Joe Cunningham is a Senior Editor at RedState.com and occasional contributor to TheHayride.com. He hails from Natchitoches, Louisiana, where he grew up and attended college, earning a degree in broadcast journalism and sociology. He worked in radio at KNOC 1450 in Natchitoches before moving to Lafayette with his family. He worked as a sports and lifestyles editor in Abbeville before teaching in Lafayette Parish. Married with two daughters, Joe is as much a cooking fanatic as he is a political junkie, sharing both his takes on the news of the day and the recipes he's cooking on his own daily newsletter.
Could An Amendment On The Ballot Accidentally Allow For Slavery?
What's up with the weird language in an anti-slavery ballot initiative this fall?
Jeff Landry’s Quiet Entry Into The 2023 Governor’s Race
Without saying a word, it looks like Landry is officially in. Here are the show notes for today's Joe Cunningham Show.
Councils Strike Guillory’s Proposed Quarter Million In Pay Raises From Budget
The pay raises struck from the proposed budget can be voted back in at a later date, should the Mayor-President and the councils come to an agreement.
Has Hollywood Recovered? Summer Box Office Revenue Offers Hint
How well did the big blockbusters carry the industry?
Not Enough Time To Read Your Favorite Books? Here Are Some Tips
We could all use more time to flip through a book, right?
How Much Will Transitioning To Electric Vehicles Cost Louisiana?
Are we at risk of higher taxes to cover the gap?
Lafayette Council Votes To Approve LUS Rate Hike In 2023
It won't be right away, but there are some big changes coming to your bill next year.
Lafayette City Council Votes To Hire Auditor, Guillory Responds
The feud between the council and Guillory escalates at Tuesday's meeting.
Former Cajuns Coach Billy Napier Has Successful First Outing As SEC Coach
The former Cajuns coach may have found a winning formula in Florida.
Tropics Wake Up With First Named Storm In Two Months, No Threat To Louisiana
Peak hurricane season is here and the tropics are active.
While Nationwide Test Scores Tanked, Lafayette Parish Saw Growth
A new report shows reading and math scores plummeted nationwide, but LPSS got good news.
Why Does City Council Want To Audit The Mayor’s Projects?
The Daily Advertiser's Andrew Capps explains.
Who Is Running For Louisiana Governor Next Year? There May Be A Lot Of Options
There are several suspected candidates and some whispered possibilities.
Cantrell Recall Collects Thousands of New Orleans Signatures Over The Weekend
New Orleans residents upset about crime are showing up in droves.
Delcambre High Student Arrested After Bringing Gun On Campus
Concerned parents alerted law enforcement.
Lafayette City Council To Vote For Audit Of Guillory’s Drainage Projects
The battle between Josh Guillory and the Lafayette City Council comes to a head.
DOJ Releases Redacted Mar-a-Lago Search Affidavit
The affidavit, while redacted, shows FBI concerns over mishandled classified documents.
Constant Rain Could Mean Disaster For Louisiana Farmers
Farmers are worried that the rain will lead to major losses.
Police Called To Congresswoman’s Home Twice In Dangerous Prank
Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene claims to have been the victim of "Swatting."
How Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Plan Could Affect You
The policy could affect you, and more importantly, your tax bill.