Tuesday morning and it was time to discuss local and national politics on WGSO 990 AM and Bayoubuzz.com as the radio station's talk show host Jeff Crouere and Bayoubuzz's Stephen Sabludowsky exchanged comments and banter.
Robin Williams, the actor, the comedian is dead at 63.
Oscar-winning actor and comic Robin Williams is dead, from an apparent suicide according to the Marin County Sheriff's Department confirmed.
The nightmare at the border shows no sign of abating anytime soon. Thousands of illegal aliens, including children, have crossed the border this year.
This year has seen a massive spike in unaccompanied children crossing the border illegally. Not surprisingly, 90 percent of the illegal minors do not show up for their court hearings and prefer to escape onto the streets of this country, knowing there is very little chance they will ever be deported.
by Jim Brown
Forty years ago this week, Richard Nixon became the first and only president to resign from office. Those of you too young to remember the events surrounding Watergate missed one of the most riveting episodes of American history. Nixon survived a number of bitter political fights, but he had always been able to bounce back. However, it was his own words in secret recordings that he personally authorized in the Oval Office that finally led to his downfall.
Qualifying in only two weeks away for election in the Congressional 5th and 6th Districts and for US Senate race. Tea Party favorite Rob Maness is blasting GOP-favorite Bill Cassidy for "ducking"debates. US Senator Mary Landrieu, running for re-election will be featured tomorrow as the Louisiana Democrats host their annual dinner.
Why is Louisiana's business climate so hot, yet, we we cold-shoulder in building the future?
Recently, it was announced that Business Facilities has ranked Louisiana as No. 1 in the nation for being "business-friendly. But, according to another report just published by Akamai, the state is second to last in one of the most critical and essential components needed for for current and future economic growth--Internet speed.
First published on CenLamar.com
In the late 1950s, Louisiana Governor Earl K. Long once said that the state’s attorney general didn’t know the difference between a jumpsuit and a lawsuit. “If you want to hide something from Jack Gremillion,” he said, “put it in a law book.”
(Republished from LouisianaVoice.com)
The seventh floor of the Bienville Building on North 4th Street in Baton Rouge became a beehive of activity recently when employees of a temporary personnel service moved in to begin shredding “tons of documents,” according to an employee of the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH).
Did the federal government, specifically, the Obama administration, engage in a “scheme “ in support of the implementation of Common Core that violates not only Louisiana government procurement law, but the state’s control over educational curricula.