The Tea Party or Occupy Wall Street: Two Different Views of America's Future

Posted by root | 17 Nov, 2011
My commentaries also appear at . For weeks the Occupy Wall Street crowd has taken over public and private parks and other venues to protest and camp out, party, and disrupt businesses and the daily activities of everyday citizens. Finally, local governments are standing up...

Herman Cain's Bimbo Eruption

Posted by root | 1 Nov, 2011
My column also appears in . Anthony Weiner. Bill Clinton. Mark Sanford. Even Louisiana is not immune. It happens all the time. They do it so often. Men in powerful positions often find themselves in compromising situations because they have said or done things...

Bobby Jindal’s Second Term and Election Analysis

Posted by root | 23 Oct, 2011
My commentaries also appear at . The statewide campaigns are over, the results are in, and Gov. Bobby Jindal has won a smashing victory over a field of 9 opponents. In other races Lt. Governor Jay Dardenne has won; and, in a race some are calling an upset, incumbent...

My Comments on the BESE Board Elections on FOX8 News

Posted by root | 21 Oct, 2011
Fox8, WVUE-TV, aired a news story regarding the elections for the BESE Board. I was interviewed for that story as an analyst. Below is the link to the story that aired.

The Race for Lt. Governor: Will Democrats Pick the Winner?

Posted by root | 4 Oct, 2011
My commentaries are also available at . The gloves are off, the fists are swinging, and the mud is flying. The race for Lt. Governor is off and running. Incumbent Jay Dardenne has accused his lone challenger Billy Nungesser of being a liberal and having a double public...
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