The invitation indicated that the event was a fund-raiser for “State Representative Patrick C. Williams, District 4.” An impressive video presentation reflected Williams as an active legislator in both Baton Rouge and Shreveport. And Williams playfully teased the crowd by announcing that “I am running” — and after a long pause — “in the Susan G.
He was explaining to me that he was in Day Eight of the hostage crisis. Now don’t get me wrong. He didn’t work for some government agency or anything like that. It involved some American Tourister luggage being held hostage by a flying madhouse, as he called it.
Dear Sen. Vitter, Thank you for your letter today sharing your concerns and recommendations in regard to the Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) system failure on Saturday, Oct. 12. We would like to share with you how we have already addressed your concerns.
The Caddo Commission has not fared well with its constituents in the past few days. On Monday, Oct. 14, pet owners and animal advocates blasted the Commission’s Animal Services and its director Everett Harris. And on Saturday, Oct. 19, Caddo voters defeated both Commission proposals on the ballot.
Jindal said, “The Obama Administration wants to deny a voice to the very people who will be harmed by this ridiculous lawsuit. in an offensively worded motion, the U.S. Department of Justice is trying to muzzle parents who simply want to express an opinion about why their children should have the opportunity to escape failing schools.
The Oct. 18 edition of San Angelo LIVE! (sanangelolive.com) contained an interesting report on the resurgence of the methamphetamine problem in San Angelo, Texas. A number of important points were made, and while I have written about many of these before, they bear repeating in Meth in the News.
Unless we make a change, Washington insiders will get a special exemption from the normal Obamacare rules and costs that apply to other Americans. Even worse, this is contrary to the Obamacare statute itself; it's an insider bailout created through a special Obama administration rule – in other words, by administrative fiat.
I recently read of a tragic incident which underscored the vital importance of a goof name. Joseph Bertis Randolph Miller is as good a name, I suppose, as any. Mr. Miller, a 25-year-old resident of New York state, always thought it was a exceptionally good name, since he inherited it from his father.