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MORE DEMOCRATS ENTER A RACE THEY WILL NOT WIN By. Jeff Crouere Another day, another Democrat presidential candidate entered the crowded race. U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) announced her candidacy in her home state of Massachusetts. She becomes the fifth woman to enter the presidential race, joining author and self-help expert Marianne Williamson, U.S. Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA), U.S. Senator Kirsten Gilibrand (D-NY), and U.S. Representative Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI). As of today, these women have competition from U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) and former Housing Secretary Julian Castro, the only men in the field.

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This field of seven may grow to three dozen or more before it is complete. There will be a historic number of candidates because the Democrats truly hate President Donald Trump and believe he is very likely to lose re-election in 2020. Unfortunately for the Democrats, in light of recent developments, they are engaged in political wishful thinking. After a very successful State of the Union address Tuesday night, the latest Rasmussen daily tracking poll shows President Donald Trump with an impressive 50% approval rating. This shows a continual improvement over the last few days, undoubtedly impacted by a speech that was well received. The ratings for the President’s speech exceeded last year and were significantly higher than the ratings for President Obama’s speech at a similar point in his presidency. According to CNN and CBS polls, the speech received the approval of 76% of Americans. In fact, it was so persuasive that 72% of Americans, according to the CBS poll, agreed with the President’s comments on immigration, one of the most hotly contested issues in the country.

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Louisiana Department of Wildlife & Fisheries Deer Hunting Violations Leads to Two Arrests Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries enforcement agents cited four Plaquemines Parish residents for alleged deer hunting violations on Feb. 1, 2019. Agents also cited one subject for driving while intoxicated (DWI) and another for pubic intimidation and threatening a public official in addition to their wildlife charges. Agents cited William J. Dillman, 41, Devin A. Bourgeios, 28, Paul R. Hammer, 48, and Jerry J. Vicknair Jr., 30, all from Belle Chasse, for hunting deer during illegal hours and hunting from a public road. Agents were on patrol in Plaquemines Parish at night when they observed three all-terrain vehicles (ATV) on Buccaneer Road just south of Belle Chasse bordering the Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base. The agents witnessed the men actively night hunting. Agents made contact with the men and during questioning Dillman admitted to actively hunting at night. Dillman then began making numerous threats to the agents and he was arrested for threatening a public official and public intimidation. Agents also arrested Hammer for a DWI after witnessing him operate an ATV on a public roadway while impaired. Hunting deer during illegal hours brings a $900 to $950 fine and up to 120 days in jail. Hunting deer from a public road and taking deer from a moving vehicle both bring a $100 to $350 fine and up to 60 days in jail for each offense. DWI carries a $300 to $1,000 fine and up to six months in jail. Public intimidation carries up to a $1,000 fine and five years in jail. Threatening a public official carries a up to a $500 fine and six months in jail. LDWF, Continued on pg. 4

