Archive for September, 2008

How The Louisiana Delegation Voted On The Bailout

September 29, 2008

District 1 – Steve Scalise (R) – Nay District 2 – William Jefferson (D) – Nay District 3 – Charlie Melancon (D) – Yea District 4 – Jim McCrery (R) – Yea District 5 –  Rodney Alexander (R) – Nay District 6 – Don Cazayoux (D) – Nay District 7 – Charles Boustany, Jr. (R) […]

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The Audacity of Hype.

September 28, 2008

     A co-worker of mine pointed out this article from Moonbettery.com that contains some frightening information about the Obama campaign.  It’s not enough that his supporters will believe anything he says, and it’s not enough that the media has thrown everything they have behind him, but now he want law enforcement to regulate what is […]

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Mayor Kip Holden Endorses Obama

September 28, 2008
Mayor Kip Holden Endorses Obama

The State Democratic Party has issued its official ballot and Mayor Holden appears on the ballot asking La. citizens to vote for Barack Obama. A Republican Party spokesman said “We expected this, their political family tree has no branches. They both believe in raising taxes, gun control, pro-abortion, gay marriages allowing gays to adopt children. […]

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Baton Rouge Is Broke

September 28, 2008

In a recent meeting of the Sewer Oversight Committee, the head accountant for the City of Baton Rouge, Mark LeBlanc, was questioned by members of the committee. Metro Councilman Wayne Carter chaired the meeting and Dr. Dan Kyle, who has a degree in accounting and business administration, led the questioning. The meeting was taped so there […]

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The Crucifixion of Representative John LaBruzzo

September 25, 2008

“If you listen to fools, the mob rules” —  Black Sabbath We here at Louisiana Conservative value something, it’s called the truth. Now some bloggers had to post something, get a story up, whining about something, and they won’t let the facts get in their way. Others, I assume are upset only because it wasn’t […]

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Patriotic and Proud

September 25, 2008

You can say whatever you want about me, but NEVER question my patriotism. Yes, I am pretty sure if you cut me open, red white and blue would bleed from my veins. I have a couple of cool stories to share with you. ON THE WAY TO THE MILBLOG CONFERENCE I had a nice direct […]

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September 24, 2008

Thursday, September 25rd, 2008 Baton Rouge, Louisiana GREED IS GOOD IN LOUISIANA The national financial crisis finds Wall Street and financial regulators scurrying for cover, and trying to find a quick fix to financial problems that have festered for years. It’s puzzling that there is been nary a peep out of Louisiana officials, particularly in […]

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Mayor’s Race Interview – Dr. Dan Kyle (Republican)

September 24, 2008

After tonight’s debate, I caught up with the mayorial candidates in attendance and I asked all three of them the same exact questions. Here’s Mayorial candidate Dr. Dan Kyle. Louisiana Conservative: What do you consider Baton Rouge’s most pressing matter? Dr. Dan Kyle: Right now our most pressing matter is our schools. Until we get […]

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Mayor’s Race Interview – Ron Johnson (Democrat)

September 24, 2008

After tonight’s debate, I caught up with the mayorial candidates in attendance and I asked all three of them the same exact questions. Here’s Mayorial candidate Ron Johnson. Louisiana Conservative: What do you consider Baton Rouge’s most pressing matter? Ron Johnson: Traffic and crime. LC: How would you improve the traffic and infrastructure? RJ: Presently […]

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Mayor’s Race Interview – Wayne Carter (Republican)

September 24, 2008

After tonight’s debate, I caught up with the mayorial candidates in attendance and I asked all three of them the same exact questions. Here’s Mayorial candidate Wayne Carter. Louisiana Conservative: What do you consider Baton Rouge’s most pressing matter? Wayne Carter: I think right now probably traffic.  We need to move our people around this […]

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