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March 13 10:44 AM
Unless someone has been living in a dark cave for the last six months, Louisiana’s budget crisis should be old news; reduced state revenues due to lower oil/gas prices and layoffs in the oil patch have certainly contributed to more concerns than happiness over lower gas prices at the pump.
March 13 10:44 AM
This past Monday I was driving on Airline Drive and noticed a billboard at Popeye’s Chicken that was advertising employee positions for those with smiling faces. I thought to myself the many times that we visit fast food restaurants where the workers are certainly less than friendly.
March 13 10:44 AM
It’s going to take a lot more than old e-mails to derail Hillary Clinton’s grasp of the Democratic presidential nomination next year. Few voters really care how she communicated with her staff while serving as Secretary of State. Republicans think they are circling the wagons in major attack mode.
March 13 08:50 AM
This past Monday I was driving on Airline Drive and noticed a billboard at Popeye’s Chicken that was advertising employee positions for those with smiling faces. I thought to myself the many times that we visit fast food restaurants where the workers are certainly less than friendly.
March 13 08:50 AM
Unless someone has been living in a dark cave for the last six months, Louisiana’s budget crisis should be old news; reduced state revenues due to lower oil/gas prices and layoffs in the oil patch have certainly contributed to more concerns than happiness over lower gas prices at the pump.
March 13 08:50 AM
On average, federal crop insurance subsidies cover 62 percent of premiums. These subsidies are completely unlimited, meaning the largest and wealthiest farms receive premium subsidies on every acre they farm. A Government Accountability Office study from 2012 pointed to an example of one farm who insured crops in eight counties and received about $1.
March 13 08:50 AM
It’s going to take a lot more than old e-mails to derail Hillary Clinton’s grasp of the Democratic presidential nomination next year. Few voters really care how she communicated with her staff while serving as Secretary of State. Republicans think they are circling the wagons in major attack mode.
March 06 01:23 PM
In his quixotic quest to run for president, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal has been out of the state 50 percent of the time in recent months. He’s rarely been visible in his home state, but voters are getting to know him far and wide in the likes Iowa, New Hampshire, Florida and numerous other states with early presidential primaries.

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