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#8
A comedian has come up with an idea to settle the controversy over the Washington Redskins name and it has gone viral.  Comedian Hari Kondabolu’s solution is the keep the name the “Redskins” – but replace the picture of a Native American on the logo with the picture of a very sunburned white person!  Would that settle the controversy?

#7
The price of gas continues to drop!  AAA shows that the average price for regular gas in the New Orleans area is down to $2.92 a gallon and some expect the price to drop below $2.50 a gallon next week.  How are the lower gas prices affecting your life – personally or professionally?

#6
LA Gov. Bobby Jindal says that running for president is the only job he would consider in his political future.  Honestly, does Bobby Jindal have a chance?

#5
Websites can create false news that is quickly accepted and shared as “real” news.  The site, The National Report, posted a story to Facebook’s news feed about a family of 5 in Texas that had been infected with Ebola.  The story went viral and I even received calls on “The Scoot Show” about the story.  Have you ever believed and passed on a story that proved to be a hoax?

#4
According to a new poll, an increasing number of “most likely voters” now expect the Republican Party to take control of the Senate and since last month, support of Republican candidates has increased among “most likely female voters.”  Have you decided who you are voting for?  Do you vote for the party or the individual candidate?  If you are Republican – have you ever voted for a Democrat?  If you are a Democrat – have you ever voted for a Republican?  If Independent – which party do you lean toward?

#3
Hosts on the Fox News Channel are, again, telling young voters NOT TO VOTE!  Tuesday on the Fox News show “The Five” – Kimberly Guilfoyle said that young female voters should not vote because they do not share the same life experiences of older women and they should spend more time on Match.com.  Early this month, a Fox News host on “Outnumbered” said that young people should not vote because they do not understand the issues.  Is this a good message to send to young people?

#2
An artist who lived in the 8th Ward for about 10 years has organized the largest gun buyback in New Orleans history.  Artist Kirsha Kaechele says the gun buyback will take place Saturday, October 25 at Ace’s Car Wash & Sweet Shop.  Do you think gun buybacks work?

#1
An analysis of an autopsy the body of 18-year-old Michael Brown shows that Brown was shot during an altercation with Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson.  However, the autopsy report does not answer the question of whether Michael Brown was surrendering or charging when he was shot in the head.  Is this autopsy report meaningful?

 

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Scoot: Should young voters stay away from the polls?
The important midterm election is two weeks away and hosts on The Fox News Channel have again, told young voters not to vote! Tuesday on the Fox News Channel show, "The Five," co-host Kimberly Guilfoyle said that young women should not vote because...
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Scoot: Why it's wrong to call Saints loss "unfortunate"
The Scoot Blog for September 24, 2014 was titled: "Do the Saints lack a killer instinct?" The previous Sunday the Saints beat the Vikings at home, but the lack of a killer instinct on the part of the Saints was apparent. Following the Saints...
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Scoot: Is Ebola turning you into a germophobe?
Now that a second hospital worker who cared for the Ebola patient who died in Dallas has contracted the deadly disease, are you becoming a germophobe? For those of us who have admitted we are germophobes, our lives will not really change. But will...
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Scoot: Does Ebola have a new face?
Does an attractive 26-year-old nurse contracting Ebola in the United States change the face of the disease? When Nina Pham, a nurse who treated Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan, was diagnosed with Ebola even after wearing protective gear, the idea...
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Scoot: Two teachers, one student
The arrest report in the case of the two Destrehan teachers accused of having sex with a 16-year-old student has been released by police. The report indicates that the teachers allegedly "had consensual intercourse with a 16-year-old juvenile." The...
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Scoot: Do you have a 'right to die?'
We have the freedom to make many choices in America, but only three states – Oregon, Washington and Vermont – grant individuals the right to die. A 29-year-old woman with a brain tumor has chosen November 1 as her "deathday." Brittany...
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Scoot: 4-year-old passes out heroin at day care
In a society that continues to embrace the concept that individuals are not accountable for their actions, the debate over holding parents accountable for their children gaining possession of guns or drugs rages on. Police in Selbyville, Delaware have...
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Scoot: Why an FCC ban on "Redskins" is scary
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will consider a petition calling for the agency to ban the name "Redskins" from the airwaves. The nickname of the Washington Redskins of the NFL is considered a derogatory term by many and the recent...
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Scoot: Did 16-year-old know it was wrong to have sex with teachers?
Two female teachers at Destrehan High School face charges of having sexual relations with the same 16-year-old male student from the school. Shelley Dufrense was arrested Tuesday and Rachel Respess turned herself in to Kenner police Wednesday. Kenner...
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Scoot: Something is wrong with the Saints
There is a general rule that changes in a teenager’s personality could be a sign that something significant is wrong with them, or at the very least, that something has changed. Football teams have collective personalities that are defined by...
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