Crime and Punishment

“If you can’t be a good example, then you’ll just have to be a horrible warning” — Catherine Aird Now that the bomb has been dropped and the dust settled, you can’t help but think that this was not about the Saints so much as power; the implementation of one man’s will, and the complete […]

Calling Baton Rouge

It’s tough to be the average fan these days; tough to keep the faith in a world of money-grabs, coaching changes, transient players, rising ticket prices, and bad behavior — both on and off the field, and in the stands.  And if you are the average LSU football fan, and a tailgater, specifically, life just […]

Sinners, Saints, and a Requiem

This week, the 5th US Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a ruling that the US Army Corps of Engineers, and by proxy, the US Government, was indeed culpable for the property damaged caused by the “Federal Flooding” of New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina.  This week also saw a settlement between BP and the private plaintiffs […]