As the crop of 2016 presidential election Republicans begins chest-thumping, Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal appears to leap into the fray by criticizing President Obama's foreign policy and calling for increased defense spending. It's a risky opener.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, in a complete about-face, announced on Wednesday his plans to remove Louisiana schools from the nation's Common Core English and math standards. The move would make Louisiana the fourth state to withdraw this year.
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It was revealed that Louisiana Republican Governor Bobby Jindal wrote an essay regarding what appears to be about exorcisms. Many are now speculating this could hurt one of the GOP's top stars chances to be Mitt Romney's running mate.
The heat index puts the temperature over 100 degrees in Louisiana. Tornados have been front page news throughout the region. All this comes at a time when a new report gives strong evidence of climate change increasing in severity.
If the Republican Party is looking to groom a rising young ethnic to be the Presidential candidate for 2012, it might likely have to rule out Bobby Jindal. Jindal has asked supporters to end efforts to draft him for a presidential election.
There's more of us than there is of them.” The preacher on the radio spoke vehemently about a scientific organization's decision not to hold a conference in New Orleans. He said that creationists hold the upper hand in Louisiana.
Jindal has put his conservative beliefs before charity and said no to money from the stimulus bill. As a Republican, he follows some other Governors in rejecting money because his political beliefs differ with parts of the bill.
While much of the rest of the country has accepted the election of Barack Obama as President of the United States, Louisiana, one of the States that gave John McCain a resounding victory, continues to buck national trends
Governor Bobby Jindal of Louisiana spoke out over the Supreme Court ruling that was issued yesterday, calling the ruling an "affront to the people of Louisiana". He took it a step further today and signed a Sex Offender Chemical Castration Bill.
Many Republican operatives are excited about Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal. He is a 36-year-old son of Indian immigrants who is a great orator. Jindal has also attracted the attention of the McCain camp and has campaigned with the Arizona senator.
While Republican governor Bobby Jindal who is only 36 years old is the first Indian-American to govern a US state, it looks as if his star has continued to shine. Jindal looks to be a rising star of the GOP.