Senator David Vitter of Louisiana announced this morning that he will run for governor of Louisiana in 2015.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has released a statement in response to A&E's decision to indefinitely ?suspend Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson for religious comments he made about homosexuality in GQ Magazine.
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Governor Bobby Jindal of Louisiana announced on Thursday that he is creating a policy-focused nonprofit to help reshape the Republican Party image.
I don’t think there could be any better way to put it.
The school choice movement -- which germinated 50 years ago in free-market economist Milton Friedman's fertile mind -- recently counted its largest victory. The Indiana Supreme Court unanimously upheld the constitutionality of the state's school voucher program. Under it, more than half a million low- and middle-income Hoosier students -- and about 62 percent of all families -- are eligible for state aid to help pay for a private or religious school.
"The president needs to show leadership," said La. Gov. Bobby Jindal, a Republican considered a potential 2016 presidential contender, outside the West Wing. Jindal and other governors discussed the coming sequester with President Barack Obama.
Ever since Mitt Romney lost the presidential election, there's been a lot of talk about how the Republican Party needs to "rebrand" itself.
“I plan to say some things that may challenge your assumptions,” warned Louisiana Governor and rumored 2016 contender Bobby Jindal. “You may not agree with all of it, but that’s ok, ours is a party that can handle real discussions.” Challenge accepted, Governor.
Bobby Jindal remarks to RNC members
I have heard very little about the Republicans expressing contrition for their past failures and very little that demonstrates that today’s Republican Party leaders recognize the causes of those past failures.
Enlightened opinion on secession is hostile -- as you'd certainly expect. Even a conservative Republican like Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal calls the clamor "silly."
With Mitt Romney's defeat and the loss of Republican seats in both House and Senate, the balance of power in the GOP has shifted. Republican governors -- the one group that actually increased its numbers on Nov. 6 -- believe they should take a bigger and more influential role in establishing the party's direction.
We know Romney was too conservative in the primaries and too moderate in the general. We know Romney didn't run enough ads in the Spring then ran too many ads in the Fall. We know Republicans depended too much on their turnout operation and too little on messaging. We know Republicans depended too much on messaging and too little on their turnout operation. We know the GOP and the Super PACs were too focused on fundraising and we know the Obama campaign raised more than enough money. We know … well, you know what we know.
Republican governors Bobby Jindal and Scott Walker discuss the future of the GOP.