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Editorial: Scare Tactics with the Louisiana Budget Crisis

Before I get into the actual article itself, a couple of caveats first:

  1. This website typically does not get into politics too much unless a policy change and budget allocation directly impacts Louisiana Tech University.
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Louisiana Politics

Let's Kill The Loop

It appears that Kip Holden’s pet project for the destruction of Livingston Parish is still alive and well. The Capital Area Expressway, generally known as “the Loop”, has arisen from the ashes once again.  939 more words

Louisiana's Budget Woes

Today I will be sharing something from a guest blogger of sorts.  One of the things I like about my profession is that it brings me in contact with a lot of good people, who are also smart, well spoken and know how to get to the heart of an issue.  413 more words

GOP Establishment Pervert Loses Louisiana Governorship Race

Bucking the trend in one of the reddest states of the Deep South, a Democrat won the governor’s race in the state of Louisiana on Saturday. 501 more words

Republican Party

Updated Analysis of the LSU Shreveport Commitment Plan (October 2015)

Several articles and research pieces have been published on LaTechReport.com to highlight the actions taken (and in most cases, not taken) by the LSU System to keep the promises made by the LSU System in the LSU Shreveport Commitment Plan back in early 2012. 2,960 more words

LSUS

Goobernatorial debates

Goobernatorial debates
By
Sarge

From what little I saw of the Goobernatorial Debates in Ruston Louisiana last night, I can honestly say a case of the “loosey-goosey” (Explosive Colonic Discharge) would have been more entertaining. 838 more words

Boo-shii

Boo-shii
By
Sarge

Some people noted I wasn’t publishing much lately. That’s true. I stopped because I go my nose out of joint and a major case of the chapped azz because some people decided I’m either no longer relevant and/or not worthy of being published because they refuse to pay $7 bucks a week for “award winning commentary”. 684 more words