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    These 9 Newspapers Ignore Mary Landrieu’s ‘Racist’ And ‘Sexist’ Remarks

These 9 Newspapers Ignore Mary Landrieu’s ‘Racist’ And ‘Sexist’ Remarks

By now, you’re read about how Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA) said this to NBC’s Chuck Todd: “I’ll be very, very honest with you. The South has not always been the

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    John Diez’ Fascinating Early Voting Analysis

John Diez’ Fascinating Early Voting Analysis

The conventional wisdom you’ll see in a number of quarters, including here at the Hayride not once but twice this week, albeit with a dissenting opinion here, has been that

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    Cassidy On Landrieu’s RaceGate: I Wish She’d Spend More Time On Policy Instead Of Insulting Us

Cassidy On Landrieu’s RaceGate: I Wish She’d Spend More Time On Policy Instead Of Insulting Us

After Mary Landrieu called out the people of Louisiana and the South for their purported racism and sexism as an explanation for why she and President Obama have such low

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    Louisiana To Ebola Doctors: ‘Keep Your Distance’

Louisiana To Ebola Doctors: ‘Keep Your Distance’

There is one message state officials are trying to make known to doctors working with Ebola patients: Stay out of our state, please. In a letter to the American Society

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    SADOW: 14 Constitutional Amendments Is Far Too Many

SADOW: 14 Constitutional Amendments Is Far Too Many

Yes, voters are getting plenty of rest ahead of Nov. 4, in order to complete the sprint that will be required of them to get through the ballot in the

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    Other Interesting Findings In The Suffolk Poll

Other Interesting Findings In The Suffolk Poll

We discussed earlier today a number of notable results of the USA Today/Suffolk poll of 500 likely Louisiana voters released this morning, but in a rush to post the main

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WAGUESPACK: A Strong Ground Game Can Make All The Difference

  WAGUESPACK: A Strong Ground Game Can Make All The Difference

This time of year, a strong ground game can make all the difference in the world. Just ask Ole Miss.

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SADOW: More Rigor Is Needed In Louisiana’s Teacher Evaluations

  SADOW: More Rigor Is Needed In Louisiana’s Teacher Evaluations

As the state continues to review accountability measures for teachers and schools, new data out last week confirms that greater,

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SARGE: Vitter Walks Back His Common Core Stance

  SARGE: Vitter Walks Back His Common Core Stance

KDSL RELEASES INAUGURAL WHITE PAPER ON AMERICAN CURRICULUM SCHOOLS IN DUBAI Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE): Today, Know.Do.Serve.Learn. (KDSL) released the

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SADOW: What Is John Kennedy Thinking?

  SADOW: What Is John Kennedy Thinking?

Readers interested in Louisiana politics got another reminder recently of the maddening inconsistency of state Treasurer John Kennedy’s thinking, and

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Ebola In NOLA? Health Officials Say Patient Is ‘Low Risk’

  Ebola In NOLA? Health Officials Say Patient Is ‘Low Risk’

New Orleans is the latest city in the country going through an Ebola disease scare. Tonight, it was reported that

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SADOW: No New Taxes In Caddo Or Bossier, Please

  SADOW: No New Taxes In Caddo Or Bossier, Please

Voters on both Caddo and Bossier Parishes, but especially the latter, face some Trojan Horse proposals that likely will raise

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WAGUESPACK: Opportunity Abounds for Louisiana Women In STEM

  WAGUESPACK: Opportunity Abounds for Louisiana Women In STEM

Why do people rob banks? Because that is where the money is. While this simple logic has unfortunately encouraged some

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MORE MISUSE? Mary Landrieu Campaigned At Katrina Jackson’s District Office

  MORE MISUSE? Mary Landrieu Campaigned At Katrina Jackson’s District Office

Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA) is no stranger to misusing public, taxpayer money. Last week, Landrieu attended a community meeting at

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Another Pro-Life Endorsement For Bill Cassidy

  Another Pro-Life Endorsement For Bill Cassidy

The national pro-life political action committee, the Susan B. Anthony List Candidate Fund has endorsed Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) in the Louisiana Senate

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UPDATED: They’ve Turned In The St. George Petition

  UPDATED: They’ve Turned In The St. George Petition

UPDATE: The Registrar of Voters says the number of signatures the St. George organizers would need to satisfy the requirements

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SADOW: Should Louisiana Count Its Bonus Money Toward This Year’s Budget?

  SADOW: Should Louisiana Count Its Bonus Money Toward This Year’s Budget?

So the state lost track of around $320 million starting in 2002, and it’s out there available to be spent.

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SADOW: Onward And Upward With Education Reform

  SADOW: Onward And Upward With Education Reform

As expected, the Louisiana Supreme Court flushed home the slam dunk on the state’s 2012 revolutionary education reforms, and having

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POLITICO Asks Whether Cassidy Is Too Boring For Louisiana On The Day He Opens A Nine-Point Lead

  POLITICO Asks Whether Cassidy Is Too Boring For Louisiana On The Day He Opens A Nine-Point Lead

Timing is everything in politics. It’s pretty important in journalism, too. That’s a pretty good lesson for Burgess Everett of

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