Nation Needs A Dose Of Louisiana Resiliency
Jeff Crouere Full StoryAugust 31, 2012…On the seventh anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the people of Louisiana were struck again by Hurricane Isaac. This storm was not as powerful or deadly as Katrina, but it was a monster nonetheless. It might have been the strongest Category 1 hurricane in history. Initial estimates of property damage exceed $2 billion and that amount will surely rise. Over one million people lost power throughout the region. While New Orleans was mostly spared, homes were destroyed in nearby Plaquemines Parish, as well as parts of LaPlace and Slidell. Unfortunately, the threat is not over as rising waters continue to endanger vast regions of the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain.
The RNC and DNC big difference: They Got Clinton, We Got Clint
Judi McLeod Full StoryThe footnote to the Republican National Convention (RNC) in light of the upcoming Democratic National Convention (DNC) is—they got Clinton and we got Clint.
Clint Eastwood got off the best line in last night’s RNC when directing imaginary questions to an angry at being questioned Barack Obama symbolized by an empty chair: “I can’t do that to myself!” and later, “Romney can’t do that to himself either.”
At 4:42 a.m. EST, Messina sent an email to all, subject line: “What Paul Ryan said”.
In that wee hour telling email, Messina came right out and claimed the Obama regime’s utter ownership of the mainstream media:
“If you’ve seen any coverage of Paul Ryan’s speech in Tampa, you know that the consensus among journalists and independent observers is that it was…factually challenged.” (See email below).
The Braying of the Donkeys