Rep. Joseph Cao (R-LA) in Washington: A Dose of Patriotic Upliftenment to Start Your Day
Promoted from diaries. – Moe Lane The story of newly-elected Congressman Anh “Joseph” Cao, Republican of the Second District of Louisiana, embodies everything good and optimistic about our Republic. Not
‘Jena Six’ Defendant Shoots Self to Avoid Media Spotlight
Legitimate civil rights victims are in woefully short supply these days. Back in 2006, a cadre of progressive and minority rights agitators descended on the small town of Jena, LA,
Minnesota: Banana Republic?
Minnesota enjoys a reputation as a progressive, highly-educated, hard-working paragon of Midwestern virtue. It is the polar opposite of my adopted home state of Louisiana. Minnesota is near the top
CBC to Cao: “Whites (and Vietnamese Republicans) Need Not Apply”
Promoted from diaries. Will the CBC choose the content of Cao’s character over the color of his skin? After all, the people of LA-02 did. – Moe Lane This should
“Bill Jefferson’s Legal Woes Just Got Worse”
In a <a href=”http://blog.nola.com/jamesgill/2008/12/jeffersons_legal_woes_just_got.html”>Times-Picayune opinion piece,</a> writer James Gill observes that defeated U.S. Rep. William Jefferson (D-LA) is set receive the O.J. version of American Justice: as much as he
It’s Official…Fleming Headed to Congress Without Recount
Democrat Paul Carmouche has conceded to Republican Representative-Elect John Flemming. Flemming will take over the seat of retiring Republican Rep. Jim McCrery (Louisiana-4). Flemming held a strong Republican district by 350 votes.
Holy Cao! (pronounced “gow”)
Anh “Joseph” Cao adjusts to role as GOP star If only Washington would adjust to the courage, humility and sense of service that Rep.-elect Cao brings to his post. Cao,
Mr. Cao Goes to Washington
The stunning defeat of career Corruptocrat William Jefferson (D-LA; IN HIS FREEZER!) gives us all several reasons to celebrate. Sure, it’s a partisan victory, but one that is unlikely to
With the help of an upset win the bayou states sends two more Republicans to Washington
Have you ever heard of Anh “Joseph” Cao (R)? Don’t worry neither have I accept only recently. Never mind that. The people of 2nd Congressional District in Louisiana have and
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Alive And Kicking
With the ouster of William “In His Freezer” Jefferson and the capture of another House seat in Louisiana, the Republican Party shows that it is anything but a spent force.
The Obama Honeymoon: Let’s Ignore Elections
William Jefferson lost. Let’s be honest. In his district, his loss had more to do with him not sharing the money in his freezer than it does him having put
Lessons Learned from LA-02: Hooray for Joseph Cao!
“It’s an ill wind that blows nobody any good.” Saturday’s general election in LA-02 would normally have fallen on November 4, but the election scheduled was altered on account of
Meet Joseph Cao (R-LA)
From the Times-Picayune, Dec. 1 edition: <blockquote>Born in war-ravaged Vietnam, Cao fled to the United States when he was 8, learned English, earned degrees in physics and philosophy, and joined
A better look at LA CD-4 shows cause for concern
I had a chance back in November to meet John Fleming’s campaign strategist. He also happened to be congressman Paul Broun’s as well. Both men were in Augusta, GA the
John Fleming, Republican for LA-04.
My name is John Fleming and I am running for Congress in Louisiana’s 4th Congressional District. We are the last congressional race in the country. Voters go to the polls