Can President Donald Trump’s critics including the mainstream media ever be satisfied?
We’ve heard this question. We’ve read it. We’ve watched it being asked or ones similar to it made on television, social media and in public.
Climate change, Global warming
Always a heated subject.
Is the earth heating up or cooling? If it is heating up, is it a force of nature or is man contributing to it? If it is not heating up at all, or man is not contributing to it, is either claim, quite frankly, a scientific error or worse, a hoax?
This was a hot topic of debate this morning as conservative radio talk show host Jeff Crouere and I discussed the issue on WGSO Radio 990 AM.
The words Confederate monuments have taken on more of a meaning for the United States, for President Donald Trump and for New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu. Despite the mayor’s recent actions in removing three monuments this spring, a new announcement is giving rise to the prospects that the legal debate over the local issue has not come to an end.
Louisiana is in the middle of a "hot" election season. On the local level, there are number of seats available, particularly in New Orleans and Jefferson Parishes. Statewide, there is only one major election, that for Louisiana Treasurer due to a vacancy.
There is little doubt that Donald Trump’s statements on Saturday were strong.
After the Friday night torch-display and after violence started to break out, Trump took to twitter and then to the cameras and denounced both sides of the violence. He also condemned hate. The only problem with his tweets and statements on topic is—he played right into the narrative, that certain people are protected in Trumpville. Those people are Putin, Russia and right wing haters such as the alt right.
For decades, when you mentioned the words Jefferson Parish, there was at least one name that probably crossed the mind, none other than “Chehardy”.
Lawrence A. Chehardy (for eleven years) and then his son Lawrence E. Chehardy dominated the Parish as its’ assessors. During this forty-five year period, while other prominent political names came and went, the Chehardy’ brand remained as a powerful Jefferson Parish institution.
Don't meant to make light of possible doom and gloom.
But, the major question I’m asking at this point is: Will President disrupt his golf vacation now that we have the makings of a real worldwide disaster?
And another, perhaps more philosophical query comes to mind: How the heck did we get into this situation? We have the most powerful man in the world behaving like a six-year-old child and his now nuclear counterpart Kim Jong Un of North Korea, looking like a pyromanic punk rocker using dynamite for his background theatrics.
A new Louisiana-based website, sporting a Pelican as the logo, was hatched this June and already it has received very respectable traffic to date. Based upon the work of its founder and contributions from its contributors, the site has great promise.
What does one in today’s world when their name is brought up right in the middle of a Presidential press conference?
Like the current President himself, you tweet.
In a way, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders showed New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu little respect today when his name arose during the press conference.