by Mike Malak
In the early 1970’s, Howard W. Koch, former President of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and father of a subsequent Academy President, Hawk Koch, gave a filmed interview at Santa Anita Racetrack while a groom walked one of his winning thoroughbreds. Koch was asked to describe the future of film. Forty years later his responses to that request have proven him prescient.
During the recent “No-Go Zones” controversy, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal cited Ambassador John Bolton’s name in support of the governor’s assertions--that these zones do exist.
Last week, former US Ambassador, John Bolton, announced that he was supporting U.S. Senator David Vitter for Louisiana Governor and that his PAC, John Bolton PAC, would contribute ten thousand dollars to the Vitter campaign for governor.
by Jim Brown
It’s going to take a lot more than old emails to derail Hillary Clinton’s grasp of the Democratic presidential nomination next year. Few voters really care how she communicated with her staff while serving as Secretary of State. Republicans think they are circling the wagons in major attack mode. But if they look in their own backyard, a number of GOP presidential wannabes, including Louisiana’s fair haired quixotic candidate Bobby Jindal, have the same problem of not following the law when it comes to producing emails.
What are Ambassador John Bolton’s plans for the upcoming Presidential elections 2016? It had been reported that he has helped Bobby Jindal in the area of foreign policy. Will he continue doing so, should Jindal decide to formally declare his candidacy for the nation’s highest job?
The first two months of the new Republican Congress has been extremely disappointing. The only significant accomplishment has been the passage of the Keystone Pipeline bill. Unfortunately, when the Republicans caved on the issue of executive amnesty, it sent a strong signal to conservatives across the country that the party will not stop the radical agenda of President Obama.
Is Louisiana “exhibit 1” to prove that “trickle down” economics just might not work—at least in this state, at this particular time-- with a canyon-like $1.6 billion budget deficit hole to fill?
Yeah, we know. We have to narrow that down a bit.
We already know about his ethical and moral problems. But more specifically, he has a major constitutional problem.