Meet BR Entrepreneur Jordan Piazza, GOP’s Candidate for Mayor-President

Q. Describe your political philosophy.  A. Jordan Piazza “I’m a pro-business, small government Republican who believes in the Capitalist system to encourage competition and guide market prices. I do not support any government plan to restrict businesses currently being implemented during this pandemic. We need to encourage personal responsibility and open our economy immediately. We […]

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GOP Rallies to Piazza to Shake Up Dec. 5 Runoff for Mayor-President

The Republican Party of East Baton Rouge Parish has announced its endorsement of businessman Jordan Piazza for Mayor-President in the Nov. 3 election.  Republican chairman Woody Jenkins said, “Jordan Piazza represents a new generation of leadership for our parish.  Other better-known Republicans have failed to generate excitement in the race for Mayor-President. Jordan Piazza is […]

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Will Legislative Session Fail To End Shutdown, Masking?

As a special session of the Louisiana Legislature nears adjournment, it appears less and less likely that anything will be done to end Gov. John Bel Edwards’ shutdown of the Louisiana economy and his mask order. Neither Speaker Clay Schexnayder nor Senate President Page Cortez has been willing to take on the governor and pass […]

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Pastor Describes Ordeal In Gripping Testimony On Religious Persecution

In dramatic testimony before the House Committee on Administration of Criminal Justice Wednesday, Rev. Tony Spell, pastor of Central’s Life Tabernacle Church, told of the persecution he has suffered from Gov. John Bel Edwards, who ordered him arrested and his church closed. Rev. Spell spoke in favor of the bill but was only given five […]

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Gov. Mike Foster: The Peoples’ Governor

he absolutely hated wearing a helmet.  In fact, in typical blue collar fashion, he hated being told what to do about anything “for your own good.” Year after year, I worked with Mike to prevent mandatory helmets, and we were successful. Our nemesis on such legislation was Rep. V. J. “Safety First” Bella, who was […]

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City Judge Chris Hester Seeking Seat On State 1st Circuit Court of Appeal

Baton Rouge City Judge Chris Hester has announced his candidacy for the First Circuit Court of Appeal in the Nov. 3 election. He was elected city judge in November 2018. Hester said he feels his experience handling civil and criminal matters, including traffic, small claims, and evictions, from the City Court bench has given him […]

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Attorney Johanna Landreneau Running to Serve on State 1st Circuit Court of Appeal

Baton Rouge attorney Johanna Landreneau has announced her candidacy for Louisiana 1st Circuit Court of Appeal from the Baton Rouge area. Ms. Landreneau is a law partner in the law firm of Landreneau & Associates, LLC and has practiced law in Baton Rouge for 27 years. She registered as a Republican on her 18th birthday, […]

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Attorney Gen. Jeff Landry Sues Google For Alleged Violation of Anti-Trust Laws

Today, Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry – along with the U. S. Department of Justice and ten other state Attorneys General – filed a civil antitrust lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to prevent Google from unlawfully maintaining monopolies through anticompetitive and exclusionary practices in the search and search advertising […]

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Hurricane Delta Left 41,000 Without Power, But DEMCO Has Now Fully Restored Service

DEMCO has now completed restoration from damage incurred by Hurricane Delta. On Saturday Oct. 10, DEMCO had 41,688 meters without power, 200 broken poles, and more than 500 primary lines that were broken or on the ground.   “Restoration of this magnitude requires everyone to work together: to coordinate and communicate from moment to moment, […]

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Roar of Death Valley Became a Whimper Under One-Man Rule of John Bel Edwards

If one man can kill a state, the Fool Governor, John Bel Edwards, is well on his way.  Through his draconian, illegal orders, he stopped people from shaking hands, hugging people’s necks, going to their favorite coffee shop or restaurant without a hated mask, opening their businesses, going to work, going to church, or going […]

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