Back in December, Scott wrote about how the Bobby Jindal political team had a horrendous 2016. How bad was the year? This bad: That team had a devastatingly bad cycle.
At WWL.com is an Associated Press story which begins to describe something we’ve been talking about for months at the Hayride – namely, that flood recovery is becoming a major
One of the Black Lives Matter protesters arrested during the Alton Sterling protests over the summer is back in the East Baton Rouge Parish Jail but on much more serious
In January of last year, we reported that members of the Louisiana State Trooper Association were caught illegally funnelling money to political campaigns. A member of the LSTA would make
UPDATED: Ahhh, says the governor’s office, but he’s paying for himself. Except that WBRZ says “not so much.” The governor said it was his intention to personally fund his trip
Here’s a feel-good story of Democrats not wanting to circle the wagons around another Democrat who has screwed up badly: Helena Moreno (D-New Orleans) has called on Troy Brown once
Tough on crime? Sure. Unless you’re in the state legislature. State Senator Troy Brown has pleaded no contest to a
Ask a Louisiana politico who “founded” the GOP in the state and you’re likely to hear the name Dave Treen.
John Kennedy, Louisiana’s new U.S. Senator, has vowed that he’ll stay very engaged in political affairs back him in the
Specifically, crime cameras. And more specifically, spending $13 million on building a command center to look at video of the
The Louisiana Board of Regents is struggling to figure out how to fund the TOPS scholarship through the budget crisis.
On Friday, a left-wing rag based out of New Orleans called The Lens published an op-ed by Victoria Coy. Coy
At least, that’s the strong impression one gets from reading the letter that New Orleans Police Department superintendent Michael Harrison
The Times-Picayune had an article today detailing the status of the flood recovery. As you can guess, it’s not going
WWL Radio in New Orleans has a story with some red-hot quotes from Louisiana’s attorney general about crime in New
Editor’s Note: A guest post by Jim Patterson, Vice President of Government Relations and Director of Taxation and Finance at the
Remember Elio Motors? They’re the startup company that was supposed to build 3 wheeled cars in the old GM factory
…that could change this weekend. From KTVE in Monroe: So our thinking for later this week– based on the latest
Our readers may have heard about the revision to the state’s Coastal Master Plan, just out, which has gotten a