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    MADSEN: Saying Goodbye To A Pillar Of Louisiana’s Conservative Movement

MADSEN: Saying Goodbye To A Pillar Of Louisiana’s Conservative Movement

Editor’s Note: A guest post by Jennifer Madsen, conservative activist and former president of the Baton Rouge Tea Party. The entire staff at The Hayride echoes Ms. Madsen’s sentiments. Today,

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    PRAGER U: If There Is No God, Murder Isn’t Wrong

PRAGER U: If There Is No God, Murder Isn’t Wrong

If there is no God, murder isn’t wrong. You may think it’s wrong, but how do you know it’s wrong? As Dennis Prager explains, without God, all morality is mere

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    VIDEO: Kennedy’s Opening Statement In The Neil Gorsuch Hearings

VIDEO: Kennedy’s Opening Statement In The Neil Gorsuch Hearings

From a press release Louisiana’s junior senator just put out… Today in the Senate Judiciary Committee, U.S. Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) issued the following statement on the nomination of Judge

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    Don’t Forget To Pick Up Your Ticket To The 2017 Hayride Spring Dinner, Starring Reps. Clay Higgins And Garret Graves!

Don’t Forget To Pick Up Your Ticket To The 2017 Hayride Spring Dinner, Starring Reps. Clay Higgins And Garret Graves!

It’s less than a month away, and tickets are starting to move. You don’t want to be left out, do you? CLICK HERE to reserve your seat! Join us for

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    The Red Bayou Show, Episode 76 – Featuring RedState And The Hayride’s Joe Cunningham

The Red Bayou Show, Episode 76 – Featuring RedState And The Hayride’s Joe Cunningham

This week, the guys talk healthcare and basketball. Joe Cunningham from redstate.com and The Hayride joined Scott McKay and Brian Haldane to give his initial take on the Republican proposal to replace

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    PRAGER U: There is Only One Way Out of Poverty

PRAGER U: There is Only One Way Out of Poverty

What’s the best way to help people stuck in poverty get out of poverty? Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute, shows where conservatives and progressives differ.

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VINSANAU: If You Want To Close Louisiana’s Budget Deficit, Build The Bayou Bridge Pipeline

  VINSANAU: If You Want To Close Louisiana’s Budget Deficit, Build The Bayou Bridge Pipeline

Editor’s Note: A guest post from Linda Vinsanau, a conservative activist based in Metairie. As Louisiana’s special session ended, legislators

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SHIELDS: Obamacare And The 2008 Crash

  SHIELDS: Obamacare And The 2008 Crash

Editor’s Note: A guest post by Stewart R. Shields, an investment advisor and insurance expert at Bruce Shields & Associates

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PRAGER U: There Is No Gender-Based Wage Gap

  PRAGER U: There Is No Gender-Based Wage Gap

Is there a gender wage gap? Are women paid less than men to do the same work? Christina Hoff Sommers,

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Trial Lawyer Suits Against the Oil and Gas Industry – Courts Are Saying They’re a Bad Idea

  Trial Lawyer Suits Against the Oil and Gas Industry – Courts Are Saying They’re a Bad Idea

The following is by Marc Ehrhardt who is the Executive Director of the Grow Louisiana Coalition For more than two years,

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Join Us On April 12 For The Hayride’s 2017 Spring Dinner!

  Join Us On April 12 For The Hayride’s 2017 Spring Dinner!

On April 12 at the Louisiana Culinary Institute on Airline Highway in Baton Rouge, we’ll be presenting an evening of

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PRAGER U: Is Gun Ownership A Right?

  PRAGER U: Is Gun Ownership A Right?

What does the Second Amendment say? Is gun ownership a right for all Americans? Or just for a small militia?

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The Red Bayou Show, Episode 74 – Featuring John Schroder

  The Red Bayou Show, Episode 74 – Featuring John Schroder

State Representative John Schroder joined Scott McKay and Brian Haldane this week in the waning moments of the special session

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HEWITT: It’s Time For Troy Brown To Go

  HEWITT: It’s Time For Troy Brown To Go

Editor’s Note: A guest post from Louisiana State Senator Sharon Hewitt (R-Slidell), one of the authors of a resolution to

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MCCOY: The Dangerous Love Of The Bayou Bridge Protest Movement

  MCCOY: The Dangerous Love Of The Bayou Bridge Protest Movement

Editor’s Note: A guest post from Shawn McCoy of Inside Sources, where this article first appeared. All you need is

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PRAGER U: Don’t Compare Yourself To Someone Else

  PRAGER U: Don’t Compare Yourself To Someone Else

Have you ever envied someone else’s success? Do you sometimes wish you had another person’s life? Well, comedian Tom Shillue

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PATTERSON: A Tale Of Two Tax Reforms

  PATTERSON: A Tale Of Two Tax Reforms

Editor’s Note: A guest post by Jim Patterson, Vice President of Government Relations and Director, Taxation and Finance at the Louisiana

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SCHRODER: The Governor’s Budget-Balancing Plan Isn’t A Plan At All

  SCHRODER: The Governor’s Budget-Balancing Plan Isn’t A Plan At All

Editor’s Note: A guest post from Rep. John Schroder (R-Mandeville), who is also a candidate for Treasurer in this fall’s

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The Red Bayou Show, Episode 73 – Featuring The Gorsuch Nomination With Michelle Ghetti

  The Red Bayou Show, Episode 73 – Featuring The Gorsuch Nomination With Michelle Ghetti

Southern University Law Professor Michelle Ghetti joined Scott McKay and Brian Haldane this week to talk about Supreme Court nominee

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