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Old Mandeville Oak Falls in the City and People Don't Hear the Truth

A story in the Times-Picayune tells the sad tale of the death of yet another benevolent giant live oak in Louisiana. This time, it was a revered tree in Old Mandeville, killed by the usual suspect–humans. 751 more words

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I think we should call this one “Turducken Barbie”

I am really glad I don’t live in Louisiana’s Sixth District, which includes Baton Rouge. The Congressional race is shaping up to be a real shitshow, even by Louisiana standards. 318 more words

Stupid Conservative Tricks

Deja vu in Alexandria Mayor's Race

Three black mayoral candidates dilute the black vote, and Jacques Roy is re-elected mayor of Alexandria. How can we forget the outcome of the 2010 Alexandria mayoral race when Vonn Jennings, Rev. 298 more words

Black Politics

No Limit Records: A VitterPAC Update with $1.79m in the Bank

For those of you following the most important story in Louisiana politics (cause nothing beats a Governor’s race), David Vitter’s campaign non-campaign SuperPAC packed away $1.79m for Vitter’s 2015 race. 310 more words