The 82-minute address was delivered one week late due to the government shutdown and Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s insistence of a delay. The speech was worth the wait as some observers believe it was the best one ever given by President Trump. The members of Congress interrupted the President 102 times with standing ovations. His message of “Choosing Greatness” including a pitch for unity, a strong defense of a border wall, a call to protect innocent life and a total rejection of socialism. The President also outlined his reasons for bringing our military back from Afghanistan and Syria. As usual, a number of other issues including school choice, healthcare, and trade were mentioned by President Trump. While the President has been on a roll, Democrats are dealing with horrendous problems. In Virginia, their top three elected officials are embroiled in controversy. In fact, calls are growing for Lt. Governor Justin Fairfax to resign after a second woman has come forward to accuse him of sexual assault. If he does not resign, a Democrat legislator, State Representative Patrick Hope, will introduce articles of impeachment on Monday. Virginia Democrats are not the only ones embroiled in controversy. While she officially launched a presidential campaign, Warren is once again having to defend her inaccurate assertion of being of Native American heritage. The Washington Post discovered that in her application to the Texas State Bar, she claimed to be an “American Indian.” After releasing DNA results that showed her Native American heritage that was possibly as low as 1/1024 percent, Warren has become the subject of justified ridicule. With Democrats reeling, party leaders are hoping they will receive a lifeline from the Special Counsel. Democrats are praying that the Mueller report will include a bombshell accusation against President Trump and show definitive proof of his collusion with Russia to steal the 2016 election. If not, many Americans will wonder what the Special Counsel and his team of Democrat attorneys have been doing for two years and why they were spending tens of millions of taxpayer dollars. Even if he is exonerated by Mueller, the President will be the subject of more investigations from the House Intelligence Committee, now led by U.S. Representative Adam Schiff (D-CA) and federal prosecutors from the Southern District of New York. The many areas being investigated include the President’s personal finances and the activities of his businesses and his foundation. Despite these biased inquiries and ongoing political conflicts with Democrats, President Trump is enjoying the same approval rating as former Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton received during this exact time in their presidencies. The difference is that the national news media were very supportive of Obama and Clinton but have treated President Trump as their sworn enemy. According to the Media Research Center, President Trump received 92% negative coverage last year from the three major broadcast networks during their news programs. The stories reported on cable news outlets such as CNN and MSNBC have been even more negative about the President. It is amazing that in this environment, surrounded by enemies in his government and the media, the President has been able to succeed and score relatively decent approval ratings. The attacks will undoubtedly continue, but with the strong economy and problems in the Democratic Party, the chances of President Trump’s re-election in 2020 grow stronger every day.


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Louisiana Department of Wildlife & Fisheries Continued from pg. 3

Nine Cited For Oyster Violations in St. Bernard Parish Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries enforcement agents cited nine men for alleged oyster violations on Feb. 6, 2019 in St. Bernard Parish. Agents cited Emiliano Carvajal, 54, Emilio Carbajal, 48, Leonardo Vega, 39, Juan Ramirez, 28, and Isidro Colunga, 52, all of Houma, Eliazar Martinez, 62, of Houston, Texas, Gary Cotton, 54, of McComb, Miss., Jerry Wells, 46, of Smithdale, Miss., and Willie Bell, 58, of Kenner, for taking undersized oysters from a natural reef. Agents were on patrol on the public oyster seed ground in Lake Borgne near the Halfmoon Island cultch plant when they made contact with the nine men on three separate vessels actively harvesting oysters. Agents inspected their oysters and found the men in possession of undersized oysters that made up more than 15 percent of their entire catch. All oysters being removed from the public seed grounds must be three inches from hinge to mouth and undersized oyster cannot make up over 15 percent of the entire catch. Agents seized a total of 72 sacks of oysters and returned them to the water. Taking undersized oysters from a natural reef carries a up to a $350 fine and 60 days in jail. Addtionally, the court may order the offender, for one year after the date of such conviction, to harvest oysters only from a vessel that employs a vessel monitoring system.

Authorities Recover Body of Prairieville Man After Boating Incident Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) enforcement agents, St. Bernard Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies and U.S. Coast Guard personnel recovered the deceased body of a Prairieville man from Lena Lagoon in St. Bernard Parish this morning, Feb. 7. The body of Freddie Dufrene, 70, was recovered around 10:15 a.m. and turned over to the St. Bernard Parish Coroner’s Office to determine an official cause of death. According to the survivors of the boating incident, Dufrene was an occupant in a vessel that left out of the Hopedale area to go to Lake Borgne around 6:30 a.m. In Lena Lagoon the operator made a sharp turn to avoid running into the bank, which subsequently ejected the operator and Dufrene into the water. Another occupant on the vessel was able to get control of the vessel and retrieve the operator from the water. Before the survivors could get to Dufrene, he went under the water and never resurfaced. The survivors called for help and LDWF, St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office and USCG arrived shortly thereafter to conduct a search for Dufrene. LDWF will be the lead investigative agency for this fatal boating incident. The men ejected from the vessel were not wearing personal flotation devices at the time of the incident. LOT FOR SALE Abita Springs Hillcrest Subdivision, near golf course, $19,500. 985-502-0648.

