Archive for July, 2008

Breakfast with Senator Cassidy

July 30, 2008

On Saturday, July 19th, I had the chance to sit down with State Senator William Cassidy, candidate for Congress in the 6th congressional district. The Senator and I talked over the issues at Louie’s near LSU. Louisiana Conservative: First of all, Good Morning, Senator. I’m glad we got this opportunity to sit down and talk. […]

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Oil Jumps Higher, Thank Cazayoux

July 30, 2008

Today Don “Couillon” Cazayoux did just a little bit more to earn his nickname “Couillon”. It was a close vote to adjourn, so close infact that Don “Couillon” Cazayoux cast the deciding vote to adjourn without passing any significant energy bill. At the time oil was dropping off in price, but once the vote came […]

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Too Many Federal Laws?

July 30, 2008

  Thursday, July 31, 2008 Baton Rouge, Louisiana   ARE WE ALL FEDERAL CRIMINALS LIVING IN  LOUISIANA? Louisiana State Senator Derrick Shepherd gets in a tussle with his girlfriend over the weekend and he’s hauled off to federal court.  Is there any violation of the law that is not considered a federal offense?  If anyone […]

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Louisiana’s Barnyard Stories

July 29, 2008

Officially it’s the state legislature, but as you’ll soon find out, we’ve got some crazy animals up in there, up in there. Let’s start with our most recent po-po story when my nizzle for shizzle was taken from his crib and thrown in tha big house just fo telling his ho what da rulz are. […]

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Why Gas Will Be $3.00 By Labor Day

July 26, 2008

Some of this may seem elementary and some of it may need more explaining, but in order to keep this as short as possible, I’m not going to get into heavy detail. Elasticity, every product has it. It has both elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply. Though government has been affecting the elasticity of […]

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Why Gas Will Be $3.00 By Labor Day Part II

July 26, 2008

Signs of trouble in oil rich countries Rising oil prices are forcing consumers to do with less, which in turns means some countries are unable to sell as much. Even though some companies are seeing record profits, other forces in the oil business are not having such positive effects. Both Venezuela and Iran are having […]

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Top of the 6th

July 23, 2008

While Barack Obama is busy campaigning for middle eastern votes and possibly making time for a fund raiser or two before heading over to Germany to lecture them about whatever he’s planning on lecturing them about, our own Baton Rouge Congressman is somewhere else campaigning too. Don “Couillon” Cazayoux was campaigning in New Orleans today […]

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No Insurance Reform in Louisiana

July 23, 2008

Thursday, July 24th, 2008 Baton Rouge, Louisiana   LOUISIANA LEGISLATURE IGNORES RISING INSURANCE RATES  Two years ago, Louisiana legislators were demanding rate relief for thousands of homeowners and drivers who were witnessing skyrocketing insurance rates.  Cries were heard from the steps of the state Capitol urging the Governor to support subsidies in order to lower […]

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Is the Governor Web Tech Savvy?

July 16, 2008

Thursday, July 17th, 2008 Baton Rouge, Louisiana   JINDAL;  WE NEED MORE OF A GEEK AND LESS OF A TALKER  By his own admission, Senator John McCain is not very computer and internet savvy.  Some would argue that for this very reason, he needs to pick a young, hip and contemporary running mate who balances […]

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And He’s Back On Top!

July 15, 2008

In hockey, it’s he shoots, he scores!!!! Bobby Jindal, the Governor of Louisiana has found his way back into the hearts of the Louisiana public. What did it? He’s practically making a former legislator cry like a little baby because he ain’t getting his million dollars in tax dollars anymore. Former Representative Cleo Fields, who […]

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