Current News Items
Peeping Toms in your Local Government?
Why has the University of Louisiana been quietly installing license plate tracking cameras in private subdivisions? We’re on the case.
The Curious Case of Ross Brunet
The “contemporary community standards” battle takes an odd turn as Grand Isle seeks to limit “political emblems” on vehicles.
A Visit to DC Mardi Gras
Have you ever been to Washington DC Mardi Gras? Our own Jamie Pope made her first trip recently, and shares some of her experiences with you.
Don’t be fooled – Louisiana’s elections aren’t broken
Popeye said it best, “That’s all I can stands, I can’t stands no more.” As a sitting member of Louisiana’s Voting Systems Commission, the tripe being passed off as meaningful critique of our election systems has finally surpassed what any reasonable person can be expected to tolerate.
I am a Conservative Public Librarian
Some weeks ago, we published an invitation for conservative public library employees to contact us. Surprisingly, we had several reach out what it’s like to be a conservative librarian in a woke system. Here’s what we hope is the first installment of these stories.
SHORT TERM RENTALS, LONG TERM PROBLEM
Are your tax dollars subsidizing Short Term Rentals? AirBnB and VRBO are commercial enterprises, but pay 41% less than the commercial tax rate.
We’re Winning the War Against Library Infiltration
It’s not every day you get called out for being too effective by the President of the American Library Association.
PULLED: Cook drops conflicted property giveaway
We’ve always said that our public employees tend to do a better job when they know someone is watching. Could this be yet another example of our watchfulness actually changing bad behavior in local government?
Another Boo-Boo by K-Bou
Yikes! After Kenneth Boudreaux finally admitted that his pursuit of and appointment to a Civil Service Board seat was illegal, now he wants to run for City Council?!
COOK-ING IT UP
In the past few months, we’ve been conducting an investigation into what appears to be Lafayette Councilman, Nanette Cook, casting votes on the City Council that have directly benefited her own family’s business interest.