The Low Popahirum, October 28, 2015


“Just hours before GOP candidates take the stage here Wednesday night, tensions over the Republican National Committee’s handling of the debates are flaring anew.” – Politico

There’s gold in them there rivers and streams of Oregon, but there are salmon, too – and state officials are on the side of the fish, not the prospectors.” – Fox News

“America’s traditional Middle East allies, having run out of patience with President Barack Obama’s policy in Syria, are now reaching out to a resurgent Russia — even though it is bolstering the very dictator so many of them have pushed to leave power.” – Red State

“Yesterday Republican members of the House Oversight Committee introduced a resolution to impeach IRS Commissioner John Koskinen for a variety of offenses.” – Katie Pavlich/Town Hall

“The Florida Republican party has released video of Hillary Clinton supporters being unable to name an accomplishment of the former first lady, senator, and secretary of state. To make matters worse, the supporters the Florida GOP interviews are at a Clinton campaign event.” – Weekly Standard

Tonight’s debate will feature a number of real presidential contenders, and a greater number of people who should drop out already.” – The Daily Beast

“Just hours before GOP candidates take the stage here Wednesday night, tensions over the Republican National Committee’s handling of the debates are flaring anew.” – Politico

“Now, at the DoubleTree, three members of the Sanders high command—campaign manager Jeff Weaver, communications director Michael Briggs, and field director Phil Fiermonte—were reflecting on what Clinton’s record might say about her character. All agreed that Sanders and his staff believed that Clinton had moved to the left on numerous issues, from the Trans-Pacific Partnership to the Keystone pipeline, for purely political reasons: to foreclose daylight between her and Sanders. I asked Weaver if he thought that made her, as some longtime Clinton critics argue, a craven hypocrite and opportunist?” – Hot Air

The giant debt ceiling increase rolled together with a budget deal was introduced at 11:36 p.m. Monday, in the dead of night, several congressional sources confirm to Breitbart News.” – Breitbart

“A group of conservative Latinos from ‘two dozen top Hispanic conservative groups’ held a press conference in Boulder, Colo. yesterday ahead of tonight’s GOP debate in order to warn the candidates that if they adopt Donald Trump-esqe immigration policies, then ‘don’t expect us to come to your side during the general election.'” – Twitchy


“The private investigator accused of illegally eavesdropping for U.S. Sen. David Vitter’s gubernatorial campaign is free to return to Texas.” –



“Democratic candidate for governor John Bel Edwards has launched his first new TV ad for the runoff election, saying his Republican rival David Vitter only offers Louisiana ‘deception and hypocrisy.'” – American Press

“When bow season opened in Area 2 on Oct. 1, the clock started ticking for Nikki Gaspard.” – Louisiana Sportsman

“Due to a large, albeit welcomed, saturating amount of rain over the weekend that helped dampen the chances of the spread of wildland fires, the State Fire Marshal’s Office and the Department of Agriculture and Forestry are lifting a statewide burn ban that took effect on Oct. 16.” – West Central’s Best

“For the first quarter of fiscal year 2016, the Louisiana Lottery Corporation has transferred $38.9 million to the state’s coffers, up 6 percent from 2015.” –

“If you’re a fan of Blue Bell ice cream and have $129 to spare, Blue Bell will deliver four half-gallons of ice cream to your home or business.” –

This was an old Steph Curry story, even if it came at the start of a new season.” –

“A new report by New Orleans’ inspector general finds that the Sewerage & Water Board spent almost $400,000 on fuel and repair costs for staffers’ public, take-home vehicles. What’s more: S&WB can’t even report how often those workers used those the vehicles to serve the public.” – FOX8Live

“LSU. Alabama. Prime time on Nov. 7 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, with Southeastern Conference, SEC West and College Football Playoff stakes in play on a national stage.” – The Baton Rouge Advocate





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