The presumed nomination of Donald J. Trump in July at the Republican National Convention will be the most uncharacteristic moment in the history of the modern Republican Party. For the
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Former U.S. Senate candidate Rob Maness has just announced his bid for David Vitter’s open Senate seat. Maness, who got over 202,000 votes in his 2014 race, is expected to
Here’s some funny stuff from last night’s shocking Republican victory in Kentucky, in which the antediluvian Tea Party savage Matt Bevin unexpectedly trounced the modern sophisticate Democrat Jack Conway by
Billionaire investor and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban slammed the Republican Party on social media. He says the party “wants conformity” and denounces anyone who deviates from that. Here’s what
I’m sure you’ve seen it all over social media that “we must stop Obamatrade.” According to these people, the super secret “Obamatrade” will cause jobs to be lost, global government,
Tangipahoa School Board President Brett Duncan (R) has officially jumped in the contested 12th District State Senate race, just days after LAGOP-endorsed Beth Mizell (R) got in the race. Sen.
Just as longtime and term-limited State Sen. Ben Nevers (D-Bogalusa) is getting ready to see the door later this year,
Just when you though things could not get any worse for former Exempt Organizations Unit of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service
Our readers are by this point well aware that we believe there is little to be gained by Rob Maness
Zach Dasher, the 5th Congressional District candidate, just got a pretty big endorsement. The Tea Party of Louisiana (TPoL) has
After Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) called out Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid for running the US Senate “like a plantation,”
I haven’t made much of my column this week at the American Spectator here at the Hayride so far, which
Regardless of ethnicity, race or political beliefs, we should all truly be concerned about what we have learned as a
This is for the people who this week are trying to present the equivalence challenged in the headline as a
Following Louisiana politics is similar to herding snakes from the International Space Station. Any effectiveness is hindered by being removed
Jeff Crouere, writing at Bayou Buzz, can start a train of thought most normally indicating my pending derailment from sanity.
Eric Cantor, House Majority Leader had his head handed to him by a neophyte “Tea Party Candidate” in last night’s
The Louisiana Tea Party is asking that Gov. Bobby Jindal veto legislation that would allow the state to issue driver’s
After the Republican Leadership Conference (RLC) in New Orleans last week, it was not Col. Rob Maness who made major