Donald Trump said he was stunned, shocked and livid about how elections are run way down in the Bayou State. He minced no words in giving his assessment of what happened in the recent Louisiana presidential primary. “ It tells you what a crooked system we have and what a rotten political system we have. I won Louisiana, but what’s going on in the Republican Party is a disgrace.”
What is the real storyline from the recent controversy involving Corey Lewandowski, a female reporter and Donald Trump?
The Hurricane Katrina saga-ten plus years, has hit another milestone.
Today, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) released the final Flood Insurance Rate Maps for New Orleans. According to the Landrieu administration, in a press release, the maps remove many properties from Special Flood Hazard Areas.
Say the word Trump or the name, Donald Trump, and you’re almost certainly going to get into a lively discussion.
by Mike Malak
Donald Trump and his inexorably dervish march to the Republican convention in Cleveland has become a national Rorschach test. Many, obviously, see him as the savior of a faltering nation, others, less charitably, as a disciple of Lord Voldemort. To understand the man it isn’t necessary to examine credentials, expertise, experience, or organs, because the mixed messaging shows his soul better than anything else, and it is in that limbo that we start an examination of why so many people feel they need him.
The Louisiana GOP must believe that the more it says the word, "liberal media', John Bel Edwards and taxes, the richer it will get.
Once again, the Louisiana Republican Party has sent out a campaign appeal, suggesting the "mean-old liberal media" is out to get it, therefore, it needs more of your money. The party staff, on Monday, urged that the dollars keep ka-chinging:
How does Louisiana rank in the world of states being federal dependent?
Another week, another campus threatened by the dangerous words, “Trump 2016.”
Last week, the students of Emory University in Atlanta needed counseling and mental health evaluations after noticing their campus was polluted by disgusting chalk markings. The offensive words included “Trump,” “Trump 2016,” and “Vote Trump” and they were found on concrete steps and even, heaven forbid, the sidewalk.
PROBLEMS WITH LOUISIANA DELEGATION TO REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION — by Woody Jenkins, Louisiana State Chairman, Donald J. Trump for President —
by Stephen Waguespack, President and CEO of Louisiana Association of Business and Industry
Whether big or small, made in the blink of an eye, or after much consideration; the choices we make throughout our lives tell the story of our very existence.
Some of these choices are consequential while others are seemingly nefarious to the larger picture. It is only with time that we learn the categories in which those choices ultimately fall.
by Jim W. Miller
The Saints are certainly doing a lot of wheeling and dealing for a team that reportedly doesn’t have any Salary Cap room left. The most recent example was the news Monday morning that the team has come to a one-year agreement with defensive tackle Nick Fairley. Reports said Fairley will be paid $3 million this season, which seems to conflict with other reports that say the Saints have as little as $273,000 remaining in their team cap. A few weeks ago, they signed TE Coby Fleener for a contract that will average $7 million per season, and they have agreed to a three-year contract with LB James Laurinaitis whose numbers have not been disclosed.
by Lou Gehrig Burnett, Publisher of Fax-Net
That was probably the reaction from state higher education officials on the final round of budget cuts to balance the current year budget.
When Gov. John Bel Edwards was campaigning for the state’s highest office, he made sure everyone knew his wife, Donna, was a teacher and he was very supportive of education.
It appears that Louisiana could be the initial legal battleground in the expected pre-convention war over Trump delegates that he had previously won in a State primary election or caucus.
Cruz says he won't copulate with sleazy Donald Trump after National Enquirer story
Well, we know one thing, for sure. Donald Trump thinks Ted Cruz is "lying" and Cruz calls The Donald, "sleazy".
Good Friday in Louisiana means Thank The Lord, we have a day without politics.
Well, not quite.
We know there are some out there that could not enter the weekend, even the Easter Weekend, without receiving the latest newsworthy or buzzworthy tidbit or "digital bit" of political happenings in the state.
The highlights of the Trump-Cruz feud is taking politics to a new low.
Instead of discussing issues such as ISIS, the Middle East, education in the United States, immigration and other important questions that America cares about the candidates have gotten into the mud. The discussion? The political wives--Cruz vs. Trump, as in Melania vs. Heidi.