Blogoshpere Reacts To Saintsational Superbowl

Here’s a quick roundup of some of Louisiana’s bloggers after the New Orleans Saints defeated the Indianapolis Colts 31-17. Reactions from Stunned to Numb, A bet gone terribly wrong, to grown men crying. No Super Bowl ever meant more, or ever will, to a city, a state, a region than this one did. “Honestly, I…

Read more »

More Saints Videos

Heart of the City (Super Bowl Highlights) Party On Bourbon St. Saints Arrive In New Orleans var showHover=false;

Read more »

Just The Facts – National Debt

Discuss in our forums. Republicans and Democrats both like to take credit for the “surplus” of the 1990s, but as you can see, each year the National Debt grew, nearly doubling in the 1990′s. 09/30/1999 5,656,270,901,615.43 09/30/1998 5,526,193,008,897.62 09/30/1997 5,413,146,011,397.34 09/30/1996 5,224,810,939,135.73 09/29/1995 4,973,982,900,709.39 09/30/1994 4,692,749,910,013.32 09/30/1993 4,411,488,883,139.38 09/30/1992 4,064,620,655,521.66 09/30/1991 3,665,303,351,697.03 09/28/1990 3,233,313,451,777.25 *…

Read more »

Melancon Votes To Restore Fiscal Discipline

Discuss in our Forums. Rep. Melancon Votes to Restore Fiscal Discipline Votes for Pay-as-you-Go Budgeting Legislation, Opposes Raising Debt Ceiling February 4, 2010 WASHINGTON— Congressman Charlie Melancon (LA-03) voted today in support of a critical step towards restoring our nation’s fiscal health by voting for pay-as-you-go (PAYGO) legislation, which ensures that all new spending is…

Read more »

Governor Jindal Proclaims This Week “Saints Week” In Louisiana

Governor Jindal Proclaims This Week “Saints Week” In Louisiana

BATON ROUGE – Today, Governor Bobby Jindal proclaimed the week of February 8, 2010 as “Saints Week” to commemorate the first Super Bowl win ever for the New Orleans Saints. Proclamation on Saints Week: WHEREAS, the New Orleans Saints defeated the Indianapolis Colts 31-17 to win their first ever Super Bowl in 43 years; and…

Read more »

Rep Cassidy Wants President to Be Prepared With A Blank Slate

Discuss in our Forums At Health Summit, President Should Come Prepared With A Blank Slate 02/08/10 WASHINGTON, D.C. – Louisiana Congressman Bill Cassidy made the following statement on news that President Obama plans to host a bipartisan meeting on health care later this month: “This meeting is an opportunity to move forward with real health…

Read more »

Sen. Vitter Congratulates World Champion Saints

Senator Vitter sent out his congratulations to the World Champion New Orleans Saints. Discuss this in our forum. (Washington, D.C.) – U.S. Sen. David Vitter today congratulated the New Orleans Saints on their 31-17 victory over the Indianapolis Colts in Super Bowl XLIV, which secured the first NFL championship in the franchise’s history: “Well, it’s…

Read more »

Vitter: Congress Should Pass The No Cost Stimulus Act

Senator Vitter commented on The No Cost Stimulus Act with Roll Call, click to see the full article In his recent State of the Union address, President Barack Obama challenged Congress to pass legislation that would promote job creation. I completely agree and embrace his call for a focus on our economy and jobs. But…

Read more »

Jindal On Saints Superbowl Victory

Visit our Forums Statement From Governor Bobby Jindal on Saints’ Super Bowl Victory Governor Bobby Jindal said, “Geaux Saints! Believe dat. For the first time ever the New Orleans Saints have won the Super Bowl and New Orleans is once again at the forefront of the world stage – spotlighting our dynamic city and amazing…

Read more »

What It Meant

Tonight Peyton Manning will fill the pain of this loss, but someday Peyton Manning will understand how important it was to the city and the state that he grew up in. Someday, he’ll realize that this is his most treasured loss and be proud that he was part of this. To Indianapolis it was just…

Read more »

ICE AGE IN HELL!

ICE AGE IN HELL!

Discuss in our forums. SUPER SAINTS!!!! SAINTS 31 COLTS 17   var showHover=false;

Read more »

Black Sunday!

WHO DAT? Colts 10 Saints 6 Halftime var showHover=false;

Read more »

Mitch Landrieu’s Victory Speech

Mitch Landrieu after winning New Orleans Mayor var showHover=false;

Read more »

Landrieu, Carter-Peterson Win In Landslide

New Orleans has a new mayor and his name is Mitch Landrieu and the Louisiana Senate’s newest member is Karen Carter Peterson. While most elections were decided without a runoff, the city council will see a runoff for two of the remaining seats. Jay Batt and Susan Guidry will have a runoff for District A,…

Read more »

Election Results – NOLA Mayor

Discuss in our forums. Mayor — City of New Orleans Mitchell “Mitch” Landrieu — 58,276 66% Troy Henry —————– 12,275 12% John Georges ———– 8189 9% Robert “Rob” Couhig ———- 4874 5% James Perry—————– 2,702 3% Nadine Ramsey ————- 1,894 2% Thomas A. Lambert ——— 239 >1% Jonah Bascle ———— 160 >1% “Manny” Chevrolet-Bruno —-…

Read more »

Election Results –5th State Senatorial

Discuss in our forums. State Senator — 5th Senatorial Karen Carter Peterson —- 13,509 78% Irma Muse Dixon ——— 3,734 22% var showHover=false;

Read more »

Nola Elections — Judge

Discuss in our forums. Civil District Court, Division J Paula Brown ——– 48,010 61% Morris Reed — —– 16,442 21% Stephen Chesnut — 14,837 19% Judge — Juvenile Court, Section E Tracey Flemings-Davillier — 38,786 50% Richard Exnicios ———— 20,065 26% Marie Williams ————– 18,121 24% var showHover=false;

Read more »

Nola Elections – Sheriff / Clerk / Assessor / Coroner

* -Denotes a runoff Discuss in our forums. Sheriff Marlin N. Gusman — 69,289 83% Pat M. Peyton —— 14,301 17% Clerk Criminal District Court Arthur A. Morrell —– 63,821 82% Harold E. Weiser —- 14,020 18% Assessor Erroll G. Williams —- 37,697 45%* Claude Mauberret — 20,919 25%* Janis Lemle ——- 19,750 24% Andrew…

Read more »

Nola Elections — Councilmembers

Discuss in our forums. At Large “Arnie” D. Fielkow ————– 51,310 35% Jacquelyn Brechtel Clarkson — 38,904 27% Cynthia Willard-Lewis ———- 37,362 26% Nolan Marshall —————– 13,411 9% Gregory “Chef” Sonnier ——— 3,014 2% William “Poppa” Gant ———– 1,370 1% “Lance” W. von Uhde III ——– 1,031 1% Councilmember — District A Susan G. Guidry…

Read more »