Archive for January, 2010

The BCS President

January 30, 2010

For the record, I am all for the BCS system to have a playoff system. I believe that the BCS could take the top 8 teams in the BCS play them in the existing bowls culminating in a more profitable system. I also believe that the BCS could keep the same amount of teams reaching […]

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For Democrats, Desperation Beginning To Wear

January 28, 2010

There have been a couple of things happen that has recently that has allowed Democrats to cling to some semblance of hope and change, but a closer look reveals that Democrats are desperately grasping at anything. Cases in point, “Louisiana Water-gate” and the President’s State of the Union address. [ad#Google Adsense] Louisiana Democrats have perhaps […]

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Live State of the Union

January 27, 2010
Live State of the Union

God, I hope this speech isn’t too long. A few years ago I saw a guy with Bush on his t-shirt and the words “Not my President”. I remember how childish I thought he was, and I won’t do the same. President Obama is still my President. I don’t like him, I didn’t vote for […]

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Free Speech and Campaign Dollars!

January 26, 2010
Free Speech and Campaign Dollars!

  Thursday, January 28, 2010 Baton Rouge, Louisiana OPEN SEASON IN LOUISIANA FOR  OUT-OF-STATE CAMPAIGN MONEY? Last week’s Supreme Court decision declaring that corporations and unions can spend money on political advertising has unleashed a storm of controversy on both sides of the political spectrum.  And some press reports predict that Louisiana will become “the […]

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Housing Crisis Beginning To Hit

January 25, 2010

On December 27th, 2009, we at Louisiana Conservative warned you that there was going to be a housing crisis. While most of the experts were predicting that gas prices will reach $5.00 a gallon in 2008, we did a two article story why gas prices will be $3.00 by Labor Day (Part 1 here, Part […]

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The Day Katrina Can End

January 24, 2010
The Day Katrina Can End

February 7, 2010 can possibly be the day that the days of Hurricane Katrina finally ends. It’s the most important day in New Orleans history. Finally. No politician could rebuild the city. It was an act of God that hit the city and now the city of New Orleans have turned to a man of […]

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Landrieu Said What?!?

January 22, 2010
Landrieu Said What?!?

Unbelieveable. Simply unbelieveable. Senator Mary Landrieu accusing other people in her party of “overreaching”. Who was it that delayed the vote on health care long enough to keep it from passing in order “bring home the bacon” for their district? Yes, Ben Nelson did, but Mary Landrieu did too. If there are two people who […]

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The Twilight Zone

January 21, 2010
The Twilight Zone

I was in high spirits when I started off my day on Tuesday. What wasn’t it going to be a good day? After all, even if Brown had lost, this election should have shaken the Democrats up on the way they have been leading the nation for the past 364 days. In fact, I was […]

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Senator Kennedy from Louisiana?

January 20, 2010
Senator Kennedy from Louisiana?

  Thursday, January 21, 2009 Baton Rouge, Louisiana A LOUISIANA GAL JUST MIGHT HAVE WON THE SENATE RACE IN MASSACHUSETTS! It was supposed to be a slam dunk senate seat for the Democrats.  Obama had carried this bluest of blue states by 26 points just a year ago.  And the Democrats had led this seat […]

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Sticking to Conservative Principles

January 20, 2010

Conservative principles of personal liberty and responsibility, limited government, fiscal responsibility, protection of private property, freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and the right to protect ourselves and our property form the cornerstone of this country. A “cornerstone” is a very important part of a structure. It’s around the cornerstone that the rest of the bricks, […]

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