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Wednesday, 29 October 2014 17:55
Home | Back Rick Wagner This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Read More From Rick Wagner Follow me on: NewsLocal News October 31st, 2014 12:43 am byRick Wagner JUBAL YENNIE BLOUNTVILLE — Common Core Standards will be dead in Tennessee by early next year, Sullivan County Director of Schools Jubal Yennie predicted Thursday.
Nikki Haley, Bobby Jindal rally GOP troops
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 13:18
SUMMERVILLE - A confident Gov. Nikki Haley and her Louisiana counterpart Bobby Jindal mingled with about 100 supporters at a restaurant here Thursday afternoon and urged them not to take Nov. 4 for granted. "She's going to win re-election on Tuesday, but we want to remind everybody to get out to vote," Jindal said. "The polls say Nikki is ahead.
Common Core Controversy
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 12:49
ALTOONA, BLAIR COUNTY -- Common Core standards have been controversial since they took effect in March of this year. Jennifer Sodmont is a grandmother of six and says helping kids with homework used to be easier. Sodmont of Hastings, said, "It was a lot easier -- 1 plus 1 was two or whatever. Now they do everything in a roundabout way.
Louisiana Dem: Race Source of Obama's Woes in South
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 10:51
Louisiana Democrat Sen. Mary Landrieu said Thursday that the issue of race is a major reason that President Barack Obama has struggled politically in Southern states.
Louisiana Dem: Race a Source of Obama's Woes in South
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 10:51
Louisiana Democrat Sen. Mary Landrieu said Thursday that the issue of race is a major reason that President Barack Obama has struggled politically in Southern states.
Landrieu's challenge: Turn Out the Black Vote
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 08:06
We may not know who won Louisiana’s Senate race until December as a possible run-off looms. Ultimately, the fate of the election may hinge on whether incumbent Democrat Sen. Mary Landrieu can bridge the Bayou State’s racial divide. Landrieu last won reelection in 2008 with the help of a newly-elected, charismatic President Barack Obama. When you look at the vote compilation for the two candidates in Louisiana, very sharp differences emerge along racial lines.
CNN turns to chef Isaac Toups for commentary on Louisiana politics
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 07:05
The CNN correspondent Gloria Borger was in New Orleans to report on the closely watched battle for Mary Landrieu's U.S. Senate. Naturally, Borger turned to Isaac Toups, the Cajun-born chef, to make sense of it all. Borger interviewed Toups at the bar of Toups' Meatery, the Mid City restaurant he runs with his wife Amanda. Borger nudged the chef into punditry thusly:
Candidates sound off on state standards
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 06:21
The Common Core educational standards have been a subject of debate in the country and the efforts schools make to adhere to them are an issue on the minds of those running for local boards of education. The standards define goals for students in mathematics and English at each grade level and have been adopted in 46 states and the District of Columbia.
Can Landrieu Beat the Odds Again in Louisiana?
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 04:06
Sen. Mary Landrieu is nothing if not a survivor. Landrieu, a Democrat first elected in 1996 to represent Louisiana in the Senate, has been dubbed political toast twice before, during her re-election campaigns in 2002 and 2008. Each time, she defied the state’s conservative trend-line, winning her seat back with an increasing share of the vote even as the Democratic presidential nominee lost ground in the state.
Who wins the Senate? Louisiana is a referendum on Mary Landrieu
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 01:00
The Monitor's "Who wins the Senate?" series looks at the specific issues that will be driving voters in each of the 10 tossup races that will determine who wins control of the Senate. In Louisiana, they’re called the Big Three: energy, military bases, and disaster relief. If three-term Sen. Mary Landrieu (D) is to win reelection, those are the issues that will save her.
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