Archive for April, 2009

Hold on to Your Wallets-Danger in Baton Rouge

April 29, 2009
Hold on to Your Wallets-Danger in Baton Rouge

  Thursday April 30, 2009 Baton Rouge, Louisiana KEEP YOUR HEAD DOWN THE LOUISIANA LEGISLATURE’S IN SESSION Every observer of Louisiana politics is aware of Mark Twain’s adage:  “No man’s life, liberty or property is safe while the Legislature is in session.”  Actually, it was New York Judge Gideon Tucker who first made the perceptive […]

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Learn about Soldiers’ Angels

April 29, 2009

Make sure to check out Soldiers’ Angels Louisiana. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me greta@soldiersangels.org MilBlog Conference 2009 – Greta Perry, SoldiersAngels.org – watch more videos Students Nationwide Improve Math Skills With Everyday Mathematics’ Online Games. go to web site blocked games at school Pediatrics Week November 15, 2008 Everyday Mathematics(R) […]

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The High Cost of Local Government!

April 22, 2009
The High Cost of Local Government!

  Thursday, April 23rd, 2009 Shreveport, Louisiana BRING LOCAL AND STATE GOVERNMENT IN LOUISIANA INTO THE TWENTY FIRST  CENTURY!  Just how many boards, commissions, water districts, sewer districts, parish auditors, law enforcement offices, and a whole list of other special districts are spread throughout Louisiana? No one really seems to know.  Some estimates are as […]

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How do you fit into your party?

April 17, 2009

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Why are Prosecutors Special under the Law?

April 15, 2009
Why are Prosecutors Special under the Law?

  Thursday, April 16, 2009 New York City, New York IT’S TIME TO END LEGAL  IMMUNITY FOR PROSECUTORS If you have followed the criminal case of former US Sen. Ted Stevens from Alaska, a title of a future book or video could well be titled “prosecutors gone wild.” Stevens was convicted of accepting gifts from […]

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You asked, I’m telling

April 13, 2009
You asked, I’m telling

My Sun Tzu radio mentor has suggested that I try and do some “big girl writing again” (not just my usual silly blog posts – which you will more than likely still be subjected to – LOL), with a weekly column. Since you know how much I want to make it in the media business, […]

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Where’s All the Tournment Money Going?

April 8, 2009
Where’s All the Tournment Money Going?

Thursday, April 9, 2009 Baton Rouge, Louisiana MARCH MADNESS ARE ATHLETES BEING SHORT CHANGED? Millions of rabid college basketball fans have been glued to their TVs over the past month as March Madness reached its crescendo this past Monday night.  My North Carolina Tar Heels rose to the occasion to win its second national title […]

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Louisiana Tea Party Roundup

April 8, 2009

There are so many tea parties and related festivities going on in our great state, it is hard to keep track of them. I apologize for re-directing you away from this site, but I have been working on a comprehensive list of all the tea party activities. It is in no way completely accurate and […]

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Where’s my Aricept

April 3, 2009
Where’s my Aricept

Not making fun of dementia or Alzheimer’s. In fact, I’m dealing with dementia with my father (it sucks). Anyhoo, if I were a politician, I would automatically claim to be taking Aricept for memory problems. In fact, I would demand the prescribed it to me in case….well…in case a problem ever arises. If I were […]

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Politics and Good Food in Paris

April 1, 2009
Politics and Good Food in Paris

  Thursday, April 2nd, 2009 Paris, France FRANCE, APRIL FOOL’S AND LOUISIANA After a week in Paris, four things are quite apparent.  The French despise George Bush, really like Barack Obama, love Louisiana, and delight in playing April fool’s jokes.  Seriousness was put aside yesterday as the French continued the traditional they believe they started […]

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