Sixth District Congressman Garret Graves joins Scott McKay and Brian Haldane to talk about the Restore Act, The Puerto Rico “Bailout,” regulatory budget reform, and infrastructure. Congressman Graves warns of
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This week Scott McKay and Brian Haldane talk to Chris Holton from the Center For Security Policy about the “28 Pages Bill.” They talk about the Pro’s and cons of
Editor’s Note: A guest post by Col. Rob Maness, a Republican running for United States Senate in Louisiana. With tax day officially upon us, it is a perfect time to point
Louisiana voters today went to the polls in the Louisiana Republican presidential primary. The polls had Donald Trump winning the state big, but can Ted Cruz pull off an upset?
Editor’s Note: Posted without comment or analysis, except for this: In case you don’t know who Ben Sasse is, he’s a former university president who was elected as a Tea
Editor’s Note: A guest post from Dwight Hudson, Republican candidate for Baton Rouge Metro Council It was disappointing to see politics trump progress at last week’s Metro Council meeting concerning
Editor’s Note: A guest post from Rep. Mike Johnson (R-Bossier City) A few days before we departed for Baton Rouge
Editor’s Note: The following comes from the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry as part of its Budget Basics series.
Editor’s Note: A guest post by Roger Villere, Chairman of the Republican Party of Louisiana and Republican National Committee Vice-Chairman
Dwight Hudson, running for the District 9 seat on the EBR Metro Council joins Brian Haldane (Scott McKay is out
Editor’s Note: A guest post from Jim Patterson, vice president of Governmental Relations at the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry.
Editor’s Note: A guest post from Norman Clark, a U.S. Navy submarine veteran with 13 years of law enforcement experience who
Editor’s Note: A guest post by Courtney Baker, Governmental Reform Director at LABI. The New Year’s holiday is not only
Editor’s Note: What follows is a press release from Louisiana Lawsuit Abuse Watch, headed by our friend and Hayride contributor
This comes after a substantial amount of research into the structure of the state’s finances, and the recommendations look like
Editor’s Note: A guest post from State Rep. Mike Johnson (R-Bossier City), who also serves as Chief Counsel of Freedom
Editor’s Note: A guest post from Richard Viguerie, Louisiana native and long-time conservative activist currently serving as chairman of ConservativeHQ.com,
Editor’s Note: A guest post from Rep. Mike Johnson (R-Bossier City). In the current debate about the selection of the next
Editor’s Note: A guest post from La. Rep. Mike Johnson (R-Bossier City) Below are seven key facts to explain why