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PostPosted: Sun Apr 10, 2016 9:12 am    Post subject:  Reply with quote

Will Smith killed in shooting
April  10, 2016
-  Smith died on the scene.  Killer in custody.  New Orleans Saints Will Smith is killed and his wife injured in road rage attack after driver rear-ended him then gunned him down.  Smith got out of the car and exchanged words with the driver of the Hummer who rear ended him.  Then Smith went back to his car.  The Hummer driver got out of his car with his gun and emptied his magazine into Smith's car, killed Smith and shot his wife in the passenger seat in the leg twice

Orleans Parish Coroner Dr. Jeffrey Rouse confirmed Smith's identity.
Smith's wife Racquel was treated at University Medical Center.
The shooting happened about 11:30 pm after a 3 car accident in New Orleans.

A Hummer rear-ended Smith's Mercedes, causing Smith's vehicle to rear-end another car driven by one of his friends.  Police were questioning the unidentified driver of the Hummer and recovered the gun used in the shooting.

The murderer of Will Smith SHOULD have still been in prison!
New Orleans police booked Cardell Hayes for second-degree murder after shooting both Smith and his wife after a traffic accident.  Cardell Hayes has a previous arrest - illegal carrying of a weapon, illegal possession of codeine and possession of drug paraphernalia, among other charges. He received a 5-year prison sentence that was immediately suspended.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 10, 2016 3:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I used to live in New Orleans for almost 20 years - I'm familiar with this guy (but not personally, that is).

What's the saddest part about this is that he probably wasn't saved - the bible says we are not guaranteed even one more future second to live our earthly lives. Just millions of people die every day very unexpectedly (ie, shootings, car wrecks, etc). And if they're lost, then they go right into the burning fire hell with NO 2nd chances. Even the rich man in hell in Luke 16:19-31 did NOT repent, KNOWING he had NO 2nd chance.

And even what's sadder, everyone in hell is preaching repentance to the lost world up here - something these modern-day "churches" do NOT.

2 Corinthians 6:1  We then, as workers together with him, beseech you also that ye receive not the grace of God in vain.
2Co 6:2  (For he saith, I have heard thee in a time accepted, and in the day of salvation have I succoured thee: behold, now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation.)
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 13, 2016 9:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Louisiana governor signs order protecting LGBT rights

(Reuters) - Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards signed an anti-discrimination order on Wednesday protecting the rights of gay and transgender people, aligning his state on the liberal side of a political divide playing out across the U.S. South.

The Democrat's executive order also protects state employees against discrimination based on other criteria including race, religion, disability or age. It bans state agencies from discrimination, while offering an exemption for churches and religious organizations.

Edwards followed previous Democratic Louisiana Governors Edwin Edwards and Kathleen Blanco in signing such an order as there is no state law protecting lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) people from employment discrimination, the governor's office said in a statement.

"This order is the first time Louisiana has explicitly recognized the equal rights of transgender people, and is a strong stand against bigotry," the American Civil Liberties Union of Louisiana said in a statement.

Edwards' order rescinded one signed by his immediate predecessor, Bobby Jindal, a Republican and former 2016 presidential contender, that was part of a movement in some states that seeks to limit same-sex marriage rights in the name of religious freedom and the ability of transgender people to choose which public restrooms they may use.

Edwards said his order was good for business.

"The previous administration's executive (order) I am rescinding was meant to serve a narrow political agenda," he said. "It does nothing but divide our state and force the business community, from Louisiana's smallest businesses to large corporations like IBM, to strongly oppose it."

A number of measures have pitted equality rights against religious freedoms in state legislatures across the South and other regions.

Laws curtailing LGBT rights have faced criticism from corporate, entertainment and sports leaders, especially a North Carolina law that bars transgender people from using public bathrooms that do not match the sex on their birth certificates.

Deutsche Bank and PayPal Holdings have frozen or canceled job-creating investments in North Carolina. Rockers Bruce Springsteen and Ringo Starr canceled concerts there.

