The debate over gun control, violence, mental health takes center stage again today as another killer wrecks havoc at the North Arizona campus.
Leave it to a preacher to ask a serious and relevant question about ways to save money in a state that faces a huge financial crisis. At a recent forum of candidates running for Lt. Governor in Louisiana, Pastor Lewis Richerson of Woodlawn Baptist Church in Baton Rouge asked an interesting question.
Chef Paul Prudhomme, a New Orleans spicy institution has died.
Prudhomme, was known for his Cajun and Creole cuisine, love for New Orleans, spice business and television charm. He was 75.
While a Louisiana gubernatorial debate televised statewide with all candidates present will have to wait another week, what has been said in a dizzying array of forums to date by any or all of the three candidates present for thefirst one televised statewidelast night should give viewers pause about them as choices.
Does David Vitter have a new issue to use in his attack against Jay Dardenne, or is he lying about Dardenne’s record?
As the days of the gubernatorial election fast-approaches, what will be the issues and closing arguments that define this campaign season?
Fascinating even to elected officials is just what impact Louisiana’s odd nonpartisan blanket primary system has on partisan politics and elections, which has an impact, perhaps salutary, on subsequent policy.
Today, Jay Dardenne appeared on Jeff Crouere’s WGSO radio show on WGSO 990 AM. He was asked about the recent commercial paid for by the Vitter super PAC, Funds for Louisiana’s Future, which accused him of celebrating a birthday bash in your on the taxpayer’s money.
Recent polling in Iowa shows that Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has made some decent gains. While he still languishes near the bottom of the national polls, in Iowa, Jindal is now in a tie for fifth place with Senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio with 6% support. To boost his numbers, Jindal has spent much time and effort in Iowa. He has decided on focus on a state that might be more supportive of his social conservative message.
David Vitter might be concerned with his poll numbers recently, so, the heavy guns are blasting away.
It is difficult to watch television now-a-days without viewing one of his (or his Super PAC commercials) bombing away at his opposition. Right now, the target appears to be Jay Dardennne. A couple of weeks ago, Scott Angelle was the victim of the heavy barrage.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is talking history.
by Lou Gehrig Burnett, Publisher of Fax-Net
We told you so!
When theFax-Net published a Public Policy Polling (PPP) poll on the governor’s race last week, which showed Democrat John Bel Edwards defeating Republican U.S. Sen. David Vitter in a runoff, we advised to sit tight because more polls would be forthcoming.
Quick political news for today as we savor the sweet scent of victory from last night's thriller in the dome.
RESURRECTION OF JINDAL?
Last week, the talk around the Louisiana political town was a poll conducted by Ron Faucheux and the first televised debate that Sen. David Vitter made a presence. After that debate Thursday night, Lawrence Chehardy and Bayoubuzz publisher Stephen Sabludowsky discussed the debate and the recent developments in the Louisiana governor's race.
by Ron Faucheux
Pollster Bernie Pinsonat made comments about the governor’s race in a recent Bayou Buzz interview that require further discussion.