In Palm Springs, Calif., last Friday, Nov. 20, just after 3 p.m., the Riverside County Sheriff’s Office received a call about a fire at the Ramon Road Bridge, located between Landau Boulevard and Crossley Road. Palm Springs Police Lt.
Louisianans have elected Democrat John Bel Edwards their governor. Does this prove Louisiana is not a "red," decidedly conservative state, or that Edwards was merely the lucky guy in the way of angry voters hell-bent on delivering a hot, hot message of disapproval to incumbent, senior U.
The October 2015 Net Receipts Report shows that total state revenue thus far for 2015-2016 was $2.177 billion, a 14 percent decrease compared to that time last year. Sales tax receipt growth was up slightly. Personal income, severance and corporation/ franchise tax receipts were down.
Now that the election season is finally over, Caddo citizens can take heart, to some extent, that the Caddo Commission has five newly elected members to join the “hungover seven” who have voted consistently to line their pockets — literally and figuratively.
Four months ago in the Louisiana governor’s race, Sen. David Vitter was a slam-dunk. He seemed to have it all. Gobs of PAC money flowing in from all over the U.S., strong support from most of the Republican establishment including his GOP colleagues in Washington, and a huge lead in the polls.
Sixty Rayburn was well known for his folksy sayings during legislative sessions. He often urged his colleagues to never forget the folks back home when deciding issues at the State Capitol. Sixty put it this way: “Always dance with the one that brought you.
Like Jindal, Vitter labels himself as conservative. Jindal came to office with a budget surplus of over $1 billion. He leaved officer with a huge budget deficit which, for 2016, will exceed $500,000,000.
Often when someone is arrested for methamphetamine possession and goes before a judge, the defendant is given a suspended sentence and put on probation. There is not sufficient prison space to lock up everyone using meth anyway, and everyone deserves a second chance to turn their lives around.
Unfortunately, the writers of the article did, in fact, slander the Louisiana Supreme Court — identify themselves, the Stewart Campaign. James Stewart and his campaign manager, Marshall Jones, as well as attorney minions who contributed to this pathetic the Disciplinary Counsel of the Louisiana State Bar.
I have run a positive campaign based upon my 35 years of public service as an aggressive prosecutor, former First Assistant District Attorney and elected judge of both the Caddo Parish District Court and the Louisiana Court of Appeals. My campaign is supported by the most diverse group of supporters in the history of Caddo Parish politics.