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 Filled with tired rhetoric about support for oil and gas, the two top Republican Presidential contenders came to Louisiana and showed their true selves, not having any understanding that the future of Oil and Gas is directly tied to restoring America's WETLAND in Coastal Louisiana.  Only Newt Gingrich had the right stuff for the State's future when he showed a knowledge of the importance of coastal erosion and the role of the federal government in funding it.  No Republican President has mentioned the most important issue to our state, and any Republican who cares about this state, should stand with Newt.

State Representative John Bel Edwards of Amite, shown here, took to the House floor yesterday to tell his colleagues that the State Republican Party had filed a public records for his correspondence with a teachers organization and had also filed for the home addresses of teachers in his home parish of Tangipahoa.  Opponents of Governor Jindal's education legislation have found themselves under attack by the Governor's aides who crashed a press conference on Monday.  Mailers against Edwards and other opponents are also being sent out in their home districts, causing Edwards to push back, saying,  "That is beneath the dignity of this body. It is unworthy of the people we represent and the ideals we try to uphold." 

After reading all 595 anonymous comments posted on the New Orleans Times Picayune website, nola.com by Sal Perricone, WWL's Tommy Tucker concludes the prosecutor is a "gutless wonder".  Tucker takes off the gloves with Perricone, whose comments have been uncovered by landfill owner Fred Heebe's Washington attorneys, using the former FBI profiler who broke the Unabomber code and identified him.  Read more at the link below.
 America's WETLAND in coastal Louisiana may get a fresh infusion of funds via Congressional action that ensures BP oil spill fines stay close to where the impact was the greatest and not spread across the federal budget. Read about the importance of the action last week in the U.S. Senate and get involved by letting Congress know how important this is to the Gulf South.
 Ed Anderson reports in the TP that a legislator given the axe by the Jindal Adminstration cites "fear and initimadation factors" as part of the current Adminstration's play book.  While such tactics have been around a long time, the ploy seems to counter claims by the adminstration of fairness and transparency.  As the Louisiana Legislature begins a session with education reform proposals sounding like national policy alignment on their agenda, where will the line between personal political advantage and appropriate state policy be drawn?  Questions with no answers seem the order of the day in this second term maneuvering.  
Sunday, 11 March 2012

LANDRIEU BEATS THE ODDS

 Like a drawn out fight, Mary Landrieu has stayed in the ring long enough to outlast jabs and punches thrown at her during attempts to keep BP oil spill fine monies in the Gulf Coast and not spread across the nation like a ragged blanket.  When there is money, there are vultures in Congress, no matter how right or wrong attacking the bacon may be for a good national diet.  For years, Landrieu has attempted to get a fair deal for restoring America's WETLAND along Louisiana's coast based on the national benefits served by the region.  We are one step closer to having funds available to begin the action of restoration.  Like a champ, she outlasted, dodged and swerved to keep hope alive for the underdog.
Sunday, 11 March 2012

LANDRIEU BEATS THE ODDS

 Like a drawn out fight, Mary Landrieu has stayed in the ring long enough to outlast jabs and punches thrown at her during attempts to keep BP oil spill fine monies in the Gulf Coast and not spread across the nation like a ragged blanket.  When there is money, there are vultures in Congress, no matter how right or wrong attacking the bacon may be for a good national diet.  For years, Landrieu has attempted to get a fair deal for restoring America's WETLAND along Louisiana's coast based on the national benefits served by the region.  We are one step closer to having funds available to begin the action of restoration.  Like a champ, she outlasted, dodged and swerved to keep hope alive for the underdog.

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