Louisiana legislature: Rannah Gray & Christopher Tidmore

monumental disaster floodSo maybe anthropogenic global warming isn’t such a great existential threat to New Orleans after all? Instead, maybe it’s the policy and personnel decisions of Mayor Mitch Landrieu?

mitch buckWhen the deluge started in New Orleans on Saturday afternoon, Mitch Landrieu was in beautiful Colorado at one of his favorite places, the Aspen Institute. While he was technically at a “Security Conference,” he was for all practical purposes interviewing for a nice position with this liberal think tank. 

andersenby Jim Miller, former Exec. VP of the New Orleans Saints

Morten inducted into the Hall of Fame without me

I didn’t think Morten Andersen would ask me to present him when he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday. And he didn’t.

You see, I happened to be the Saints executive who announced that Andersen was being cut in 1995 and for a time wore the horns as “the man who cut Morten.” Of course, anybody who thought I had the authority to make personnel decisions probably also thought I gave financial advice to owner Tom Benson. But that’s beside the point.

Landrieu re elected smallNew Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu has received plenty of national attention lately.

Last week, David Axelrod interviewed him, on Wednesday the WH press secretary poked at him during the House Press Briefing and today, Politico interviewed him.

Below are excerpts from the Politico interview.  Also below is a segment from a Facebook conversation that Bayoubuzz Publisher Stephen Sabludowsky had yesterday with progressive-blogger and publisher Lamar White concerning Landrieu’s recent national notoriety, his involvment as President of the Conference of US Mayors and the conflict he has had recently with the Trump administration.

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