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Louisiana Women in Government is a relatively recent phenomena as women all over the United States began to realize their full potentials.

One organization, housed out of Nicholls State University has been showcasing the trailblazers who have carved out a path for women starting or yet to make their marks in the conversation of Louisiana women governmental leadership.

Stephen Sabludowsky--Bayoubuzz PublisherI believe Louisiana’s Governor Bobby Jindal will go down into history as the state’s most powerful and artful politician.

That’s not much to expect for the Ivy Leaguer, Rhodes Scholar who headed two major government agencies shortly after his voice changed into adulthood.

While school is out as to whether his government’s trains run on time, few can doubt his political efficacies.

Stephen Sabludowsky--Bayoubuzz PublisherIf you’re not confused as to Governor Bobby Jindal’s position on redistricting of the U.S. Congressional seat, try this:


On Tuesday, The Monroe News Star, other publications and even elected officials said that Jindal was supporting the “Kostelka map plan”.  In particular, the Monroe story said, “Jindal supports Kostelka map plan”.

Stephen Sabludowsky--Publisher of Bayoubuzz.comSo, is Governor bobby Jindal endorsing the “Kostelka congressional redistricting plan or not?

According to Congressman Jeff Landry the answer is no.

Bayoubuzz has just received this email from the Landry campaign:

Stephen Sabludowsky--Bayoubuzz PublisherIt appears South Louisiana just might lose out.

Governor Bobby Jindal, who certainly did not tip his hand when he spoke to the legislature at the start of the special session on Sunday, apparently is going North. 

North, as in North Louisiana.

Stephen Sabludowsky--Bayoubuzz PublisherVictory can be sweet.

For now, Louisiana Republicans are basking in those victories but when it’s the year’s end, we will then know if it’s how sweet it “is” or  it “was”.

And Bobby Jindal is off..

On the campaign road and for now, perhaps not Washington D.C. Houston, Iowa, Michigan but on a TV near you.  Yes, near you, as in Louisiana. As he makes way to spend Stephen Sabludowsky, Bayoubuzz Publisherhis 9.3 million dollars in campaign money, the Louisiana Democratic Party is doing the political thing too.  It is criticizing his Jindal for hitting the tube with what it calls “slick DC-style ads” without any opponent and with much on his governing plate such as the current budget mess.

Stephen Sabludowsky--Publisher of Bayoubuzz.comHow does the first Indian Governor--who also seems to possess high-national political ambitions by virtue of appearing on popular talk shows and by writing a self-promotional book-- suddenly become cast as being racially-insensitive towards minorities and particularly African Americans?

This is the question that some are now asking as Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal appears to have “seen the light” after his journey in “going white”.

Stephen Sabludowsky--Publisher of Bayoubuzz.comOne of Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal’s most resonating mantra during his 2007 election campaign was his administration would be “It’s not who you know, it’s what you know”.

Almost four years later, it appears that his mantra could be “It’s not what you know, it’s what you give”.

And, it’s a shame.

A Washington DC based organization CREW (Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics) has written a report that questioned the interrelationship between Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, his re-election campaign, a foundation headed by his wife Supriya and various corporate donors to the Foundation who have contributed to his campaign and who have received a Jindal Administration benefit.

Following an article by Eric Lipton of the New York Times who expounded on the CREW report, Bayoubuzz’s Publisher Stephen Sabludowsky interviewed Melanie Sloan, Executive Director of CREW regarding the organization’s claims in the report. 

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