Legislators in Oklahoma and South Carolina recently introduced bills curtailing transgender bathroom rights, and Mississippi now allows businesses to deny wedding services to same-sex couples.

Similar transgender bills are pending in Kentucky and Tennessee plus Midwestern states Illinois, Minnesota and Missouri, the ACLU said. It added that 17 states banned discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
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Elections have consequences in Louisiana
4/14/16  For eight years, Bobby Jindal used his role as governor of Louisiana to move his state as far to the right as he possibly could, on as many issues as possible. It may be a “red” state in the Deep South, but Louisianans were deeply unimpressed with the results – Jindal stepped down last year as one of the nation’s least popular governors.

His successor, Gov. John Bel Edwards (D), took office a few months ago, vowing not to be “a business-as-usual governor.” He wasn’t kidding. The Louisiana Democrat has already embraced Medicaid expansion through the Affordable Care Act, and yesterday, Edwards signed an executive order prohibiting state discrimination against LGBT residents.

The order by Edwards, a Democrat, overturns an executive advanced by his predecessor, Republican Bobby Jindal, protecting employers and agencies that wouldn’t serve members of the LGBT community.

Edwards called that rule “bad for business, tourism and the Louisiana economy” and said it did “nothing but divide our state … to serve a narrow political agenda.”

Edwards signed the order following months of pressure from local business groups and giant corporations like IBM, which objected that Jindal’s order last year would “create a hostile environment for our current and prospective employees.”

“We respect our fellow citizens for their beliefs, but we do not discriminate based on our disagreements,” said Edwards. “I believe in giving every Louisianan the opportunity to be successful and to thrive in our state. Our goal is to promote the opportunities we have right here in Louisiana. While this executive order respects the religious beliefs of our people, it also signals to the rest of the country that discrimination is not a Louisiana value, but rather, that Louisiana is a state that is respectful and inclusive of everyone around us.”

The gubernatorial order refers only to public-sector workers. To expand anti-discrimination protections to the private sector, Edwards would need Louisiana’s Republican-led legislature to act, which appears highly unlikely.

Nevertheless, yesterday’s announcement was a major step forward for the state, which is all the more striking given the broader trends in the region.

As MSNBC’s Emma Margolin noted, “Amid intensifying outcry over recently enacted anti-LGBT laws in Mississippi and North Carolina, as well as similar legislation advancing in Tennessee and Missouri, one southern state appears to be running in the opposite direction.”

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PostPosted: Tue May 24, 2016 7:40 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

New Orleans is sinking
May 24, 2016
-  New Orleans is sinking fast, one neighborhood losing an inch per year
The most threatened is Michoud, between Lake Ponchartrain and Lake Borguen.
The researchers said that groundwater withdrawal was among the top reasons for the sinking.
Swamps and land below sea level were never meant to build cities on.

La sinkhole
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 07, 2016 3:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Watch how Louisiana's coastline has vanished over the last 80 years

Over the last 80 years, Louisiana has lost nearly 2,000 square miles of coastland — land that has simply vanished into the Gulf of Mexico. And much, much more land is likely to disappear in the years ahead unless major changes are made.

That's the subject of a terrific 2014 investigation from Bob Marshall of The Lens and Brian Jacobs and Al Shaw of ProPublica. You should absolutely go read their entire piece (and check out all of their excellent visuals), but I've made a slider image out of two key maps to highlight the very basic change at play here:

It's worth noting that this mostly isn't a story about global warming and sea-level rise — at least not yet. The land in southeast Louisiana was built up over thousands of years from sediment washed down by the Mississippi River and anchored by plant life in the marshes and wetlands. Without this replenishing, the soil would simply sink into the Gulf of Mexico.

And over the past century, various human activities have disrupted this ecosystem. After the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927, the US Army Corps of Engineers built up a series of levees along the Mississippi that controlled springtime flooding but also blocked sediment from washing down the river and replenishing the delta.

