Gov. Bobby Jindal

GOP candidates asked: Does Obama love America?

Catalina Camia, USAToday

So far Bobby Jindal is the only Republican contender to defend Rudy Giuliani for his comments questioning whether Obama loves America. Jindal issued a statement saying the “gist” of what the former mayor said is true.

Bobby Jindal Channels Richard Pryor: ‘You Mean I’m Not White?’

Rick Klein, ABC News
Gov. Bobby Jindal had a pithy response to a widely circulated portrait of him that made his skin tone look white -– and quickly turned it into an attack on liberals whom he said are “obsessed with race.”
“You mean I’m not white?” Jindal, who is Indian-American, said at a breakfast session organized by the Christian Science Monitor in Washington, D.C.

Sanders, Jindal Seek Support From Those Longing for Others

Philip Elliott, Associated Press

A pair of fierce partisans running from the edges of their parties, liberal Sen. Bernie Sanders and conservative Gov. Bobby Jindal are struggling to win over base voters longing for other choices. Neither prospective candidate has committed to a White House bid, and they're not likely to decide for a few months whether to move ahead.

Obama Muslim adviser Mohamed Elibiary Attacks Bobby Jindal

Patrick Poole, PJ Tatler

Mohamed Elibiary has apparently not learned his lesson, engaging in a hate-filled anti-Christian rant on Twitter, even going so far as to attack Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal as a “bottom feeder.”

Jindal's Education Plan: Less Washington, Less Jeb Bush

Josh Kraushaar, National Journal

Jindal will reiterate his opposition to Common Core—a not-too-subtle rebuke of GOP presidential front-runner Jeb Bush's support for the educational standards that were once widely supported by most governors of both parties.

Liberals Trying To Save Obama From ‘Crusades’ Idiocy

John Hayward, Breitbart

Dear liberals: Please stop trying to save President Obama from the idiotic remarks he made about the Crusades and moral equivalence at the National Prayer Breakfast.

Jindal to Obama: ‘Medieval Christian Threat is Under Control’

Eliana Johnson, National Review Online

The issue right in front of Obama's nose, in the here and now, it is the terrorism of Radical Islam, the assassination of journalists, the beheading and burning alive of captives. We will be happy to keep an eye out for runaway Christians, but it would be nice if Obama would face the reality of the situation today said Gov. Bobby Jindal.

Needed: Leaders to Speak the Truth about Radical Islam

By Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman

On the day a video of Jordanian pilot First Lieutenant Moaz al-Kasasbeh being burned to death by the radical Islamists of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria the President of the United States would still not name Islamists as the perpetrators of that unspeakable act. Now is the time to learn from the wisdom of Ronald Reagan who said “wishful thinking about our adversaries is folly.” We need leaders who will communicate about radical Islam as Reagan and conservatives did about the Soviet Union; with honesty and with clarity about the threat and about what it will take to win. 

Louisiana Common Core Face-Off On State Contract Cronyism

Governor Bobby Jindal is right to use Louisiana’s state procurement system to make sure that students, parents and taxpayers are getting the best deal for their tax dollars, especially if that breaks-up the cozy financial relationships between those who write the Common Core standards, those who write the textbooks and tests and those who sell the technology, textbooks and tests.

Tea Party Wants Jindal to Veto REAL ID Bill

Associated Press Staff

The Tea Party of Louisiana sent its letter to Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal Monday, urging a veto of the proposal by Dem. Rep. Karen St. Germain. Tea party spokesman Bob Reid called the REAL ID law an unnecessary and costly intrusion into people's lives.

Jindal Takes the Stage

Quin Hillyer, National Review

The Louisiana governor polishes his delivery, answers critics, and welcomes the spotlight. 

Rand Paul in Third Place?

The findings of the new NBC News/Marist Poll are an early wake-up call that we conservatives must avoid what our good friend Morton Blackwell, founder and president of the Leadership Institute, and Virginia’s long-serving Republican National Committeeman, calls “The Sir Galahad Theory of Politics.”

Jindal Ready To Use Convention of States To Balance the Budget

Lauren McGaughy, The Times Picayune

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal has lent his voice to an ever-growing group of conservative policymakers who are calling for a national convention to add a balanced-budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

Governors Bash DC Republicans

Byron York, Washington Examiner

Many Repub. governors are disgusted by GOP lawmakers in Congress post-gov't-shutdown. They declared that if anything good is to happen in politics, it will be done by Repub. governors, and not Cap. Hill politicians.

ObamaCare: Community Organizing the Train Wreck

While the national Republican establishment apparently assumes that the ObamaCare train wreck will simply hand votes to establishment Republican candidates, on the ground things are different. Conservatives have figured out that “it’s the primaries stupid” and there’s a real fight going on to make sure principled limited government constitutional conservatives come out on top.

GOP Needs Action, Not Navel-gazing

Gov. Bobby Jindal, Politico

Jindal says party soul-searching should be over and it’s time to man-up and take the offensive.