What's the root of all America's problems? Could it be - Gay Satan? One guy with the AFA thinks so. Also today, Alford predicts a budget war, and the Daily Beast writes about Bobby Jindal's "love affair with hate." Happy Hump Day y'all!

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  • Analysts worry about Apple relying too much on phones for profits; NY leaders defend storm decisions; two cornerbacks could determine who wins the big game and more national and international news for Wednesday, January 28, 2015.
  • “That belt buckle!” Robin exclaimed. “Did you see that belt buckle? It said, ‘Governor Bobby Jindal, State of Louisiana,’ and it had the state seal in the middle.”
  • In a previous life, before becoming Mrs. Tom Benson — wife of the billionaire owner of the New Orleans Saints and Pelicans — Gayle Benson was an interior designer with a penchant for getting sued.
  • Over the weekend, Lance Lomas lost his life in a ATV accident in St. Landry Parish; but making this story even more tragic is the eerie similarity between his death and that of his brother Lon Lomas six months earlier.
  • The Feb. 11 occasion will mark Durel’s 12th address in the SOTP series, which launched during his inaugural year in office in 2004.
  • A&E
    From the factories of China to the streets of New Orleans, "Mardi Gras: Made in China" shows a different perspective on the obscured origin of the carnival season’s most ubiquitous linchpin–its beads.
  • According to those who knew Bobby Jindal closely during and shortly after his years in the administration of Gov. Mike Foster, something changed following his 2003 defeat for governor.
  • Mark Knight is out as president and CEO of Knight Oil Tools, but nobody at the company is talking.
Louisiana now ties for the sixth-highest jobless rate among the states.
In a previous life, before becoming Mrs. Tom Benson — wife of the billionaire owner of the New Orleans Saints and Pelicans — Gayle Benson was an interior designer with a penchant for getting sued.
“There’s no consensus.” That’s the opinion of opinion-finder Bernie Pinsonat of Southern Media and Opinion Research. His firm polled 600 likely voters last month on the budget situation and pa
Consultant elevated to president of Fenstermaker, replacing Kam Movassaghi, who retired Jan. 1 after a decade on the job.
University aims to meet workforce needs as more than 5,000 new technology jobs come to the state over the next three years.
The latest lawsuits could reignite interest by lawmakers to try and tackle the issue of suing oil companies over allegedly violating coastal zone regulations, after such an effort failed in last year’s regular session.
She says maybe it’s the predictability of knowing the next bend in the road. But, whatever the case it’s bettering a tough situation. Seth is not alone. Reports of children on the autism spectrum responding to communication with Siri and other technology-based audio communication have been cropping up in the media.
The Screen Actors Guild awards bring out a diverse group of the best in entertainment. Their style was no less diverse — and fantastic — this year.