At the same time, the Louisiana coast became a major source of oil and gas during the 20th century. That meant two things. Energy companies dredged thousands of miles of canals through the wetlands to transport equipment through — and those canals allowed shoreline to crumble and saltwater to seep in, killing off plants. Meanwhile, some scientists argue that the land itself has sunk after companies extracted oil and gas from underground wells.

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Protests break out after Baton Rouge police fatally shoot man

Protesters called for more demonstrations Wednesday following a night of unrest over the fatal shooting of a black man by police officers that was caught on video outside a Baton Rouge convenience store.

The two officers have been placed on administrative following the incident early Tuesday. The officers have not been identified.

Officers responded to the store about 12:35 a.m. Tuesday after an anonymous caller indicated a man, later identified as Alton Sterling, 37, selling music CDs and wearing a red shirt threatened him with a gun, Cpl. L’Jean McKneely said.

Two officers responded and some type of altercation with the man ensued. One officer fatally shot the suspect, McKneely said. Both officers have been placed on administrative leave, which is standard department policy, he said.

Rep. Cedric Richmond, D-La., who called for the Department of Justice to investigate the killing, said officials claimed both officers had body cameras "but they fell off during the struggle and do not show the shooting."

The store’s owner, Abdul Muflahi, told WAFB-TV that the first officer used a stun gun on Sterling and the second officer tackled the man. Muflahi said as Sterling fought to get the officer off him, the first officer shot him “four to six times.”

A 48-second cellphone video of the incident purportedly captured by a bystander shows an officer firing at least one round into a man's chest followed by the sound of at least four shots as the camera abruptly turns away, The Advocate reported.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 17, 2016 10:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Louisiana  *  BREAKING
3 officers killed, 7 shot in Baton Rouge
July 17, 2016
 -  Baton Rouge, 3 officers dead after shooting.  7 officers shot.  Police have closed streets between Baton Rouge Police Headquarters and I-12 where law enforcement officers have been shot.

A masked man dressed in black shooting indiscriminately when he walked out between a convenience store and car wash across from Hammond Air Plaza.  A very large manhunt began immediately with officers hurrying to contain the scene.
Both lanes of Airline Highway were shut down.

The black panthers leader was on fox tv Saturday PROMISING VIOLENCE. They blame media focused on 'white death' in France on their day Friday. filthy damned thugs!  They should arrest that man and charge him as accomplice to MURDER

Evil or Very Mad   Baton Rouge BLM celebrate cops deaths
July 17, 2016
 -  About an hour after the announcement that 5 were dead in Dallas, 50 BLM gathered around a Dallas 7-11 doing their Happy Dance, uproarious Fist Bumps, etc.  This is not a rumor.

Baton Rouge 3 shooters, 911 ambush, 7 cops shot and 3 dead.
Police scanner reports of business employee with cell phone video and says there were three shooters.

Evil or Very Mad   BLM leader reveal Obama plan for summer of chaos and martial law - dcclothesline

Evil or Very Mad   Black Panther Party forms Baton Rouge chapter

3 Baton Rouge Police Officers killed we can't get the
''Law and Order'' candidate in the W.H. quick enough.

May heaven received the blue who have left us
and comfort their loved ones

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 17, 2016 12:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Baton Rouge BLM terrorists strike again
July 17, 2016
-  BLM was NEVER peaceful - Ferguson, Baltimore, etc.
Killing police and protecting criminals and promoting crimes is BLM goals.
BlacKKKlivesMatter terrorists strike again
3 police shot in ambush. Large scale activity.

Thank Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson for Baton Rouge Police killings
July 17, 2016  
-  Clearly the words of Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson probably lead to the shooting of 7 police officers in Baton Rouge. They both spoke at the funeral of Alton Sterling.   The shooter today in Baton Rouge was dressed in all black as is the custom of the New Black Panthers.


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