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Left fears too many voters will find Landrieu fraudulent

Tuesday, 02 September 2014 12:11
Jeffrey D. Sadow is an associate professor of political science at Louisiana State University Shreveport. If you're an elected official, political operative or anyone else upset at his views, don't go bothering LSUS or LSU System officials about that because these are his own views solely.This publishes Sunday through Thursday with the exception of 7 holidays. Also check out his Louisiana Legislature Log especially during legislative sessions (in "Louisiana Politics Blog Roll" below).
Jindal ignores winning issue with risky CCSS gambit
Monday, 01 September 2014 11:52
Jeffrey D. Sadow is an associate professor of political science at Louisiana State University Shreveport. If you're an elected official, political operative or anyone else upset at his views, don't go bothering LSUS or LSU System officials about that because these are his own views solely.This publishes Sunday through Thursday with the exception of 7 holidays. Also check out his Louisiana Legislature Log especially during legislative sessions (in "Louisiana Politics Blog Roll" below).
Bobby Jindal: America Wins By Murdering People, Not Seeking Justice
Sunday, 31 August 2014 12:28
Republican Presidential candidate Bobby Jindal, who, throughout the last five years, occasionally moonlights as Governor of Louisiana, recently published an opinion piece in the hometown paper of the Duck Dynasty clan, The Monroe News Star, to express his outrage about President Barack Obama’s response to the newest existential terrorist crisis in the Middle East. According to Jindal, President Obama needs to stop talking about “justice” and start murdering people, even if we have to go…
Glover's next move depends on who succeeds him
Sunday, 31 August 2014 12:28
To say the least, post-mayoral politicalcareers of past Shreveport leaders have been dismal. Since going to the strongmayor/council system, none have won any elective office after their service. Arelatively smaller population base doesn’t provide much to start with forstatewide ambitions, and now that demographics and persistent voting habitsmake it all but certain that only black Democrat mayors will inhabit GovernmentPlaza, the Fourth Congressional District or the Public Service Commission District5 seats built around demographics and…
BREAKING: UNITED STATES SENATOR OWNS A HOME IN WASHINGTON, D.C., SHOWS UP FOR JOB
Friday, 29 August 2014 04:04
Yesterday, The Washington Post published a explosive story revealing that United States Senator Mary L. Landrieu (D-Louisiana) frequently lives in a house purchased by her and her husband, near her office, which is located on 703 Hart in the Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C. Louisiana residents have expressed shock and astonishment that their Senior United States Senator, who was sent to represent their interests at the nation’s capital, has been showing up for the…
Holloway CD 5 run may trigger GOP nightmare scenario
Thursday, 28 August 2014 10:56
Jeffrey D. Sadow is an associate professor of political science at Louisiana State University Shreveport. If you're an elected official, political operative or anyone else upset at his views, don't go bothering LSUS or LSU System officials about that because these are his own views solely.This publishes Sunday through Thursday with the exception of 7 holidays. Also check out his Louisiana Legislature Log especially during legislative sessions (in "Louisiana Politics Blog Roll" below).
Edwards asks that taxpayers pay for campaign stunt
Wednesday, 27 August 2014 11:39
Jeffrey D. Sadow is an associate professor of political science at Louisiana State University Shreveport. If you're an elected official, political operative or anyone else upset at his views, don't go bothering LSUS or LSU System officials about that because these are his own views solely.This publishes Sunday through Thursday with the exception of 7 holidays. Also check out his Louisiana Legislature Log especially during legislative sessions (in "Louisiana Politics Blog Roll" below).
Lawrence Lessig’s Lesson to Louisiana: Broadband, Bobby Jindal, Corruption, Campaign Finance, and a Revolution
Wednesday, 27 August 2014 05:28
One of America’s most important and influential public intellectuals, Lawrence Lessig, an internationally renowned writer, a social critic, a political activist, a Harvard law professor, and, above all, an indefatigable and relentlessly brilliant scholar, visited Lafayette, Louisiana last Wednesday to deliver the keynote address at ABiz’s annual Top Fifty Acadiana Business Awards ceremony. Although Lessig may not be popularly well-known outside of legal and media circles, many of his creative, engaging, and fast-paced multimedia lectures,…
Factional politics on display for Shreveport mayoralty
Tuesday, 26 August 2014 11:20
Jeffrey D. Sadow is an associate professor of political science at Louisiana State University Shreveport. If you're an elected official, political operative or anyone else upset at his views, don't go bothering LSUS or LSU System officials about that because these are his own views solely.This publishes Sunday through Thursday with the exception of 7 holidays. Also check out his Louisiana Legislature Log especially during legislative sessions (in "Louisiana Politics Blog Roll" below).
Unkind qualifying increases electoral peril for Landrieu
Monday, 25 August 2014 10:56
Jeffrey D. Sadow is an associate professor of political science at Louisiana State University Shreveport. If you're an elected official, political operative or anyone else upset at his views, don't go bothering LSUS or LSU System officials about that because these are his own views solely.This publishes Sunday through Thursday with the exception of 7 holidays. Also check out his Louisiana Legislature Log especially during legislative sessions (in "Louisiana Politics Blog Roll" below).
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