Welcome to 2015!
The plethora of 2014 elections are still on the political horizon in Louisiana, but already the elections set for 2015 are nudging their way into the political spectrum.
Once again, the nation is mourning the death of innocent Americans in a senseless shooting rampage.
Dueling polls give a conflicting picture on how Louisianans react to expanded gun control. But the real story emerging is how Democrat Sen. Mary Landrieu’s chances at reelection are dwindling to nothing.
Will Wednesday’s gun control vote in the U.S. Senate be the death-knell for senior Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu, a democrat from New Orleans?
Could the fate of Mary Landrieu ‘s vote on gun control legislation shoot down her chances of remaining the senior Senator from Louisiana?
President Obama has once again ignited the flames of partisanship. His concept of “working together” is giving him whatever he wants. Obama has now decided to embark upon a new divisive issue to drive a wedge between the American people. This time it is gun control. His intention is to create a plethora of new laws governing the possession of firearms and ammunition with the intent of preventing violent crimes.
In the current Second Amendment gun debate, both gun control advocates and those citizens who demand the right to bear arms point to the U.S. Constitution as the source of the justification and support for their opposing beliefs.
Vice President Biden is having a series of conversation with top administration officials on Google+. Today's installment is about reducing gun violence.
Today, President Obama announced his efforts to control guns and curb violence. Of those responding to this very controversial and emotional issue is Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu, a democrat, who is up for reelection in a state which has passed an NRA-supported amendment to the state constitution preserving the second amendment.
The Obama administration will let no political opportunity go to waste. Tomorrow, the President will unveil his gun control agenda surrounded by children who wrote him letters in the aftermath of the Newtown tragedy.