The Low Popahirum, October 8, 2015


“U.S. lawmakers have begun investigating possible intelligence lapses related to Russia’s ongoing military action in Syria, it was reported early Thursday, as NATO defense ministers held a crisis meeting in Brussels.” – Fox News

Hillary Clinton has had aides lined up to run her debate prep for months. A Washington super lawyer is mimicking Sanders and her top policy staffer is acting as Martin O’Malley.” – Politico

“Many conservative pundits and Tea Party activists are criticizing GOP frontrunner Donald Trump’s ongoing support of eminent domain, but the real estate billionaire is not backing down.” – Breitbart

“The U.S. Capitol Police’s intelligence office issued a bulletin last month warning officers of the possibility for violence during Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan’s rally to commemorate the Million Man March.” – The Blaze

“A couple of weeks ago, ‘Bill Nye the Science Guy’, whose claim on being a scientist is as equally tenuous a his claim to being a ‘guy,’ did a video for the National Abortion Rights Action League. His objective is to show that pro-lifers are a non-scientific, superstitious lot who are using their superstition to harm women. In the process, Bill Nye shows he is very unclear on how sex works. But, given his personal life, this is not a news flash.” – Red State

“Tenured University of Pennsylvania Religious Studies Professor Anthea Butler, who has a history of making derogatory and racially fueled comments, is now under fire for suggesting Dr. Ben Carson deserves a ‘coon of the year award’ for his support of flying the Confederate Flag on private property. She made the suggestion on Twitter last week. Campus Reform has the details:” – Town Hall

“By this point, some of you may have grown tired of talking about how incompetent the Environmental Protection Agency is, so what say we switch topics and discuss how they are corrupt and eager to waste your money. No matter how many stories we see in the news about government agencies burning up taxpayer dollars on lavish trips or expensive baubles the result is always the same. Executives express outrage, vow to get to the bottom of the mess and then the matter is dropped with everyone going back to business as usual. This pattern seems to be repeating at the EPA this week as the the Washington Times reveals that the agency’s taste in office furniture is, shall we say, a bit on the high end.” – Hot Air

“Hillary Clinton thought she was pretty darn clever sending copies of ‘Hard Choices’ to her GOP opponents. But turnabout is fair play, and Rand Paul’s hitting back:” – Twitchy

Yes, it is a bodacious and merry occasion: The Media Research Center stages its annual Dishonors Awards Gala on Thursday night, so large that it can only be housed in the behemoth National Building Museum, a few blocks from the U.S. Capitol. What draws this bustling conservative crowd? It is a rare moment for them to get back at the liberal media and cite those who are the bossiest, most inane, most extreme. And that is why the event is called the “dishonors” awards. And, of course, it is sold out.” – Washington Times

“Yesterday Ben Bernanke, former chairman of the Federal Reserve, published an asinine editorial in the Wall Street Journal describing how the central bank- and the central bank only- saved the economy through artificially suppressing interest rates. As if this blatantly irrational line of reasoning wasn’t comical enough, Bernanke further went on to browbeat Fed critics as not doing ‘their bit’ for the cause.” – Conservative Daily News



Planned Parenthood is contesting the new approach Gov. Bobby Jindal’s administration has taken to remove it from Louisiana’s Medicaid program.” –

City Marshal Brian Pope criticized sheriff candidate Mark Garber and outgoing Sheriff Mike Neustrom today at a press conference.” –

The New Orleans Saints have played four games and are a quarter through their season, so what are the biggest surprises so far? Things haven’t gone according to plan since they are 1-3 but it’s time to take a moment and see what’s what as we steam through October.” –

A Metairie woman was duped into sending more than $195,000 to a man she knew only through Facebook, according to the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office. The 59-year-old woman fell victim to what authorities call a romance/confidence scam, an old-school scheme invigorated by the Internet in which swindlers take money from those looking for love or companionship.” –

There are two candidates running for Chief of Police in Iota and the KATC Investigates team finds out that one of them has a criminal history.” –

Double Dipping: Jay Dardenne’s for-profit tourism operation WLAM, LLC” – La Governor Facts

“You know a season isn’t going bad at all when  there is still plenty to worry/complain about even when you are 4-0 and climbing the polls and built around the current runaway Heisman Trophy leader.” –

“Leave it to a preacher to ask a serious and relevant question about ways to save money in a state that faces a huge financial crisis. At a recent forum of candidates running for Lt. Governor in Louisiana, Pastor Lewis Richerson of Woodlawn Baptist Church in Baton Rouge asked an interesting question.” – Jim Brown

“A 66-year-old man will spend the rest of his life in prison for a murder he committed more than 30 years ago but was convicted of just last month.” –



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