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Jindal, Caldwell right to not speed into gay marriages

Tuesday, 30 June 2015 10:35 Written by

jindal-religious-freedomSo people of the same sex who wish to marry each other may have to wait a bit to obtain marriage licenses in Louisiana. Politics may explain the delay, but that doesn’t mean it’s not the right thing to do.

Charleston, Confederate flag outrages confirm media greatest enemy to democracy
Tuesday, 30 June 2015 09:24 Written by

enemyby Ron Chapman

It did not take long for the mainstream media and politicians to poison the well.   They are incapable of accepting the goodness in man and reporting the same.   For them unless there is fear, anger, and controversy there is no story. Tension and division drive their narrative.   Simply reporting the majesty of what is taking place is beyond them…too passive. 

Strange week: Jindal's run, same sex ruling, confederate flag uproar
Tuesday, 30 June 2015 08:37 Written by

flemingJindal jumps in
    Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, ignoring all the naysayers, took the plunge last week and became a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination.
    We won’t go into a lot of detail about his decision.  Suffice it to say that the crowd at his announcement lacked political star power.  Only about four state legislators showed up

Strange week: Jindal's run, same sex ruling, confederate flag uproar
Tuesday, 30 June 2015 08:37 Written by

flemingJindal jumps in
    Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, ignoring all the naysayers, took the plunge last week and became a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination.
    We won’t go into a lot of detail about his decision.  Suffice it to say that the crowd at his announcement lacked political star power.  Only about four state legislators showed up

Vitter chickens out? Jon Stewart rips; Jindal's introductory video
Monday, 29 June 2015 12:16

VITTER--CHICKENLouisiana political news of the day:
Jon Bel Edwards launches #PutLouisianaFirst tour; Scott Angelle to be featured at Open forum; Jindal’s campaign introductory video; Vitter does Jindal and not chickening out; Jon Stewart; Tweetbuzz

Could Jindal abolish the US Supreme Court?
Monday, 29 June 2015 11:51 Written by

supremesPerhaps echoing sentiments he has harbored from his youthful enthusiasm for former Pres. Ronald Reagan, Gov. Bobby Jindal has transferred a desire to abolish the federal Department of Education to getting rid of the U.S. Supreme Court. Actually, he doesn’t have to go that far to rein in a court straying from the Constitution on issues of the day, and if he does win the presidency, with help from his party he would be in excellent position to do so.

Response to presidential candidate Bobby Jindal's interview with Chuck Todd
Monday, 29 June 2015 11:29

jindal-chuck-toddLouisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, now candidate for President of the United States, has become a frequent guest on talk TV.  On Sunday, he was featured on Meet The Press, the weekend after he officially announced his candidacy and days after perhaps two of the most explosive Supreme Court decisions were decided—a ruling favorable to Obamacare and another legalizing Same Sex Marriage across the nation. 

Is Louisiana dragging its feet now on Same Sex marriage ruling?
Friday, 26 June 2015 13:21 Written by

jindal-waveIs Louisiana dragging its feet now that the US Supreme Court has issued its ruling in same sex marriage?

The State of Louisiana has issued a statement today concerning the US Supreme Court decision, however, the representative representing the Equality Louisiana, a gay-advocacy group is somewhat puzzled.  Here is the statement from the DHH, the Department of Health and Hospitals under Governor Bobby Jindal:  

For Louisiana sake, leave Andrew Jackson alone
Friday, 26 June 2015 12:55 Written by

jacksonby Jim Brown 

There is a major push by the bureaucrats in Washington to put the first woman on the face of paper currency.  There are a number of choices, and you will get no argument from me that there certainly is a place on one of our bills for a woman.  But one of the options is to take Andrew Jackson off the twenty-dollar bill, and that ought to be fightin’ words down here in Louisiana. 

Confederate flag, Obamacare, gay marriages: Strange new world
Friday, 26 June 2015 12:31 Written by

brave-orwellThe pace of change that is impacting the United States of America is accelerating at an alarming rate. This week the Supreme Court bolstered Obamacare by rewriting the law and sanctioning the subsidies that are the centerpiece of the program. Today, by a 5-4 margin, the justices legalized gay marriage in all 50 states. This sweeping decision renders meaningless the vote of Americans in states across the nation.   

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