Jim Brown

Jim Brown

Jim Brown is a Louisiana legislator, Secretary of State and Insurance Commissioner.  

Website URL: http://JimBrownla.com

HolderThese guys at the Justice Department, led by top cop Eric Holder, just don’t know when to quit. 

Isaac-monday1pmIn the movie Guys and Dolls, gambler Nathan Detroit (played by Frank Sinatra) says:  “How can it get any worse.  What more can you do to me?”  That’s what thousands of Louisiana property owners are saying about the state’s insurance climate for insuring their homes and businesses. 

flood-riverProperty owners along the Gulf and East coasts are in a panic over projections of outrageous property flood insurance rates that, in some cases, could lead to increases of greater than 1000 per cent. Louisiana newspapers have reported proposed massive increases all over south Louisiana.

PowerballA few weeks ago, I began to think we had given up.

LEANDER-perezA lawsuit against Big Oil for environmental damage by the Bayou State?  Are you kidding me? 

kangaroo-courtFollowing the Zimmerman verdict, a number of legal and media voices, hollered, “enough is enough.”  Angered by the verdict, no more criminal trials on television, they said.  But the Constitution guarantees that trials are public and open to everyone.  And what could be more public than televising a criminal trial for the whole world to see?

hate-crimeGeorge Zimmerman was found not guilty this past weekend in his trial for shooting Travon Martin.

south-roadOur friends up north need to let it go.  According to a cross section of northern commentators, the Second Reconstruction may be over, but they think a third one may be necessary. 

lsu-boardLouisiana State University, located in my hometown of Baton Rouge, takes on a new president this week. And to say that he has a big job ahead of him is an understatement. Educationally, the state’s largest university is a mixed bag of quality and mediocrity, typical of many public universities.

votingOn Tuesday, the United States Supreme Court effectively struck down the Voting Rights Act passed in 1965.


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