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<h1> tagThe Daily Kingfish
<h2> tagA Progressive Political Blog for Louisiana
Boring Old PAR Louisiana Fires Snarkbomb atBJ
No Limit Records: A VitterPAC Update with $1.79m in theBank
BINGO! How One Louisiana Private School Has Made A Fortune From Inner-City VideoBingo
Mr. 32%: Bobby Jindal “Among The Least Popular Govs InUS”
VitterPAC The Vanguard Of The VitterTicket
An Exclusive Interview With Governor EdwinEdwards
Need more evidence of money’s influence on legislation? We break down contributions between ayes and nays on SB469
Jindal’s Right About The Hostile Takeover – Wrong About TheTarget
Jindal’s Hostile Takeover: Like A CorporateRaider
The Red Shtick: “An Open Letter to GovernorJindal”
<strong> tagIn the fight over Common Core, Louisiana state government is failing its citizens and the governor is chiefly responsible
You can now count the SuperPAC as one of the largest campaign purses in the state, around the same size as other Gubernatorial candidates-in-waiting MAIN CAMPAIGN accounts of bigtimers such as John Kennedy, Jay Dardenne, or Mitch Landrieu.
That’s brought the group’s cash on hand to a robust $1,796,733.
The Fund For Louisiana’s Future: No limits, Setting Records
“Bobby Jindal is among the least popular Governors in the country” – Public Policy Polling, July 8th, 2014.
Not that Jindal cares
turns the spotlight on state Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon
The fund’s sudden interest in Donelon, of all politicians, and federal flood insurance provides voters and the Louisiana press with a deus ex machina, or rather a politically expedient explanation for a curious thread from the developing race for governor.
Jindal is, as usual, intentionally misreading the popular sentiment
He did take a couple of potshots at the governor, though.
“I’m not even running to gain a cameo appearance on ‘Duck Dynasty,’ as intensely jealous as I am about that,”
U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu calls it “the Jindal Gap” because Jindal refuses to accept the federal funds that would provide their health care.
There’s been no interaction with the governor except through the press. I find it offensive. This is not a part-time job. This is not one that can be done from New York or Washington, D.C., or wherever his latest fundraiser is.”
White said, “You deserve clarity, you deserve a long-term plan, you deserve not to have standards and curriculum and assessments tossed about in the morning headlines like they can be changed with the waving of a magic wand.”
Whomever runs for Governor in 2015 will be running against Bobby Jindal
But the term “hostile takeover” is more often used in business. You might be familiar with the “vulture capitalism,” a charming term that Rick Perry popularized in 2012 to describe the kind of “hostile takeovers” that Mittens Romney was famous for executing as a corporate raider:
<b> tagLeadership and Crisis in Education
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