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2 SEPERATE Rooms for rent in Slidell. One with private bathroom, the other has shared bathroom. NO pets. Month-to-month. $300 for shared bathroom. $400 for private bathroom. FACTORY DIRECT HOUSNo deposit. Jorge 985-265- ING. Save thousands! Call 985-542-0036 or www.clay5324. tonhammond.com

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REAL ESTATE LOT FOR SALE - Lot for sale on River Rd. in Boothville. Approximately 200 wide X 1000 long. Property cleared and ready to move on. $65,000 FIRM. Call Stanley at 504-427-1277.

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With Valentine’s Day quickly approaching, I decided to paint one of Renee Mullin’s new Designs. I think he is so totally adorable. I was beginning to wonder if I would get it in time to have it painted for this column. She had run out of the wood for this project and was waiting on the shipment to arrive. Everyone loved this and were ordering them like crazy. As you can see, it made it here in time. I had to put a lot of other things on the back burner for a little while, so I could get this ready but, it was worth it. I had so much fun painting this and it fast and easy. This would look so cute painted on a canvas to hang a your child’s room or it could be enlarged and hung on the front door as a “Welcome” greeting. Ok, so maybe you are not a dog person. I will see what I can do about getting a cat painted for next time. Well, that’s it for this time. Hope you have a very crafty couple of weeks. So what will you next craft project be? Mine...……..I don’t know. But, I know it will be fun. Sincerely, Paula Johnson


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BLINK, DANIEL HENRY EMPIRE, LA Resisting An Officer and other charges

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February can be a little bland in the South Louisiana landscape. Our coldest month of the year isn’t known for anything spectacular. However, if you look closely you’ll notice a few trees stand out amongst the rest. See below for a list of spring flowering trees that can be added to your landscape. Will Afton • Cherry and cherry-like trees such as Taiwan flowering cherry (Prunus campanulata - pictured below), Kwansan cherry (P. serrulata), and purple leaf plum (P. cerasifera) are all native to Asia. They are some of the showiest late winter/early spring bloomers in the landscape. The Taiwan cherry blooms rosey=pink flowers in late January/early February depending on temperatures. The Kwansan cherry produces large, heavy rosey-pink blooms in early spring. Despite the name, purple leaf plum is actually another species of cherry. It is known for its dark marron purple that bleaches into a bronze purple later during the summer. All three trees will reach between 15-20ft tall and 10-15ft wide. • Grancy Graybeard (Chionanthus virginicus) is a small native tree occurring throughout the Gulf coast. It averages about 20ft tall and produces white fringe like flowers starting in March. The Chinese fringe tree (C. retusus) has a similar habit but produces a darker green leaf and a slightly showier flower. • Parsley hawthorn (Crataegus marshallii) and green hawthorn (C. viridis) are both native trees that occur from Virginia to Florida and all the way west into Texas. They both average around 20ft tall and 15ft wide. Both trees typically bloom in late March. The green hawthorn produces white flowers and the parsley hawthorn produces white to pinkish colored flowers. whereas parsley hawthorn flower are not fragrant but it is reported that green hawthorns produce an unpleasant odor. • Eastern redbud tree (Cercis canadensis) is one of the most popular native trees grown in the nursery industry. It is known for its beautiful heart shaped leaves and tiny pea-like flowers. The magenta colored blooms appear in late February and March before the foliage. Redbuds are also known for their yellow fall color. The cultivar ‘Forest Pansy’ produces scarlet-purple leaves in the beginning of the season that eventually fade to green in the summer months. • Deciduous magnolias, commonly referred to as Japanese magnolias, are extremely popular late winter flowering trees. The most popular cultivars are called the ‘Little Girl’ magnolias. ‘The Little Girl’ magnolias were bred from interspecific cross between lily magnolia (Magnolia liliiflora) and star magnolia (M. stellata). Some of the more popular cultivars and their flower colors are ‘Ann’ (deep purple-pink), ‘Susan’ (red-purple, and ‘Jane’ (light pink-purple). All three of these trees have a multi-branched habit and reach heights about 15ft tall/ • Serviceberry trees (Amelanchier arborea) are an understory tree that occurs naturally from Florida to Texas and all the way to Canada. The tree produces an abundance of white flowers in early/late March depending on temperature. It also produces an edible fruit similar to a blueberry. Make for a great wildlife plant. Check your local nursery for current availabilities and build local demand by asking for these plants by name. Happy Gardening!

