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Louisiana cities vs. New York City comparisons: Happy feet and F's

Thursday, 11 September 2014 09:29

happyby Jim Brown

Bayou State residents are well aware that Louisiana is a pleasant place to live.  Some would sarcastically say that we are fat, dumb, and happy down here in the deepest of the deep southern states.  The state motto is, after all, Laissez les bons temps rouler.  For you out of staters, that’s pronounced Lay say lay bohn tohn roo lay, and means “let the good time roll.”  So it should be no surprise to the locals that in a survey of 100 cities listed as the happiest, and published by the U. S. National Bureau of Economic Research, Louisiana walked away with the top rankings. 

Rob Maness: Remembering 9/11 at the Pentagon
Wednesday, 10 September 2014 16:04

manessWhat the Pentagon was Like on 9/11

By Col. Rob Maness (USAF-ret.) 

There is not a person in this country who hasn’t time and again replayed the horrible visions of September 11, 2001 in their mind.   

Landrieu: Cassidy rejects debates; Democrats slam Jindal's economy
Wednesday, 10 September 2014 15:49

Empty-Chair

The Landrieu US Senate campaign and the National Democratic Committee have respectively taken issue with two of the highest-profile Republican officials, Congressman Bill Cassidy and Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal.

Not only is there a debate over how many debates the Louisiana voters will see on TV for the US Senate race, there seems to be somewhat of a debate over whether Congressman Cassidy accepted any debate.

 

9th Rising Tide NOLA: Mark Moseley, founder, discusses Saturday's event
Wednesday, 10 September 2014 14:57 Written by

 risingtidePerhaps one of the more creative opportunities arising from the weathered ruins and the waters of Hurricane Katrina is a vessel of energy and talent called Rising Tide NOLA.

The Rising Tide is an event founded by blogger Mark Moseley, who publishes Your Right Hand Thief blog.

Democrats, Maness slam Cassidy for Plantation remark
Tuesday, 09 September 2014 13:56 Written by

harry-reidWord to the wise.

If you are in the world of politics, don’t use the word slave, plantation and surely not the N-word.

One would have thought that Republican Congressman Bill Cassidy would have learned from his prior mistake.  Apparently not. 

Ray Rice slug batters NFL, Goodell's lenient penalty system
Tuesday, 09 September 2014 13:06 Written by

Jonathan-Vilma-restaurant-no-Roger-GoodellIt should not have taken a new elevator video for the NFL to indefinitely suspend running back Ray Rice. It should have happened after the first video was released of Rice dragging his unconscious girlfriend, Janay Palmer, from a casino elevator. At that time, it should have been apparent to everyone that Rice punched his girlfriend since she walked into the elevator, but was dragged out.

The Beatles; New Orleans 14th best for Hispanics; BRAC; Biotech; South Coast
Tuesday, 09 September 2014 11:57

helpLouisiana business news buzz for today: New Orleans 14th best for Hispanics, The Beatles in New Orleans anniversary,  BRAC, South Coast Capital, New Orleans Biotech--right off the press (releases)

Treasurer Kennedy: Solutions for Louisiana schools disciplinary issues
Tuesday, 09 September 2014 11:41 Written by

kennedy-officeby John Kennedy, Louisiana Treasurer

At least three times a year, I clear my calendar and volunteer to substitute teach. I try to head back to the classroom on a regular basis-not because I need a crash course on the Pythagorean Theorem or the latest sixth grade gossip-but because I want to know what it's like to stand in front of students and help them learn.

Cassidy ethics complaint; Landrieu survives; No Jindal, Duck Dynasty magic
Tuesday, 09 September 2014 11:30 Written by

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Landrieu survives challenge
    Some politicos and political journalists are beginning to believe that the GOP feels they only way they can defeat incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen.  Mary Landrieu is to have her removed from the November 4 ballot.  That strategy did not work.

Postcard to Nagin, Edwards, GOP elated, Vitter, Jindal and Common Core
Monday, 08 September 2014 14:33

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Nagin's postcard

It is now official. Former New Orleans Mayor C. Ray Nagin is now in custody for his federal corruption conviction.  He is set to be released in ten years, but, it could be less, for good time.

No doubt, many in New Orleans are glad to see him behind bars.

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