Since Governor Jindal is an Oxonian (a graduate of Oxford University), the dons at Oxford should have taught him these things. Which college at Oxford did he associate with?
However, this secretiveness, furtiveness and sneakiness demands deeper reflection. What and where is its source? These are the character traits of thieves, nasty corporations (those that destroy things to make easy profits), warcraft (you cannot let your military enemies know your plans) and churchcraft (you hide your dirty linen in your sin-basket).
Upon deeper reflection it is “churchcraft” that is the source of this social poison in government. Our modern churches have forgotten that their realm is the ‘spiritual’ landscape of “malicious spirits” (demons) and “benevolent spirits” (angels) in the territory of eternity where our dead dwell; their realm is not the living realm or the secular realm, this belongs to secular government. Local, state and national governments are the bosses of those of us who are actually “alive” in this present moment. As in government you keep your mouth shut about religion; in religion you keep your mouth shut about government.
If you do not do these matters than you will serve neither Caesar nor God!
Gov. Jindal is purposely putting up an obstruction in public affairs, hence he is guilty of erecting a ‘stone wall’ so he can confer some unjust advantage to “his” groups at the expense of many more groups. He should have taken course work at Oxford University in public affairs that would have taught him that “openness” in public affairs is how “peace, justice and freedom” can even survive in our local communities. War breeds social injustice and slavery (economic servitude) in our communities. If he wishes, we brothers will give him more than 100 books by Oxford dons on these topics to read, if he happened to miss these salient points in his early education. After all, we brothers do like him intensely, and want him to be the greatest governor Louisiana ever had!
Mettenberger injured his left knee while unloading a 32-yard completion in the fourth quarter of No. 14 LSU's 31-27 victory over Arkansas last Friday, and LSU coach Les Miles confirmed the severity of the injury on Wednesday.
An ordinance to phase out a 2 percent rebate to Lafayette merchants for collecting and remitting on time sales taxes cleared the City-Parish Council by a 6-3 vote.
Louisianans are the fourth most likely to use profanity yet also the fourth most likely to be courteous. So, please, just kiss my a** ... if it’s not too much trouble.
The state Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority voted Tuesday to authorize two lawsuits against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
A long night on the field in Seattle got even worse off of it, and now the Saints are operating on a compressed time-frame as they brace for surging Carolina with first place in the NFC South at stake.
Here's your daily look at late-breaking national and international news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday, December 04, 2013:
Public school letter grades, teacher evaluations and student promotion won't be affected by Louisiana's shift to more rigorous educational standards for two years, the state's top school board decided Tuesday.
Vitter told The Associated Press that he is sending an email to supporters Wednesday and is in discussions with his family about the possibility.
The Ragin' Cajuns go for New Orleans Bowl three-peat, this time against the Tulane Green Wave, which is making its first postseason appearance since the Hawaii Bowl in 2002.
Louisiana has joined four other states in filing a so-called “friend of the court” brief in support of Mississippi’s lawsuit against the federal government over new flood insurance rates set to go into effect.
Kerry Wayne Bertrand was charged Monday for the alleged killing of his stepdaughter, Skylar Lee Credeur, a UL Lafayette chemistry major found dead in the bathtub of her family home in August.
Louisiana's state school board is considering a two-year delay for some consequences tied to the phase-in of more rigorous educational standards, called Common Core, at public schools.
The most anticipated game in the NFC this season was a laugher.
The attorneys for Busted in Acadiana administrator Chris Hebert got an extra 2.5 months Monday to prepare for their client’s felony trial, marking the third time the case has been delayed this year.
In an effort to ease tensions, Lafayette Parish Superintendent of Schools Dr. Pat Cooper is calling for board approval of two day-long workshops: one to address lingering questions caused by Act 1 of the 2012 Legislature, and a session focused on mending the tattered relationship between the board and administration.
Lafayette has so much going for it, and so much yet to do.
Has Louisiana found a way to hold the Corps of Engineers responsible for coastal erosion?
Children and grief
It's good, it's bad and it's just crazy!
Life and parenting after loss
Long before Brian Mitchell or Jake Delhomme, there was “Red” Cagle of the SLI Bullpups.
The Citizens Advisory Committee working on Lafayette’s comprehensive plan will meet with representatives of planning firm WRT on Tuesday to commence the next stage in developing the plan for Lafayette’s future growth.
Nearly two dozen non governmental organizations that have received $2.5 million in state funding have been referred to the newly created state Office of Debt Recovery and the Louisiana Attorney General’s Office. The local Colomb Foundation is not one of them.
The Carencro native and UL alumnus rose to prominence via his work on ‘Mary Poppins’ and ‘The Sound of Music.’
The Seattle Seahawks will go into their showdown against New Orleans on Monday night short-handed in the secondary after starting cornerback Walter Thurmond was officially suspended Tuesday by the NFL for the team’s next four games for violating the league’s substance abuse policy.