Malcolm Jenkins, certainly New Orleans Saints are better with Brees testing Spagnuolo

Tuesday, 22 May 2012 05:05 Written by

SpagnuoloWith the New Orleans Saints undergoing a major disruption this off-season due to bountygate and the non-signing of quarterback, mark another one down as the defense is learning a new system under  defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo. 

But, according to one Saint, Brees absence actually comes at a good time—certainly not the position of most Saints fans. 

Defensive back, Malcolm Jenkins believes it will be easier to learn the defense without Brees there picking it apart at will.

New Orleans Saints Defense Minus Gregg Williams, Payton Needs Big Push
Friday, 18 May 2012 01:21 Written by

gregg-williamsSean Payton knew he needed a better defensive coordinator to get to a Super Bowl, so he hired Gregg Williams.

Williams' gambling system worked wonders and the Saints won the Super Bowl after the 2009 season.  But defensive breakdowns were the main reasons the Saints lost a playoff game at Seattle in the 2010 season and dropped a playoff game at San Francisco last season.

Williams' defenses gambled and in 2009 produced a lot of turnovers, but not the two following seasons.

Crazy Birther Claims About Obama-Kenya Tie Get Booklet Support
Friday, 18 May 2012 08:34 Written by

obama-smileThe so-called fringe group, the “birthers” have now been vindicated. It seems it is not so crazy that so many Americans believe that Barack Obama was born in Kenya, not Hawaii.  

Yesterday, it was revealed by Breitbart.com that the former literary agent for Barack Obama listed his birthplace as Kenya as far back as 1991. The notation was discovered in an informational booklet that promoted the authors associated with Acton and Dystel, an agency representing authors. Back in 1991, Obama was working on his first book, but it was never finished. Years later, he did write two books and continued to be represented by Acton and Dystel. The Kenyan birth description remained in his official biography until April of 2007, two months before Obama announced his campaign for President.  

Loomis Benson Say Saints-Brees Contract will get done
Thursday, 17 May 2012 22:19 Written by

brees-panthersTom Benson and Mickey Loomis talked about Drew Brees contract negotiations today.  Here are some tweets:

Tom Benson and Mickey Loomis talk Drew Brees contract

Louisiana legislation could erase a bad legacy on landowner lawsuits
Friday, 18 May 2012 07:46 Written by

legal-gavel2Last February, Louisiana’s Department of Natural Resources issued a report to the Legislature which focused on several issues, but mainly on the timely remediation of contamination of the state’s oilfield sites.  That report tracked the history of “legacy lawsuits” which have been filed as well as legislative efforts to assure that the properties are cleaned up to a set of state standards. 

It was evident that the most recent leg

Catholic bishops gone too far with their orders
Thursday, 17 May 2012 19:08 Written by

history-world2the bishops of the american catholic church are at the vanguard of the teabag political movement, marching in lockstep with their fellow evangelical fascists who want to control every aspect of people’s personal lives. they don’t want to pay for their employees’ health care like everyone else, yet they want to mandate, by law, for everyone else how to maintain the sanctity of their sperm and ovaries. it’s called hypocrisy.

Too big to fail J.P. Morgan Chase bets, taxpayers fret
Thursday, 17 May 2012 23:16 Written by

taxpayer-screwedI drive each day by my local bank.  It’s a Chase branch of J.P. Morgan.  I don’t have much to save, but I count on my bank to invest my money.  Not bet my hard earned dollars, but invest it.  If I want to gamble for winnings, I’ll take my chances on the red and the black at a casino. I don’t need or want my bank to lay down a bet on some complicated credit default swap or other exotic roll of the financial dice.  But that’s exactly what Chase has been doing with my money.  They have taken a big hit.  And I’m not happy.

Romney and Jindal: The no tea for two team
Tuesday, 15 May 2012 23:20 Written by

jindals-book2On my nightly cruise of the news talk shows of Fox, CNN and MSNBC, I happened to sit a spell watching a discussion on the latter’s network about the possibilities of our own Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal for Romney’s veep choice.

I have frequently seen Jindal on Fox news chiming in on national issues such as how miserable President Obama is doing as President and how Rick Perry, sorry, Mitt Romney is such a great choice.

Louisiana Business: Costco and New Orleans, LPO, Fidelity, Coventry
Thursday, 17 May 2012 09:17

louisianaFidelity Announces Concerts in the Park: Swing in the Park with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra 

Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra (LPO) with David Torns, conductor  and Fidelity’s Bank have announced that on  Wednesday, May 23, 6:00-8:30 p.m. (rain date:Thursday, May 24, 6:00 p.m.)  there will be music at Lafreniere Park under the gazebo on the center island of the Park.

Louisiana Politics: Vitter, Salazar, Scalise and New Orleans School Board
Thursday, 17 May 2012 08:09

salazar1What's happening in the world of politics, news releases and e-notices?

The latest from Senator David Vitter,  Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, Orleans Parish schools, Steve Scalise and more


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