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Jindal Heavy

Jindal Heavy

Brad Goins May 25, 2017 Comments Off on Jindal Heavy

And you thought Jindalnomics was dead as a door nail. For one year, the Legislature managed to work with a Democratic governor to come up with a compromise budget fix. It wasn’t pretty. But

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PIERRE SEZ

PIERRE SEZ

Pierre Sez July 16, 2015 0

Some Of Them Want To Use You Da Eurythmics had a song on de ’80s titled “Sweet Dreams.” In it wuz de lyrics “Some of them want to use you. Some of them want

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POLITICAL NOTEBOOK

POLITICAL NOTEBOOK

Jeremy Alford July 16, 2015 0

Tough Session For Business The business lobby notched a small win on the final day of the legislative session when a handful of bills targeting Louisiana companies and the taxes they pay were given

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PIERRE SEZ

PIERRE SEZ

Pierre Sez July 2, 2015 0

But At What Price??? Eighty years ago, Huey Long was governor uf our state, an’ he used hiz political — some say gangster — style to strongarm legislators into votin’ for his bills. Eighty

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GOVERNOR’S FIELD WAITING ON LANDRIEU

GOVERNOR’S FIELD WAITING ON LANDRIEU

Jeremy Alford March 5, 2015 0

Some say he will. Others call it downright unfathomable. Most simply have no idea what he’ll do. So until New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu gives a definitive answer on the question of whether he’ll run

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2013 LAGNIAPPE AWARDS

2013 LAGNIAPPE AWARDS

Brad Goins January 8, 2014 0

The Object Of Desire Award MARY LANDRIEU All year long, a lot of Louisiana Republicans were desperately yearning for what Mary Landrieu had — a seat in the U.S. Senate. In fact, in the

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TOYS YOU WON’T SEE FOR CHRISTMAS

TOYS YOU WON’T SEE FOR CHRISTMAS

Michael Kurth December 21, 2013 0

Christmas is just around the corner, and Santas are making out their lists of toys and gifts. Here are some items I think would make great gifts. But you won’t find them on any

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KLECKLEY OPEN TO TUITION CHANGES

KLECKLEY OPEN TO TUITION CHANGES

Jeremy Alford December 4, 2013 0

Legislation granting university boards more control over tuition didn’t make it through this year’s regular session. But House Speaker Chuck Kleckley, R-Lake Charles, says he’s willing to give it another chance in 2014. In

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