Wednesday May 22
Democrats, Corruption and Pie
Under normal circumstances, we might not notice when a small-state Democratic elected official resigns from office in disgrace.
Troublesome ties: Clinton aide given a pass on lobbying connections
Just how far the administration of President Barack Obama has veered from its original pious statements of intention not to let the government's business be influenced by outside consultants is illustrated by the case of Huma Abedin, former Secretary of State Hillary R. Clinton's former Deputy Chief of Staff.
Gohmert says DOJ aims to scare
Rep. Louie Gohmert thinks there was more to the Justice Department seizing phone records from The Associated Press: The administration was also trying to intimidate Congress.
LA-Sen: James Carville To Be The Key Note Speaker At Luncheon For Mary Landrieu
Fort Polk Progress is set to honor U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-New Orleans, for her efforts on behalf of Fort Polk at a special luncheon from noon to 1:30 p.m. Monday, May 13 at the Landmark Hotel, located at 3080 Colony Blvd.
Federal court hears ex-La. lawmaker's appeal
A lawyer for a former Louisiana lawmaker convicted of plotting to loot more than $1 million from taxpayer-funded charities has asked a federal appeals court to throw out her racketeering conspiracy conviction.