In Baton Rouge native Stormy Daniels’ tell-all memoir “Full Disclosure,” Louisiana looms large.
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The two Louisiana Republican Senators decided to take the embattled nominee at his word, which means they weren’t listening to a thing said by his female accuser.
Win or lose, Beto O’Rourke has permanently changed how campaigns should be run in the age of social media, and in so doing, he has reintroduced the fundamentals of retail politics, a style of electioneering that Louisiana had once mastered more fully than anywhere else.
A look into LABI President Stephen Waguespack’s change from an advocate for business coming to Louisiana, to an antagonist, warning investors away.
More than you’ve ever wanted to know about the manufactured scandal over a gubernatorial appointment to the Red River Waterway Commission.
The Shreveport mayoral candidate alleges he and others were listed as signatories without their consent.
Perkins and seven of his Harvard Law School classmates sent a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee praising Kavanaugh.
“You don’t give your kid his allowance the day after you discovered him stealing money from your wallet.” –Broderick Bagert
The self-published memoir by Greg Meffert, New Orleans’ disgraced former Chief Technology Officer, reveals a brash opportunist at the center of a massive public corruption scandal. Meffert’s book has moments of insight, but ultimately, “Landfall” is about a man who still struggles to acknowledge the extent of his own downfall.
A review by Peter Athas.
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.