Friday, 30 November 2018 09:52

Should Louisiana be Uncle Sam's protectorate if we're so incompetent?

Written by Jim Brown

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Have you heard the cries that Louisiana is unable to take care of its problems, and should be treated differently than other states? Some even say, OK, then — make it a protectorate of the federal government.  And you know what?  Maybe that isn’t too bad of an idea.

The proposal took legs recently when Froma Harrop, a nationally syndicated columnist broached the idea in print. “Louisiana has had more than its share of tragedies in recent years, and some, such as hurricane Katrina, could be deemed an act of nature.  But whatever the cause, every calamity that befalls Louisiana is made worse by a corrupt civic nature. A protectorate could provide the structure of government people need.”

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Should US Senator John Kennedy on Monday decide to run for Louisiana governor, he has the wind blowing behind his back, at least, so it seems, based upon a just-released poll by Bernie Pinsonat.

Pinsonat has just released his annual winter poll and from all indications, he has ahead of John Bel Edwards, 49-45 percent. The elections take place next fall.

Friday, 16 November 2018 12:54

Crouere: John Kennedy will be Louisiana's next governor, if he runs

Written by Jeff Crouere

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With the announcement that Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry is running for re-election, the stage is set for U.S. Senator John Kennedy (R-LA) to announce his entrance into the 2019 Governor’s race. The Senator has indicated he will make an announcement in early December. If he runs, Kennedy will be the favorite in the race and will be in a good position to defeat John Bel Edwards, the liberal Democrat who currently occupies the Governor’s mansion.

Friday, 09 November 2018 10:57

Here's how Louisiana can more people to vote in our elections

Written by Jim Brown

 This past Tuesday’s election stirred mediocre interest here in the Bayou State. This was the fifth election in Louisiana in 2018. And get ready for six election dates in 2019. There was a 45% turnout last week, even though voters witnessed a great deal of election hype from throughout the nation. Louisianans just were not all that enthused.

Friday, 02 November 2018 12:06

Louisiana Biz Shorts: NOLA Rising Tech; Time Talk for attorneys; Zinke energy $

Written by Bayoubuzz Staff

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Today's Louisiana Business shorts--New Orleans technology, Talk Time for attorneys and plenty of energy money for Louisiana

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According to an email from Michael Hecht of GNO Inc, New Orleans tech community has plenty of activity which is receiving national recognition. Here's the latest:

Wednesday, 31 October 2018 11:45

LABI honors Louisiana job creators and innovators

Written by Bayoubuzz Staff

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LABI, the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry, has bestowed honors upon the state's innovators and job creators.

Wednesday, 31 October 2018 08:35

JMC says early voting in US and in Louisiana has been record breakers

Written by Bayoubuzz Staff

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According to Pollster and political analyst John M. Couvillon of JMC Polling and Analytics, early voting in America and yes, in Louisiana, has been a smash hit.

In this state, the early voting, (mail and in person) broke all prior records for non-presidential races. It did surpass the 2008 Obama-McCain presidential count. What makes this remarkable is the very fact that the top of the ticket is just a Secretary of State race, not a US Senate conflict or Governor’s race.

Wednesday, 24 October 2018 15:43

Pollster Couvillon discusses U.S. and Louisiana early voting numbers

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Wednesday, 24 October 2018 14:51

The Rise and Fall of David Duke; Tyler Bridges discusses new book

Written by Media Sources

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David Duke has certainly become a household name in the United States and in some respects, worldwide.

He is an integral part of an angry moment in Louisiana and America’s history.

So, who is he? How did he become such a virulent white supremacist and anti-Semite?  What do we know about him that might be helpful to understand others who peddle in the far-right wing (or even far-left) swirl?

Friday, 19 October 2018 10:27

A Louisiana cry for life and call for death

Written by Jim Brown

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Fourteen years ago this week, Derrick Todd Lee received the death penalty in Louisiana. He was the state’s most notorious and prolific serial killer. I was there in the courtroom when the verdict was handed down. 

It was a cool Tuesday evening, and I was leaving a reception for former congressman Billy Tauzin at the Old State capital in downtown Baton Rouge. Billy and I had fought many battles together when we both served in the Louisiana legislature back in the 1970s.  He had fought and won a separate confrontation with cancer, and a number of Billy’s friends all turned out to celebrate a full life he had led. 

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