What Happened In Louisiana’s Primary?
When the calls were first made for Louisiana, virtually every network saw Donald Trump as the clear winner based on the early vote results: Somewhere in the neighborhood of 45-23 Trump to Cruz. However, as the night went on, that changed. Ted Cruz came back within about four points of Trump (at times during the night, he was within three points). So… what happened? What | Read More »
(UPDATED) And the Louisiana Winner Is… Donald Trump
It’s early, but Donald Trump has been declared the winner in Louisiana after dominating the early vote results with more than 45%. Ted Cruz is in second place with around 23% of the vote, and Marco Rubio has between 19-20%. Now, what a lot of the projections are based upon right now are the early vote results, which some people are skeptical of, but Louisiana’s | Read More »
(VIDEO) Bill Clinton Credits Hillary With Getting UN Sanctions Imposed On IRAQ!?
Bill Clinton’s performance on the campaign trail is exactly what you’d expect from a feeble 70 year old man
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New Louisiana Poll Shows Trump Set For Big Win Saturday
A new poll conducted by Magellan Strategies and released at the Louisiana conservative blog, The Hayride, shows Donald Trump ahead of Ted Cruz, who’s in a distant second. Marco Rubio in this poll does not meet the 20% threshold to gain delegates from Louisiana, which holds its primary on Saturday. According to the poll, Trump has a 41-21 lead over Cruz, with Rubio at 15. | Read More »
Louisiana’s Democrat Governor Threatens College Football Over Taxes
Last night, a Democrat was on TV and pretty much threatened to ruin everything… and surprisingly, it’s not Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders I’m referring to. Louisiana’s newly-seated Democratic governor, John Bel Edwards, gave an address to the state calling for new taxes to be passed by the state legislature. If he does not get those tax increases, then it will mean no college football | Read More »
Louisiana State Troopers Association Chief Using Group Money for Politics?
In a historic move this year, the Louisiana State Troopers Association endorsed a political candidate – specifically, they endorse Democratic gubernatorial candidate, and eventual winner, John Bel Edwards. It was a moved that shocked that the troopers of the state, as there was no vote to endorse even held among the rank and file of the group. It was an executive decision, and one that | Read More »
Louisiana Republicans deserve the next four years
In what was called by Scott McKay of The Hayride “a personal repudiation of ,” Democrat John Bel Edwards won a landslide victory to become the next governor of the state of Louisiana. Vitter’s defeat was the worst defeat of a Republican since David Duke. Election night started out bad for Vitter, and only got worse as time went on, and he ended the night | Read More »
What Happened In Louisiana?
On Saturday night, Louisiana elected for governor a very liberal Democrat legislator with absolutely no accomplishments other than having served in the military for eight years. He has filed and supported legislation to stop school choice, done the bidding of trial lawyers, and even promised to expand Medicaid (though he is currently backing away from it). So, why on earth would Louisiana do this? Was | Read More »
Louisiana is disappearing!
Sea level rise! South Louisiana is disappearing — an area the size of a football field disappears every 15 minutes! Or so we’ve been told. The scapegoats range from the oil and gas industry to climate change to invasive species — feral hogs and the lowly nutria. The story fits well with environmentalist panic and the new geologic age, the Anthropocene. Geologist Chris McLindon has | Read More »
RINO Jay Dardenne to Endorse Democrat John Bel Edwards for #LAGov
In Louisiana, there is no shortage of drama in politics. We have mastered the political underworld, and continue to prove it in new and exciting ways. As of this writing, Republican Jay Dardenne is set to announce that he is endorsing Democrat John Bel Edwards for governor of Louisiana. The primary fight between Dardenne and U.S. was incredibly bitter, as both camps unleashed a torrent | Read More »
David Vitter must beat John Bel Edwards #LAGov
As Moe mentioned on Saturday night, it will be versus Democrat John Bel Edwards in the race for Louisiana’s next governor. It was a close race, with Vitter trailing another Republican, Scott Angelle, for a good part of the returns coverage. However, Vitter strongholds started showing up on the map and the two flipped. This entire scene comes after a very ugly primary season, which saw | Read More »
Looks like it’s going to be Vitter vs. Bel Edwards in the Louisiana gubernatorial runoff…
David Vitter and John Bel Edwards are likely headed to the Louisiana gubernatorial runoff election.
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Ohio Senate Votes on Eliminating Planned Parenthood Funding
While society continues to celebrate post-birth diversity, the fight for the very basic, biological right to life for the unborn rages on. The Center for Medical Progress has unearthed a passion in the pro-life field, and that is driving state government, supported by the people, to vote on funding for the behemoth of death, Planned Parenthood. The latest state to do so is Ohio, as | Read More »