Archive for May, 2008

Do As They Say, Not As They Do!

May 29, 2008

Moderation, the word used by the main stream media to describe liberal Democrats. Think about it, how many times have you heard the press talk about extreme right wing Christian Republicans? And when was the last time you heard the main stream media talk about any Democrat as an extreme left wing Socialist Democrat? Or […]

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May 28, 2008

Thursday, May 29, 2008 Baton Rouge, Louisiana   INDIANA JONES CHOSE WISELY SO SHOULD THE LOUISIANA LEGISLATURE   Robert Redford posed the question at the end of the movie, The Candidate, which should have been asked by the newly elected Louisiana Legislature: “What do we do now?”  The new guys and gals in town started […]

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John Maginnis in the Twilight Zone

May 24, 2008

With the greatest effort to be cordial, I think John Maginnis may need to “get a map”. Appearing to be at least lost from reality, Maginnis seems to think Louisiana Republicans are having a difficult time deciding which would be better; keeping Governor Bobby Jindal in the Governor’s Mansion, or having him sit on his […]

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Throwing Money At Education Still Won’t Fix It

May 22, 2008

HB1349, The Parental Choice Education Reform Program, by Rep. Patrick Williams and Rep. Tony Ligi, will be heard today in the House Education Committee. This bill would allow students across Louisiana to attend the non-public school of their choice. All while putting more money, on a per-student basis, into public schools. We have thrown mountains […]

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Who’s Side Are You On?

May 22, 2008

Self preservation, it’s at the very core of politics. Lazy people vote for politicians who will put food on their table, hard working  middle class will vote for the guy who’s going to allow them to keep more of their money, business people will support the guy who doesn’t want to interfere in his business, […]

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Bastards No More in Louisiana

May 21, 2008

Thursday, May 22, 2008 Baton Rouge, Louisiana  In the year 1967, I was a newly minted Louisiana lawyer, still wet behind the ears, but scrapping out a law practice in my newly adopted hometown of Ferriday.  One of my first cases was representing a young mother whose child was killed when a truck ran off […]

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A blogger making a huge difference

May 20, 2008

All party lines can agree on the importance of freedom of speech and freedom of the press. My friend, Jane Novak, from Armies of Liberation is making such a huge difference with her blog that the New York Times noticed. She is writing to help save the life of Yemen journalist, Abdulkarim al-Khaiwani, who is […]

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Victims’ Justice Threatened by Rep. Morrell, Sen. Gray

May 19, 2008

Concerned Louisiana Citizens and Dead Pelican Readers: While the voters of Louisiana have been rightfully fixated on spending and tax cut bills and the possibility of legislative pay raises, the lobbyists for criminal juveniles have quietly been working in Baton Rouge and persuading your legislators to have pity on convicted criminals. Under current law, if […]

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What A Wuss!

May 17, 2008

Recently George Bush and John McCain made some comments that Barack took personally and now OSobber is crying to everybody who will listen about how mean the Republicans are too him. Every election we hear that this is “the most important election of our lifetime” which I think “until the next one”.  What makes this […]

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“Conservative” Lawmakers were Leaning Leftward

May 16, 2008

Too often, legislators will cast a vote for a bill they know is bad, in hopes that their constituents never find out. Such must have been the case for “conservative” Republican state Reps. Page Cortez and Don Trahan of Lafayette, when they voted for House Bill 122 on May 8.  [ad#Google Adsense] Under current criminal […]

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