We’re not going to repeat these as he sends them out. To do so would be boring, and it would also constitute an endorsement of Jindal’s presidential run. We’re not
Remember the Chris McDaniel-Thad Cochran GOP primary Senate race in Mississippi last spring? One of the accusations leveled at Cochran, which ultimately was used to paint McDaniel as a terrible
You can’t make this up. The Senate just passed SB 284, which would create a new tax credit called the Student Assessment for a Valuable Education (SAVE). What this credit
“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for
The big question surrounding the Benghazi attacks, which killed four Americans, has been ‘What on earth was Hillary Clinton doing?’ At the time, when Clinton was Secretary of State, she
A black Democrat jumping in the state’s gubernatorial race could very well be gubernatorial candidate Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne’s saving grace. High-profile prosecutor Tony Clayton, who serves on the board
Louisiana has the highest incarceration rate in the country and one of the highest rates in the world. State Rep.
LOUISIANA “Opponents of the city of St. George released a follow-up report Wednesday disputing the findings of a financial study
If you’re anywhere near Baton Rouge you’ve probably been unable to avoid the back-and-forth on the question of the St.
Yesterday, the Louisiana House passed HB 1, the budget for the upcoming fiscal year. It passed 65-37 after Democrat delegation leader
The seemingly contradictory actions within the Louisiana House of Representatives continue a disappointing session for higher education reform, highlighting a
If you’re on Governor Bobby Jindal’s e-mail list, you got the first fundraising e-mail of the Bobby Jindal for President
After Gov. Bobby Jindal’s notorious executive order yesterday in which he enacted the intent of HB707, which sought to prohibit
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The reaction to Governor Bobby Jindal’s religious freedom executive order has been overwhelmingly negative across the state and the country.
NATIONAL “At a time when 8.5 million Americans still don’t have jobs, some 40 percent have given up even looking.”
Time was there was an emphasis and necessity for challenging and stressing children so as to mold them into capable
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Editor’s Note: A guest post from Lord Christopher Monckton of Brenchley, one of the world’s most prominent critics of the