Archive for April, 2007

Walter Boasso – Switch is Definite

April 25, 2007

Walter Boasso has once again failed to keep his word to a Republican organization, bailing out at the last minute on the Acadiana Young Republicans. That’s the kind of leader Louisiana needs, a guy who complains about ethics, but doesn’t keep his word to young members of our society that is trying to get involved […]

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Unstoppable!

April 24, 2007

It seems to me that the Democrat hatred of Bush might have helped propel Democrats back into control of the Congress, but at least here in Louisiana, and the exposure Democrats gave to their hatred has created much needed reform. Wouldn’t it be refreshing that states like Massachussets, California, and New York be known for […]

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A Bone to Pick With Dr. Dobson

April 21, 2007

Senator Barry Goldwater had a rather contentious relationship with the religious right. The senator from Arizona reflected the Republican Party’s “libertarian” wing, and feared the Republican party being turned into a kind of “religious organization.” When President Ronald Reagan nominated Sandra Day O’Connor to the Supreme Court, the Rev. Jerry Falwell went nuts. He questioned […]

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CAN WE ALLOW BERNICE TO BE SACRIFICED, AGAIN!?

April 18, 2007

Why are we allowing the Union Parish School Board and the Union Parish School District to manipulate economic policy in Union Parish? Union Parish has long been a distant thought in the minds of most Louisiana Legislators. What rare moments occurred when those thoughts were in the forefront, were certainly the briefest of moments. This […]

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DAY OF HORROR

April 16, 2007

The tragedy of the Virginia school shootings will resonate with us for years to come. Questions are surfacing now about how it could have been prevented. Some blame guns, others blame a lack of security at the university. But the event just reminds me of something we don’t like to admit: the world is a […]

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WWRD? What Would Reagan Do?

April 16, 2007

I often write Liberal Sermons because the Democrat party seems to me more of a religion than a political party. A party where people will change their so called values on a whim to match their party leadership’s stance. I’ll never forget the day that I was debating a girl on abortion, in which she […]

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Meet the Next Governor of Louisiana

April 15, 2007
Meet the Next Governor of Louisiana

My Conversation with Bobby – The Experience of a Lifetime “Yes, yes, and I also believe that we need to do all we can to reduce abortions. I want to see us in a culture that accepts EVERY life.” The first time I ever saw Bobby in the “flesh” I was standing out in front […]

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Meet the Next Governor of Louisiana – Part II

April 15, 2007
Meet the Next Governor of Louisiana – Part II

“It has never been the role of the Federal Government to tell local school boards and local communities how to run schools.” Bobby Jindal is a tremendous speaker and seemed on top of his game, easily keeping the crowd’s attention. His message is easy to follow and its abundance of common sense clearly differentiates from […]

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Meet the Next Governor of Louisiana – Part III

April 15, 2007
Meet the Next Governor of Louisiana – Part III

Adding to the woes of Louisiana schools is Federal interference. “It has never been the role of the Federal Government to tell local school boards and local communities how to run schools.” – Bobby Jindal, U. S. Congressman. “We are simply not doing enough to provide our residents with quality healthcare.” Glenda Elford, a Downsville […]

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Tony G – A Long Road, a Long Shot

April 15, 2007
Tony G – A Long Road, a Long Shot

“The Northern part of the state has long felt like it’s another state continually being left out. That will stop immediately.” Louisiana Conservative: What prompted you to run an independent candidacy? Tony Gentile: I was prompted to run as an Independent based on my feeling that the GOP would back Jindal and the Democrats would […]

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