Is a college education necessary?
The new Chairman-Elect of the LSU Board of Supervisors, Ann Duplessis, may have her doubts. The Crack Mullet Research Team has found no evidence that Duplessis has a college degree.
As the incoming head of our flagship university, Duplessis appears to have reached the pinnacle of higher education in Louisiana without a degree. That should give a lot of young people pause before going into debt to gain a college degree.
Previously, Duplessis was famously-known for leading the fight during the 2008 Regular Session to triple the salaries of the leges.
See kids, there’s more than one way to make a lot of money.LSU BOS faces jail timeThe LSU Board of Supervisors have become a huge embarrassment to my Alma Mater and all those who attend or ever went there. Saying that a public body in Louisiana is a huge embarrassment is no small feat.
Now, due to the LSU BOS refusal to turn over public records, they are facing jail time.
It will be interesting to see how far the LSU BOS members are willing to go with Bobby Jindal’s cover-up.
Nobody should be above the law. Judge Clark should throw them all in jail.
LSU belongs to us, not a bunch of prima donnas appointed by Bobby Jindal.
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