Dardenne's, Nungesser's First Acts If Voted Louisiana Lt. Governor

Wednesday, 28 September 2011 13:19 Written by

Nungesser-DardenneWhat would candidates Billy Nungesser or incumbent Lt. Governor Jay Dardenne do first if elected to the job of Lt. Governor this fall:

The two candidates were asked this question at a recent forum debate in front of the Alliance for good Government debate. 

Friends Of Bobby Jindal And The Sweet Youth Of Louisiana Politics
Wednesday, 28 September 2011 11:27 Written by

JindalOn a quiet week-day morning at the home office a few months ago came a knock at the door and, with it, my first personal contact with the great non-campaign of 2011. It was a college-student volunteer for Gov. Bobby Jindal, canvassing the neighborhood to spread the good word and to ask if the governor can count on my support and, also, if I wanted to volunteer for his campaign or just write him a check.

New Orleans Saints v. Jacksonville Jaguars: Hartley, Kasay, Injuries, Gleason
Wednesday, 28 September 2011 10:53 Written by


The Saints placed kicker Garrett Hartley on injured reserve on Tuesday, ending his season. They also cut DT Mitch King.

Hartley suffered a hip injury (hip flexor) in the preseason and it was believed to be a two-months injury.  He suffered a rehabilitation setback attempting to return too quickly. Surgery will not be required.
New Orleans Events:Celluloid Awards, Edith Stern Legacy Awards, Festigals, Photos
Tuesday, 27 September 2011 15:49 Written by

 Darlings readers,

Another wonderful week has gone by! The victory of the Saints against the Texans made it a very memorable one. What a great game!

Louisiana Lt. Governor Debate: Nungesser, Dardenne Talk Jobs
Tuesday, 27 September 2011 14:08 Written by

In this third segment of the debate for the Louisiana Lt. Governor’s spot between Plaquemines Parish President Billy Nungesser and Lt. Governor Jay Dardenne, the candidates were asked what can the Lt. Governor’s office do to create jobs that the Governor’s office is not doing.

Morgan Freeman Cries Race About Tea Party And Obama, Conservatives Cain Rebel
Tuesday, 27 September 2011 13:02 Written by

Freeman“Their (Tea Party) stated policy, publicly stated, is to do whatever it takes to see to it that Obama only serves one term. What’s, what does that, what underlines that? Screw the country. We’re going to whatever we do to get this black man, we can, we’re going to do whatever we can to get this black man outta here. …..It’s a racist thing.” Morgan Freeman, September 23, 2011, CNN interview with Piers Morgan.

Ex-New Orleans Saints Reggie Bush, Steve Gleason Making News
Tuesday, 27 September 2011 11:08 Written by
Reggie Bush was acquired by the Dolphins because of his big-play ability. For the second week in a row, that ability remained unused potential.  The Miami Herald reported Bush's most noteworthy contributions to the Dolphins' 17-16 loss to the Browns on Sunday were his pair of fumbles. He rushed for 24 yards on 11 carries and had one reception for 12 yards. "We're not executing," Bush told the Herald. "We're not making plays." Bush was abused when he tried to run inside Sunday. Dolphins coaches ran one toss sweep to isolate Bush's speed, but the play was snuffed out by the Browns. This is the second frustrating performance in a row by Bush."
New Orleans Saints v. Jacksonville: Payton Talks Jaguars, Texans
Tuesday, 27 September 2011 09:35 Written by

Sean PaytonIn Jacksonville, Jaguars fans are criticizing the team's offensive approach, particularly against the previously winless Carolina Panthers on Sunday. Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio said it may be time for an altered approach offensively. Del Rio is a former Saints linebacker and a member of Mike Ditka's coaching staff.

The Jaguars (1-2) ran 34 times and threw 21 passes in a 16-10 loss to the Panthers (1-2).  Rookie Blaine Gabbert made his first start at quarterback for the Jags and he was 12-of-21 for 139 yards and one touchdown with one interception.

Steve Gleason Gave New Orleans Saints Spark, Gives ALS His Life's Work
Monday, 26 September 2011 14:16 Written by

New OrleansOn September 25, 2006, ex-New Orleans Saints player Steve Gleason stoked a fire under his football team with a courageous block of a punt which ended up becoming a touchdown only minutes into a historic moment. That one play sparked a rag-tag orphan of a team which on that night was returning to a rehabilitated Superdome, post Katrina. The emotional Saints went on to beat the Atlanta Falcons on Monday night football in front of millions of television viewers.  It was a game that perhaps left more people with tears than cheers. Before then, people even wondered if this World’s Wonder of a building which housed thousands of Katrina refugees only the summer prior would ever be home to a professional team and certainly would not be the black and gold which had taken root in Oklahoma City.  Even some well-respected  voices openly shouted that the City of New Orleans was cursed, was too expensive to repair and should be forced to retire into oblivion

Gay Lieutenant Choi In New Orleans Tells Of Army Discharge Efforts After Maddow Show
Monday, 26 September 2011 13:35 Written by

lt. dan choi, icon of the "don't ask don't tell" repeal movement keynote address at forum for equality acclaim awards ceremony, new orleans September 24 

in an often humorous, moving and dramatic speech lt. dan choi made his first public address since the repeal of don't ask don't tell" went into effect, at the forum for equality acclaim awards ceremony honoring human and lgbt rights, in new orleans september 24.

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