The New Orleans Saints made some interesting moves in the 2015 NFL Draft, using their maiden pick of the first round on an offensive lineman and doubled, make that tripled,
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In the second part of the interview with college football analyst and WWL 870 AM contributor Mike Detillier, the NFL Draft guru shares where he thinks the Saints’ front office
It’s NFL Draft week and one of the best analysts on the subject in the country, WWL 870 AM contributor Mike Detillier was once again kind enough to take some
December 6, 2014 was a day of infamy for the Louisiana Democratic Party. It was then that they lost their last statewide elected official, Mary Landrieu. For a party that
When John McCain launched his candidacy for president in 1999, the Arizonan made his announcement in front of the decommissioned aircraft carrier the USS Yorktown to underscore his military service.
In one of the most controversial trades since the infamous Ditka deal for running back Ricky Williams, the Black and Gold sent three-time Pro Bowl tight end Jimmy Graham and
This is the second part of a two part column looking at the potential Republican candidates for president. The previous
The annual CPAC Conference held at the National Harbor waterfront development along the Potomac River’s eastern bank featured a high
The first major “non contest” contest of the GOP presidential campaign is the American Conservative Union’s CPAC Conference straw poll
Romney’s out and this weekend marks the pre-presidential election year CPAC straw poll, which is a sort of an unofficial
It can be said that the fight for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination began a few weeks ago when former
Carnival time is synonymous with showers of trinkets and beads, rolling floats, marching bands and terrible traffic. But mixed in
During his time in the US Senate, John Breaux was one of the most dominant figures in Louisiana politics. That’s
After 18 years of defying political gravity, Mary Landrieu’s electoral world came crashing down losing badly to a candidate many
Slaughter the boeuf gras! Clothe Kenny Stills in the finest robe…and get him a decent haircut while you’re at it.
If Republican Bill Cassidy emerges victorious in his bid to knock off Democratic incumbent US Senator Mary Landrieu, it could
Things looked so good before September, visions of glory did we remember Byrd was signed, Graham was brought back they
The midterm election held in the sixth year of a two-term president is generally considered a referendum of the administration.
For someone who has won three straight US Senate races, Mary Landrieu always finds herself as an underdog, though more