This is the story of how Louisiana’s retiring senior U.S. Senator might have become the third Long to be governor in only 60 years.
Posts from: September 2017
The Saints Put Together An Impressive Performance That Shows a Vision of What This Team Can Be
State Sen. Conrad Appel is an outspoken critic of trial lawyers. And yet he may be the legislature’s most prolific plaintiff.
But a wealthy businessman publicly undermining the civil justice system is not only hypocritical; it’s dangerous for our democracy and our environment.
The Saints find themselves in a familiar hole with familiar problems
Peter Athas is uninspired by the first-string candidates in New Orleans’ mayoral race.
For too long, we have seen banks, pay day lenders, and credit card companies get away with scamming our neighbors, especially poor and older Americans. Through widespread schemes laced with fraud and deception, these multibillion dollar companies have stopped at nothing to unjustly take hard earned money from working families and those struggling to make ends meet.
Jimmy Kimmel eviscerates Louisiana Senator Bill Cassidy. Here’s the full transcript.
As the country discusses the merits of the Cassidy and Graham proposal to repeal Obamacare, it’s worth remembering that Cassidy, the bill’s principal author and sponsor, could not produce the vast majority of time sheets documenting his work at LSU. This is still a problem, no matter how the Senator or LSU attempts to explain their highly unusual and ethically problematic business relationship.
The latest on the Saints from Nath.
When it comes to houses, is bigger always better? According to proponents of the tiny house movement In Louisiana, the answer might just be no.