News from around Louisiana
American Library Association
The whole area is being controlled by a political group called Citizens for a New Louisiana.
Los Angeles Times
A defamation suit [Amanda Jones] filed against ... the conservative group Citizens for a New Louisiana, was dismissed.
The success we're seeing in Lafayette Parish would not be possible without vital organizations like Citizens for a New Louisiana.
The (UK) Independent
Mr Lunsford’s appeal prompted the parish library director to move the [erotic] book[s] from teen nonfiction sections to adult nonfiction sections
New York Times
The group that started the hubbub over in Lafayette Parish is called Citizens for a New Louisiana. And I know the players. And I had been monitoring who’s involved in all of this.
Citizens for a New Louisiana has changed the trajectory of the entire state of Louisiana for the better.
It was not until the question was raised by the Citizens for a New Louisiana that a runoff election was held.
Don’t miss this chance to make a real difference. Our work across Louisiana speaks volumes, will you help us continue this great work?
The dark forces are relentless when it comes to reaching out children using public dollars. Learn how the Advocate got it wrong and how our vigilance continues to pay off.
The BESE 7 race is getting out of hand. Let’s dissect the incendiary materials Knezek is putting out against Berken.
What you allow will continue: leftover bad actors from Rickey Boudreaux’s Youngsville Police Department attract lawsuits and bad press.
Become part of the remarkable effort to transform Louisiana, with words of encouragement from Congressman Clay Higgins & State Senator-elect Valarie Hodges! Reminisce as we look back at our work to create a New Louisiana in 2023 and get a glimpse at what the future might hold.
Here we go again, another election and another four constitutional amendments. What would they do and should you support them?
Way back in September of this year, Frank Pavone addressed members and guests at our Champions of Change banquet. Although we had a sizable crowd, it was certainly not possible for every person who follows us to attend. Thankfully, Fr. Frank recorded his remarks on video so that all of our friends can get caught up.
A multi-year effort to upgrade our aged election system is on the ballot in November. Voters get to decide if we continue that process or start over from scratch.
Unwatched and unnoticed, local governments tend to skirt a myriad of state laws… until we start poking around with our little flashlight.
Recent cases and research indicate that 10% of our population is committing 90% of the criminal offenses. Is Lafayette in danger of becoming another violent crime epicenter, like New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Shreveport?