Archives for

New Orleans

Super Bowl 2017: Are you willing to pay $22 to play host?

Megan Sheehan, The NFL is popularly viewed as a sport league, with the Super Bowl the culmination of a year’s efforts and successes. In terms of viewer interest, its rivals are events like the Oscars, the opening ceremony of the Olympics, the World Cup final or even the presidential election results.  But first and foremost

McMullin Says The GOP Has a Racism Problem. Here Are 5 Stats Showing He’s Wrong

Aaron Bandler, Evan McMullin, who ran as an alleged conservative third-party candidate with the sole purpose of defeating Donald Trump, is obnoxiously tweeting that the GOP has a racism problem. McMullin was reacting to Carl Paladino, Trump’s New York campaign co-chair, saying that Michelle Obama needs “to return to being a male and let loose

Liberal Indoctrination Trumps Education at U.S. Colleges

Jeff Crouere,  Higher education in America is in crisis, not just because of spiraling tuition costs, but because of the toxic atmosphere on campuses. The disease of political correctness has taken root in our colleges and the causes being championed relate very little to the supposed education being offered on campuses.  The liberal group-think on

James Carville On The Election: ‘Well, Of Course There Will Be Some Fraud’

Daily Caller, The man known as the Ragin’ Cajun has spoken. Democratic strategist and avid Clinton supporter James Carville weighed in on the final presidential debate from New Orleans Wednesday night between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Appearing on MSNBC, Carville acknowledged to anchor Brian Williams, “Well, of course there will be some fraud.” Huh? Carville gave Clinton’s performance high marks. But he basically

New Orleans a ‘magnet’ for illegal immigrants

Louisiana’s chief legal officer blasted leaders of the state’s biggest city Tuesday on Capitol Hill, saying New Orleans’ insistence on being a so-called “sanctuary city” serves as a “magnet” for illegal immigrants and contributes to crime and rising taxes. Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry said he believed New Orleans’ policies were not in compliance with