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

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


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.

Falcons, embarrassing defense edge New Orleans Saints fan onto ledge
Monday, 08 September 2014 13:53 Written by

ledgeby Jim W. Miller

My mother-in-law, the Saints fanatic, has been talking about selling her very nice house in the Lake Terrace community and buying a high-rise condo. Thankfully, this decision has been tied up in the committee of her four daughters and their four slobs of husbands who are allowed to listen but not speak. If a decision had been made prior to Sunday’s 37-34 Saints’ loss at Atlanta, then the eight of us and probably selected teams of the New Orleans Fire Department would have spent Sunday night and probably most of Monday coaxing her off the ledge.

PBS’s Genealogy Roadshow on WYES-TV features rich-mysteries of New Orleans
Monday, 08 September 2014 13:19 Written by

roadshow-4In so many ways, the City of New Orleans, and the year-old PBS Geneaology Roadshow, are a perfect marriage.

For one, the Genealogy Roadshow, which will be shown on WYES Channel 12 New Orleans public television, starting January 2015, features the past embracing the future.

Will Pregnant Kate Middleton wine over Birth Troopers
Monday, 08 September 2014 11:40

kate-hospitalWhat’s the first thing a woman does when she discovers she’s pregnant?

Why, pop down to the village pub for a little drinkie-poo, of course!

Von Hatley of Jones Walker Consulting talks Economic Development strategies, trends
Monday, 08 September 2014 09:21 Written by

VonHatleyFinding the right location to build or relocate a business or plant requires special knowledge of the region's economy, trends and resources.  Likewise, preparing and marketing a facility to attract the best industry-opportunity, entails a strong strategy, competitive knowledge and abilities.

Geneaology Roadshow reveals family mysteries in New Orleans this weekend
Friday, 05 September 2014 16:33 Written by

It will be a “family affair” for a show on the road, but, one that is making itself at home this weekend in New Orleans.
On Saturday, September 6 and Sunday, September 7, PBS and WYES bring the series GENEALOGYROADSHOW to New Orleans.

roadshowThe show features expert genealogists who do some deep digging into family histories, sometimes finding ghosts and often gobbling up real-life mysteries using history and science to connect the past with the select local participants sharing their own stories.

NFL gay Michael Sams, Redskins defense is offensive politics
Friday, 05 September 2014 14:00 Written by

nfl-heavensAs another season of professional football excitement begins, it is becoming crystal clear that the NFL is beholden to a politically correct liberal agenda.

Kennedy to continue suit on Jindal-Edmonson amendment
Friday, 05 September 2014 11:25 Written by

kennedy-officeby Tom Aswell, Publisher of Louisiana Voice

State Police Superintendent Mike Edmonson did a sudden about-face, the Louisiana State Police Retirement System (LSPRS) Board was unanimous in its decision to allow board member and State Treasurer John Kennedy sue the board, and before the board could adjourn, State Sen. and 6th District Congressional candidate Dan Claitor filed his own lawsuit but Kennedy said he would go forward with his litigation anyway.


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