Mayor Landrieu issued the following statement on the 2011 Budget:

On Wednesday, The American Chemistry Council reacted to the Obama Adminsitration new offshore energy policy announced at a press conference earlier in the afternoon.

Here is the Statement by the American chemistry council: 

Today, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced an updated oil and gas leasing strategy for the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS).  Based on lessons learned from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, the Obama Administration has reversed its position on leasing and is claiming to raise "the bar in the drilling and production stages for equipment, safety, environmental safeguards, and oversight".

Wednesday, 01 December 2010 14:44

Louisiana Sen. Landrieu Votes Against Earmark Ban

Louisiana’s United States Senator, Mary Landrieu, issued this statement on Tuesday in connection with her vote against an attempt by Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., to place a mandatory three year ban on earmarks in the Senate.  The motion failed by a vote of 39-56.

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Two of Ole Miss quarterback Jeremiah Masoli's three interceptions were returned for touchdowns in last week's disgraceful loss to Tennessee, 52-14.

And the Rebels visit Tiger Stadium, home of the SEC's best defense, on Saturday.

gingrich-cnnWhat’s happened to the some Republicans who wear family values on their sleeves?

Last night, John King of CNN asked Newt Gingrich about statements made by his own second wife, Marianne, regarding their “allegedly” having an open marriage. 

jindal-historicLouisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has posted on his Facebook that he “don’t plan to endorse anyone in the primary”.   

rick-perryWith less than 48 hours from the Republican primary in South Carolina, political bombs are a-falling. 

Rick Perry, the Texas Governor drops out of the race, backing former House Speaker, Newt Gingrich.

la-president-politicsAs the fight for Republican Presidential delegates votes continue on a national stage in South Carolina and beyond, there is a brewing debate in Louisiana GOP-land.  Questions are being raised whether the state GOP is siding with the traditional party activists and with the Romney camp with the Party staging its delegate selection in the “later” months rather than the “sooner”.

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