A Baton Rouge review from the New Orleans Assassin…

Hello… Yes, I still kill people for a living. Though I’m thinking of starting my own charter school, but more about that later… I know its been a while, and I might apologize if I believed in such sentiment but I don’t…so, another legislative session comes and goes, and I’m caught in the city in that early summer dry spell…why do contract hits slow down … Continue reading A Baton Rouge review from the New Orleans Assassin…

The hooker Louisiana politicians can’t keep from their beds…

In the beginning of an important story by American Zombie, he details how Big Oil has two bills in the works which would make it illegal to file lawsuits against oil companies, including British Petroleum. And the Louisiana lawmakers to vote on this? Yes of course, all have ties to oil and gas companies… “Briggs (President of LOGA) would have us believe that there are … Continue reading The hooker Louisiana politicians can’t keep from their beds…

Bobby’s Bad Day…in Texas

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, ever concerned about the needs of his constituents, spent yesterday attending to Louisianans in the grand ol’ state of Texas. He gave a speech. He hawked his book. He did a fund-raiser. Oh, and while Bobby was out of town again… The National Oil Spill Commission declared that Jindal’s great sand berm idea was ineffective to say the least, largely as … Continue reading Bobby’s Bad Day…in Texas

An Open Letter to the Tea Party of Louisiana…

Hello, My name’s Drake. I trust things are treating you well? Good, me too. Don’t worry, this letter won’t be too long but before I get into a couple of things, I feel it is important to tell you a couple of things about myself as they will become pertinent a bit later on. First of all, I’m on the high side of my thirties … Continue reading An Open Letter to the Tea Party of Louisiana…

Jindal Aide Expresses Frustration at Recent Travel…Potential Presidential Run

An aide in the Jindal camp today expressed frustration with the governor’s recent travel schedule, “Look, we’ve been driving through four states in the past month. I didn’t sign on for this. I was under the impression this job was about Louisiana politics, you know, in Louisiana.” In the month of September, Governor Jindal attended GOP fundraisers for presumed presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty in Minnesota, and for Governor candidates Meg Whitman in California and … Continue reading Jindal Aide Expresses Frustration at Recent Travel…Potential Presidential Run