During the last few days of our family vacation, we ended up in Boston. The newspaper headlines were startling. “Boston Could Become the Next Venice,” warned the Boston Globe. “Boston Sinking into The Sea,” blared the New York Times. A newly released report by the Urban Land Institute predicted that “Boston is sinking at a rate of more than a tenth of an inch a year.” The Governor of Massachusetts has set up a statewide strategy commission and earmarked $50 million out find out how to save the city from drowning. There’s panic in Boston.
The Louisiana US Senate race starts in earnest tonight as Republican Congressman Bill Cassidy, Democratic Senator Mary Landrieu and Tea Party candidate Rob Maness face the voters.
Louisiana Biz shorts for today: New leadership at New Orleans Port Cruise and Tourism division, International Fest, BGR says beware of the Trojan Horse, and BRAC has a new site for Baton Rouge region newcomers.
Louisiana Southwest State Representatives are speaking out about a recent news report that Louisiana would host Ebola-related incinerated waste from the Dallas dwellings.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is making news once again, courtesy of Politico and other national publications, who obviously have little to do but to run OpEds by the Governor in his bizarre presidential quest, while never probing into the governor's own record as he makes his self-serving comments.
One of the biggest priorities facing Louisiana’s next governor is the challenge of re-instilling pride in the attitudes of many Louisianans. Government can only do so much. But a governor can be a catalyst in raising the public’s expectations.
by Lou Gehrig burnett, Publisher of Fax-Net
Senate race: neck-and-neck
A new poll on the Louisiana U.S. Senate race by Public Policy Polling (PPP) reveals a neck-and-neck race between incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu and Republican challenger U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy.
Peter Schroeder, a writer for The Hill, has drunk the Kool-Aid.
The Hill is a subsidiary of News Communications, Inc. that covers the U.S. Congress with an emphasis on business, lobbying and political campaigns and is one of the first web pages accessed each day by those wishing to stay abreast of events in the nation’s capital.
When one goes across the nation claiming to have the answers for US energy, healthcare, calling the President of the United States incompetent, castigating Washington DC and calling for a “hostile takeover”, wouldn’t you expect that politician or elected official to be popular back home?