden's comments today. Here is the email: