The Low Popahirum, April 26, 2016


“But just winning won’t be enough. The front-runner needs blowouts.” – Politico

The parents of two teenagers who vanished months ago while fishing off the coast of Florida engaged in a new legal battle over a recovered iPhone, with one family filing a restraining order Sunday to keep the phone away from the other family before law enforcement could examine it.” – Fox News

“What if I told you a Democrat Governor just pencil whipped over 200,000 convicted felons into eligibility to vote swing state, just in time to support Hillary Clinton this fall? I’d say it sounds like someone’s trying to rig the system!” – Red State

Secretary of State John Kerry and his wife Teresa Heinz have invested millions of U.S. dollars through family trusts in at least 11 offshore tax havens, according to an analysis by The Daily Caller News Foundation.” – Daily Caller

“It’s just the last effort to curb harassment.” –

Ted Cruz may be bracing for a poor finish in Tuesday’s five Republican presidential primary races. The Texas senator told Fox News host Sean Hannity late Monday he expects it to be a good day for GOP front-runner Donald Trump, and didn’t muster much excitement for his own campaign’s chances.” – Washington Examiner

“Frustrated with Manafort, the GOP front-runner shifts some power back to campaign manager Lewandowski.” – Politico

The Republican Party could be maimed for years following the 2016 presidential election, party insiders tell the Washington Examiner.” – Washington Examiner

Hillary Clinton says she will aim to have a Cabinet that is half women if she is elected president.” –

“Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly will sit down for a face-to-face interview with Republican front-runner Donald Trump next month, following the host’s ‘incognito’ meeting with the billionaire businessman a couple weeks ago.” – The Blaze


Louisiana lawmakers are making a bipartisan push to regulate drones, an area where developing technology meets privacy concerns.” –

“Louisiana’s state senators are taking aim at last-minute pay raises by exiting governors.” –

A colleague of mine got to talking about famous people from the Acadiana area. We all know of the many athletes, musicians and politicians. But there is one sector that we don’t usually associate with this region, and that is acting.” –

A Louisiana high school student is facing three charges, including terrorizing, following an investigation of threats made on social media about a potential incident at the school prom.” –

Former assistant district attorney Leo Hemelt was one a handful of lawyers working in Walter Reed’s office who provided advice and counsel to the St. Tammany Parish Hospital Board as part of a long- standing agreement between the two agencies.” –

“A week before the 47th edition of New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, the story looked to be the festival recommitting to its core values — good singing and good playing — with a talent roster overwhelmingly from New Orleans and Louisiana.” – USA Today

One by one, purple balloons emerged from the Ooh Poo Pah Doo’s front door. Hands found the balloons’ strings and sent them into the crowd, where fans mourned and celebrated the life of Prince, who died Thursday, April 21 at his Paisley Park estate in Minneapolis.” – Best of New Orleans

“The full House voted against a bill aimed at ending the public-private split in Louisiana high school football playoffs.” –

Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen Inc (PLKI) was Reiterated by Maxim Group to ‘Buy’ while Lowering the Price Target of the company shares to $ 64 from a previous price target of $66 . Maxim Group advised their investors in a research report released on Apr 26, 2016.

Students at Carrie Martin Elementary in Plain Dealing soon will be returning to class after the school was evacuated this morning, a Bossier School District spokeswoman says.” –


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