|Posted on 8/10/2017 1:46:00 PM.|
Michelle Southern reporting.
Louisiana Congressman Clay Higgins says he's glad President Donald Trump is taking stand against continued threats from North Korea. The Cajun John Wayne says previous administrations have dealt with agressions from North Korea with a, "kick the can down the road" type mentality, but it's about time to get serious.
|Clay Higgins, President Donald Trump, North Korea|
|Posted on 4/27/2017 12:31:00 PM.|
US Senator Bill Cassidy says President Donald Trump's tax reform plan will simplify the tax code, create jobs and incentivize investment and growth. Cassidy says he likes that Trump is engaged and following through with his campaign promises.
|President Donald Trump, Bill Cassidy, tax plan|
|Posted on 3/13/2017 12:07:00 PM.|
All three of Louisiana’s US Attorneys have resigned or retired after US Attorney General Jeff Sessions called for mass resignations. Walt Green of Louisiana’s middle district is the latest to step down. East Baton Rouge District Attorney Hillar Moore is disappointed because he says Green is the kind of prosecutor you want in a leadership position.
|Hillar Moore, Walt Green, Jeff Sessions, President Donald Trump, US Attorney|
|Posted on 3/7/2017 3:04:00 AM.|
President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban has many immigrants concerned, including some in Louisiana. Iraq has been dropped from the new order, but six countries including Libya remain on it. Ibrahim Matri is an LSU student from Libya, and he questions why some countries are on this list.
|Ibrahim Matri, travel ban, President Donald Trump, Libya|
|Posted on 3/2/2017 12:16:00 PM.|
A gun rights bill by Congressman Ralph Abraham has been signed into law by President Donald Trump. The Republican from Richland Parish says the bill protects the Second Amendment rights of elderly people after a policy put in place by the Obama Administration put them in jeopardy.
|Ralph Abraham, gun rights, President Donald Trump, Second Amendment|
|Posted on 1/27/2017 5:20:00 AM.|
President Donald Trump is considering a 20% tax on Mexican imports to pay for a wall along the southern border, so what does that mean for Louisiana? LSU economist Loren Scott says if the tax is imposed, Mexico will likely up the price of their exports to the US, which means American consumers will foot the bill.
|Loren Scott, President Donald Trump, Mexico, |