Back to the Louisiana Supreme Court again
Jindal responded to Judge Michael Caldwell's ruling on Act 1 of his Education reform law after the judge announced Wednesday morning that Gov. Bobby Jindal's revamp of teacher tenure and salary laws are still unconstitutional.
Judge Michael Caldwell issued his decision Wednesday.
Governor Bobby Jindal issued the following statement regarding the court ruling on Act 1.
Can Mitch Landrieu, the present Mayor of New Orleans lose to an underfunded, relatively unknown former Civil Court Judge, who has just publically started his political campaign for the top job in the city?
How does John Georges view the New Orleans’s mayor’s race 2014?
In 2010, as a private businessman, Georges ran for Mayor of New Orleans along with others but was defeated by current Mayor Mitch Landrieu.
Speaking of the governor’s race...
A new statewide survey on the governor’s race, conducted betweenNovember 12-14 and leaked to LaPolitics.com had some interesting results. It was conducted among 800 likely voters and has a margin of error of 3.5%.
Prisoner #03128-095 didn’t win several city council, state Senate, congressional, and gubernatorial elections because he was a political dunce. But he does like attention. Hence, we get media commentary about his running for the Sixth Congressional District office despite that he never will do it.
This week, Ford unveiled its vision of the future – a prototype for an autonomous vehicle based on the Ford Fusion Hybrid. The company will be using the vehicle as part of a research program that it hopes will lead to it launching a driverless car to market by 2025. Ford is working with the University of Michigan and the insurance firm State Farm on the initiative, which is intended to catapult Ford into the lead in the race to bring driverless cars to the mass market.
It's January 6 and it is business and politics as unusual.
For many, today marks the beginning of the first full week of work for the year of 2014. It also represents the first full week of politics, especially here in Louisiana.
To show the importance of the future of New Orleans and possibly to offset the impact of campaign money reportedly coming in from outside Republican sources to help defeat Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu, President Barack Obama has stepped into the mayoral political ring and has endorsed current Mayor Mitch Landrieu in his bid for a second term.
Last week, Christmas week, the Daily Mail treated us to a plethora of photographs of a thoughtful-looking Prince Charles, a subdued-looking Camilla, pretty in soft blues, a very pregnant Zara Phillips, a scruffy-but dashing Prince Harry just back from the Antarctic, Princesses Beatrice in an odd-looking coat, the Queen in minki-mink, and...and....and...