As many of our readers know, we are in the process of launching an online newspaper, or to keep up with the technical term, an e-newspaper.
To be called Louisiana Free Press, our publication focus exclusively on Louisiana politics and we will broaden our coverage to all state agencies, boards and commissions. We will solicit submissions from writers all over the state. Subscriptions will be free to our readers with expenses paid by advertising revenue and fund raisers.
Our first fund raiser is to offer vinyl bumper stickers. An illustration of the bumper sticker can be found on the right, immediately beneath the advertisement for the book Edwards in the Governor’s Mansion.
The bumper sticker employs the Greek letter for the mathematical symbol for pi, or π, followed by “yush,” which when combined, is Piyush, the first name of Gov. Jindal. The full bumper sticker which consists of white lettering on a blue background, reads:
π-yush = 3.14 (on a scale of 100)
We are offering these for $2.50 each or three for $6.
State employees may purchase the bumper stickers but should not place them on their vehicles for obvious reasons. But state employees who purchase the stickers can certainly pass them out to sympathetic friends who do not work for the state.
To order your sticker(s), email us at email@example.com and we will send you a return email telling you the address to send your check(s).