The Louisiana Democratic Party is trying to strike while the “going is hot” on an issue it, and apparently U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu, think could open up the flood gates of support in their favor.
Tom Aswell, publisher of the Louisiana Voice
Federal Communications Commission allotted $8 million to expand broadband Internet access in rural Louisiana areas. U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu was quick to praise, perhaps a bit prematurely, the “investment,” while Gov. Bobby Jindal remained uncharacteristically silent.
Business news for February 6, 2014: International shipholding, GNO Inc, Lakeside Shopping Center, CVS, Bluewater, ComCon, New Orleans digital media and more..
According to several watchdog organizations, Louisiana has one of the worst judicial climates in the country. The state has been given the dubious title of the nation’s judicial hellhole by several neutral watchdog groups. Campaign funds given to a judicial candidate are often cited as possibly influencing future judicial decisions. Some are advocating the appointment of judges in order to do away with the pressure on judicial candidates to raise campaign contributions. So is this the solution? Is appointing rather than electing judges the way to go in Louisiana?
Judging by recent press releases by the French Quarter Festival, locals and visitors should look forward to the second weekend of April. Today, the festival revealed two of this year's posters and the musical lineup.
A new statewide telephone survey of likely Louisiana Voters finds Cassidy, a U.S. Congressman, with 44% support to Landrieu’s 40%. Five percent (5%) like some other candidate in the race, while 11% were undecided. The above was Rasmussen’s headline for the announcement of results from his recent statewide survey Louisiana Voters.
Louisiana Politics today: Can the democrats and Mary Landrieu do a BP oil spill moratorium on the GOP and Bill Cassidy due to GOP inaction and the Koch brothers' influence upon Speaker John Boehner?
Cassidy leads Landrieu, but...
Republicans are touting a recent poll which shows challenger U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy with a slight lead over incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu for this fall’s race, 44-40%.
The photos of Kate Middleton getting off the plane in Mustique with Baby George are out there, but finding them is a bit of a challenge.
The word is that Kate Middleton will NOT be suing the paparazzi who took them.