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Upcoming Gardening Related Events for Southeastern Louisiana DATE & TIME

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Hammond Research Station 21549 Old Covington Hwy, Hammond, LA 70403

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February 24

Tangipahoa Master Gardener Camellia Stroll 2019

March 15-16

Northshore Garden Show and Plant Sale

Covington, LA (St. Tammany Parish Fairgrounds)

(985) 875-2635 www.STmastergardener.org

2019 Spring Garden Show

New Orleans Botanical Gardens at City Park

GNOgardening@agcenter.lsu.edu

April 6-7

(985) 543-4125

William Afton | County Agent LSU AgCenter • St. Tammany Parish 1301 N. Florida St. • Covington, LA 70433 Office: (985) 875-2635 • Fax: (985) 875-2639


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FEBRUARY 14, 2019-FEBRUARY 27, 2019 PLAQUEMINES & WESTBANK PLUS!

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Capt. Hoop/ Our Freedom / Life is Good! This is an archived story from 1.19.17 from Captain Hoop

CALL US TODAY...SELL IT TOMORROW! The fish must have gotten smart right off the start because no other fish came up to eat. That was a big let down for so much action to just shut off like that. We were marking them so thick it seemed impossible not to get anything. Eddie decided to get dirty. I cut up the skipjack and a blackfin for chunking and set up a pair of jigs also. This was an action getter and we limited out by 11:00. We also caught and released many large blackfin. We kept a few for bait. From there we went looking Wahoo and Amberjack. We were blessed to get a hit on our first run around the rig we hit. It was a blistering long run. After a while it dove down and held deep circling like a tuna. From past experience I put together an big wahoo was on the line. Both tuna and big wahoo will hold deep but with the long runs it made I figured a large wahoo. After a while we got it up and were gifted with a beautiful hooter to join our limit of tuna.

I went fishing from the bank and dock because I was bored. My first fish of the year was a slot size redfish that went back. I caught a few more and had my fishing fever cured for a while.

Eddie Burger of fishvenice.com called me last night and asked if I was available to deck for him. I met him early and we headed out with our party of 3. We were so early we were in the gulf before the sun.

At Our first stop we found clean water but the water hyacinths on the surface made it hare to troll. We moved on. At our second stop we trolled up an Atlantic skipjack. We continued to our third area and hooked up to our first yellowfin of the day. It was not big but it was legal and our first of the day and also his first yellowfin ever.

As we were fighting this we could see other wahoo attacking bait on the top. By the time we got our lines back in the water the surface action had ended. Another few passes and we hook up again. Same fight as the last one. As we were getting this monster up from the deep our trophy suddenly became food for a very large dusky shark. This monster put a hurting on the angler but he never gave up. We ended loosing out lure. Only the tip of it was sticking out of the sharks mouth when it broke the line. Several other places were not good to us so we concentrated on getting some amberjack. This was not as easy of a task as we would have liked. Our jigs were getting hit by red snapper. We would have to move on once the red snapper got fired up so we would not keep killing them. Our first amberjack came on an old dead pogie. we had it on a line in the rod holder as we drifted across natural bottom.

We played that rig a bit but could not get anything else to feed. From there we moved to a rig Eddie had found some the day before. It did not take long for our screen to fill up with tuna. We trolled up a triple. What a way to kick things off. 2 yellows and a large blackfin.

Getting amberjack was not a cake walk for us. We chose not to attempt to get them from the rigs because we loose too much equipment that way. Once we had our 3 AJ’s we made a couple of drops for scamp grouper. Eventually we called it and headed in for our fish cleaning party. We had a very productive day with three man limit of yellowfin tuna and amberjack as well as a very good wahoo. There was also a blackfin in the mix that we did not have to cut up for bait. Life is Good! Fishing is not a matter of life or death. It’s more important than that. CAPT HOOP -- OUR FREEDOM


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