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Country ‘without a president’ braces for uneasy election

Thursday, 03 September 2015 00:51 Written by
Elections are always a time of uncertainty in Latin America, but this Sunday’s presidential election in Guatemala takes the prize. Guatemalans will go to the polls as a deepening corruption scandal engulfs President Otto Pérez Molina. On Wednesday night a judge issued an arrest warrant for the president, after lawmakers this week stripped him of immunity from prosecution, allowing a criminal investigation to proceed into allegations he led a major customs corruption ring. Street protests…
Fear of a Trump third-party bid sparks GOP push for loyalty pledges from candidates
Thursday, 03 September 2015 00:22 Written by
WASHINGTON — Seeking to avert a 2016 disaster, the Republican National Committee on Wednesday challenged every GOP presidential candidate to sign a pledge not to undertake a third-party bid under any circumstances. The challenge, confirmed by multiple campaigns, is aimed squarely at Donald Trump.
Louisiana detective refusing to resign after photo of him at KKK rally last year surfaces
Thursday, 03 September 2015 00:05 Written by
Detective Raymond Mott (L) flying his true colors at an anti-immigration rally last year (2014)That image above is Detective Raymond Mott of the Lake Arthur Police Department (LAPD—but not that LAPD). He has admitted as much according to the Jennings Daily News. The photo began circulating on social media and was picked up by the newspaper starting quite a stir—since he's straight up clearly in the Klu Klux Klan. The police chief of the Lake…
3 takeaways from the first televised debate of the campaign season
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 22:29 Written by
Three of the four gubernatorial candidates squared off in the first televised debate of the season at Southeastern University on Wednesday (Sept. 2), broadcast live statewide by Louisiana Public Broadcasting. The hour-long debate was hosted by the university, and students were put in charge of asking the questions.
Jindal: There are alternatives to Planned Parenthood - DesMoinesRegister.com
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 22:21 Written by
Buy Photo Host Mark Leonard speaks with Gov. Bobby Jindal at his home in Holstein during a meet and greet Wednesday evening.(Photo: Linh Ta/The Register)Buy Photo CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE HOLSTEIN, Ia. — Gov. Bobby Jindal said he would send any federal agency available to investigate Planned Parenthood to see if it was conducting any illegal activity, following the release of controversial videos that allegedly show members of the group discussing sales of fetal parts.
Gubernatorial candidates criticize Bobby Jindal for being absent from ... - NOLA.com
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 21:54 Written by
The Wednesday night gubernatorial forum in Hammond was supposed to be focused on higher education, but the event was also dominated by the absence of two men -- Gov. Bobby Jindal and U.S. Sen. David Vitter. As the sitting governor, Jindal wouldn't be expected to show up at such an event. But all of the candidates criticized Jindal for being absent from Louisiana. Jindal's focus on his presidential campaign has made him unpopular.
Gubernatorial candidates criticize Bobby Jindal for being absent from Louisiana, and David Vitter from being absent from forum
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 21:46 Written by
The Wednesday night gubernatorial forum in Hammond was supposed to be focused on higher education, but the event was also dominated by the absence of two men -- Gov. Bobby Jindal and U.S. Sen. David Vitter. As the sitting governor, Jindal wouldn't be expected to show up at such an event.
First televised "event" of the 2015 gubernatorial race Featured
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 20:43 Written by
Courtesy: KNOE Related Links Link to LPB live stream The Louisiana Public Broadcasting Network (LPB) will air the first televised event of the 2015 Governor's Race tonight at 8 p.m. Watch the live stream here at KNOE.COM by clicking on the LBP link included in this story.
James Gill: Bobby Jindal has a Dickens of a problem with the state budget - The Advocate
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 19:40 Written by
The spirit of Wilkins Micawber, the Dickensian character whose watchword in financial matters was “something will turn up,” has long informed the Louisiana state budget, but the hope is looking particularly forlorn this year. When Gov. Bobby Jindal signed the budget in June, he proclaimed it contained no tax increases “while strengthening the state’s health care system and protecting higher education” after eliminating a $1.6 billion deficit. Even by Jindal’s standards, that was a lot…
Justice Department sides with Planned Parenthood against Bobby Jindal - Los Angeles Times
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 19:40 Written by
The U.S. Justice Department told a federal judge that Gov. Bobby Jindal's decision to oust Planned Parenthood from Louisiana's Medicaid program appears to violate federal law by denying Medicaid patients the right to choose their healthcare providers.lRelated NationPlanned Parenthood head declares undercover videos a 'smear campaign'See all related 8

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