For generations, the people of New Orleans have dealt with an out of control crime problem. The city has regularly been listed as the Murder Capital of the nation. Certain neighborhoods in New Orleans always seem to be crime hot spots. Sadly, this crime epidemic has now spread to our tourist areas.
The Kissing Congressman Vance McAllister announced on Monday that he was not going to kiss-off chances of his becoming a one-year Congrressman. Reversing a prior public decision, McAllister announced he wanted the people to decide on whether he deserves another chance in US Congress.
by Ron Chapman
President Obama has already set a record with twenty unanimous Supreme Court decisions against his administration among other simple majority rejections. One would think he would re-appraise his approach to governance and recognize that he may be over-extending the constitutional limits of Presidential power.
The news just keeps getting worse for Superintendent of Education John White.
Gov. Bobby Jindal has put White on a short leash with Executive Order BJ 2014-7 on June 18 and last Wednesday (June 25) Internal Audit Administrator Marsha Guidry issued an extensive laundry list of documents information relating to the Department of Education’s (DOE) contract with Data Recognition Corp.
Another 6th District poll
On the heels of the poll we reported on last week on the race for the 6th District Congressional seat being vacated by Republican U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy, comes another one.
After the very controversial Hobby Lobby case in which the US Supreme Court ruled against a provision in the Affordable Care Act challenged by Hobby Lobby, various politicians, organizations and pundits have spoken out to praise or condemn the court's ruling.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, who has been on campaign tours for US President candidacy promoting the theme of religious liberty, issued this statement today after the US Supreme Court ruled on a controversial Obamacare provision involving Hobby Lobby:
On Tuesday night, long time incumbent U.S. Senator Thad Cochran (R-MS) defeated Tea Party challenger Chris McDaniel in the GOP Senate primary by a mere 6,800 votes. This razor thin margin was due to an influx of Democrats who entered the Republican primary to vote for Cochran.
Fat City, Inc. hires new project manager; Laney Chouest appointed to Board of Commissioners of the Port of New Orleans; Farm to Table Symposium program; and more. These are the latest business news.
Governor Jindal makes national news again; Mary Landrieu and Glenn Curtis attend Louisiana Challenge Champions Gala; Alliance for Retired Americans grade Cassidy and Landrieu; and more. These are the latest political news.