Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is on the campaign trail today as he once again focuses upon President Obama’s administration.
As he has done previously, Jindal released position papers on healthcare and energy and now foreign policy.
by Ron Chapman
The New York Times published an article on Ebola the conclusion of which should send shock waves around the western world. Because of “Political Correctness” we are not preventing air travel from Western Africa. The net result of that will likely be the spread of Ebola throughout the world.
Tea Party candidate Colonel Rob Maness is a newcomer on the political scene. He consistently polls third holding down anywhere from high-single digits to mid-double digits in various recent surveys in the hotly-contested Louisiana US Senate race against Mary Landrieu and Bill Cassidy. However, in a recent CNN poll, in a two person contest against Mary Landrieu, Maness captured a whopping 38 percent against Landrieu's 38 percent strongly indicating if he were able to top Cassidy, he could become the state's new US Senator.
So former Secretary of the Department of Health and Hospitals Bruce Greenstein has joined an illustrious list of major state officeholders in Louisiana in garnering an indictment for activities related to his office. As the saga unfolds, the risk the state takes financially in pursuing this course of action is far greater than the chances of any wider malfeasance being uncovered.
Peter Schroeder, a writer for The Hill, has drunk the Kool-Aid.
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Jindal's no flight zone
Governor Bobby Jindal called on the Obama Administration to shut down flights coming into the United States from Ebola-stricken countries.
by Tom Aswell of Louisiana Voice
A survey to gauge state employee job satisfaction in the Division of Administration (DOA) should be an eye opener for Commissioner of Administration Kristy Kreme Nichols and agency heads throughout DOA—but it probably won’t be.
The epidemic that has devastated Western Africa has now arrived in the United States. In recent weeks, several infected healthcare workers have been flown back to the United States for successful treatment. However, a greater threat looms from ordinary citizens knowingly or unknowingly bringing the disease to our country.
Yesterday, we were informed that republican PSC Commissioner Scott Angelle would be throwing his helmet onto the gubernatorial campaign field. He wants to be our next governor. After his announcement, I wrote: