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Louisiana Runoffs 2016, Part 1: Who's Who in the Race for Senate?

Down here in the bayou, the dizzying bottomless roller coaster that is the 2016 election season surges onward. Louisiana’s runoff election will take place on December 10, 2016. 704 more words

Congress

Two dozen candidates square off for Louisiana's U.S. Senate race

NEW ORLEANS, LA (WGNO) — Louisiana voters will decide who will replace Senator David Vitter, after he retired.

Louisiana State Treasurer John Kennedy has been a front-runner since the beginning of the race, which began with a large field of 24 candidates. 422 more words

News

Racist David Duke qualifies for Louisiana U.S. Senate debate

Debate on November 2 will take place at historically black Dillard University

♦By Rich Shumate, Chickenfriedpolitics.com editor

NEW ORLEANS (CFP) — Racist David Duke will take the stage at an historically black university on November 2 to debate with five other Louisiana U.S. 369 more words

U.S. Senate Races

Vitter brothers wager on Ole Miss, LSU

OXFORD – Apparently there’s going to be a bit of a sibling rivalry intertwined with Ole Miss’ meeting with LSU on Saturday.

U.S. Sen. David Vitter has proposed a friendly wager to his brother, Ole Miss Chancellor, Jeffrey. 178 more words

SEC News

Flooded Louisiana Gets Bulk of $500M in Federal Disaster Money

When Congress set aside $500 million last month in emergency aid for victims of recent flooding, Louisiana, crippled by a historic deluge in August, was promised the lion’s share. 476 more words

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Charlotte-FAU game postponed to Sunday by Hurricane Matthew

MIAMI (AP) — The looming impact of powerful Hurricane Matthew has prompted Florida Atlantic to move its football game against Charlotte from Saturday to Sunday. 645 more words

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Sexual hypocrisy in the GOP Matthew 5:27-31 part 2

First off there is no shortage of hypocrisy when it comes to sexual scandals when it comes to the Democrat Party. If Clarence Thomas was a democrat, they would have closed ranks. 741 more words