So, last week, we read that Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal will be postponing his “official” decision whether or not to take the presidential plunge. Although many of us believe the decision has been made many moons ago, we are told the decision and announcement will occur only after the current legislative session in early June.
by Jim Brown
Louisiana is scheduled to have its presidential primary on March 5th of next year, but there is one little problem. The state is broke and the Jindal administration has allocated no money for the legally required election. So what happens next? Does Governor Jindal really want a primary? And is there a way to hold an election for free and get huge national coverage in the process?
It’s official. Sort of.
Ted Cruz has made it official. Bobby Jindal will just cruise, for now.
Despite calls by some lately for Governor Bobby Jindal to resign due to the collapse of the Louisiana budget coinciding with the governor’s intense focus upon his own presidential race-yet-to-be-declared, the governor’s main spokesperson, Timmy Teepell, appears to have extended the date for the governor to declare his intentions.
Roughly seven years ago, I wrote one of the most difficult columns I had ever written.
There’s nothing left to be said other than to say Bobby Jindal is bat guano crazy.
The Louisiana Office of Group Benefits (OGB) was cruising along in 2011, providing virtually complaint-free quick turnarounds on medical claims for state employees, retirees and their dependents.
The Louisiana Department of Education and the state's governor, Bobby Jindal, are engaged in a PR war of words over the issue of Common Core.
Jindal held a press conference outlining his approach to remove Common Core from Louisiana. The DOE, provided an update today on the testing this week.
A recent poll reviewing the Louisiana electorate revealed a significant negative opinion voters have of its governor, Bobby Jindal. It also showed that David Vitter, at this point, will be in a runoff--come October election day.
The upcoming Louisiana legislative session, the state's massive budget hole, Governor Bobby Jindal's focus upon his own personal future career is receiving plenty of media ink lately.
Perhaps the Louisiana Legislature will double-dog dare Gov. Bobby Jindal on tobacco taxes, thereby forcing him into what could be a no-win position.
During the recent “No-Go Zones” controversy, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal cited Ambassador John Bolton’s name in support of the governor’s assertions--that these zones do exist.