‘The Louisiana Democratic Party encourages Bobby Jindal to go after his national ambitions’
Jindal: ‘He’s great at delivering a speech. Unfortunately, the actions don’t match the record’
Bobby Jindal joins Iowa fray - TheDC
Attending Perry events, backing part-time Congress
Most lopsided victory since La. began open-primary system began in 1975
‘No, I will not be V.P. I want to be governor of the great state of Louisiana’
Report: Jindal to endorse Perry - TheDC
Louisiana governor is expected to announce his support before tonight’s tea party debate
Nine candidates file to oppose heavily-favored incumbent governor
To win the GOP nomination, candidates will have to make bold moves.
Family Research Council, top GOP lawmakers fight back against SPLC ‘hate group’ label
Just as TARP came back to haunt its GOP supporters in 2010, the tax deal may come back to haunt its GOP supporters in 2012.
This year, Pelosi beat out Bobby Jindal and Barack Obama to win the coveted “Turkey of the Year” award.
Gov Jindal: 'Make congressmen part-time' - Human Events
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal thinks it’s time we cut the number of hours lawmakers work to stop bad legislation
The 2012 presidential primaries are going to play out like an NCAA tournament. Here’s a sneak peek at what to expect.
Silicon Valley’s tech moguls are sitting on the sidelines while the Golden State self-destructs.
Jindal blasts Obama in book - Politico
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal uses a new book to portray President Obama as disconnected from the Gulf oil spill
Republican Nikki Haley won over state Sen. Vincent Sheheen in a contest that flipped between the candidates by the minute Tuesday night
The GOP, the presumed bastion of white males, has fielded one of the most impressive arrays of women and minority candidates in US history.
Vanity Fair releases Republican beefcake calendar
The goal of the tour is to drive voter turnout and media coverage in favor of Republican candidates
Despite tough talk on immigration, Republicans are poised to make inroads with minority voters.