Perkins and seven of his Harvard Law School classmates sent a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee praising Kavanaugh.
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The rise and fall of the machine.
The freshman Republican from Louisiana’s Third District had already aligned himself with two anti-government militia groups.
The Bayou Brief launches an investigative project on Big Oil, Gas Giants, and the “Invisible Empire” that controls Louisiana’s economy.
Landry and Murrill are the first public officials to apply the term to an entirely ministerial accounting procedure or to suggest that career civil servants at the Department of Health and Human Services are somehow actively involved in this conspiracy.
The African-American Caddo Parish Commissioner has championed the removal of a Confederate monument at the parish courthouse.
During his two years in Congress, Rep. Clay Higgins has continually championed violent, anti-government extremists. As he seeks reelection, Louisianians can no longer afford to look the other way.
Unless things change, we will continue to float on the water of the springs until we sink permanently into the gulf.
As Robert Mueller’s investigation continues, connections to Louisiana become increasingly difficult to ignore.
The federal multidistrict litigation panel’s decision represents a significant victory for the State of Louisiana and specifically for District Attorney Keith Stutes and for Plaquemines, Jefferson, Cameron, and St. Bernard parishes.