News from around Louisiana
Some time back, the Lafayette City Council unanimously appointed Kenneth Boudreaux to the Police and Fire Civil Service Board. However, his radio show comments are now front and center in demands for his recusal. Surprised? We’re not.
Others will tell you how great they are and suggest you should be supporting them. I’m not going to do that. Instead, I’m going to suggest that you should support us because of what our strongest critics have to say.
When it comes to getting at the truth, and not putting up with platitudes and foolishness from public health officials, there’s no one in Louisiana better than Jill Hines of Health Freedom Louisiana. It was her court case that deposed Anthony Fauci. Here’s a short update from Jill, who was present for the deposition.
Here’s our take on the three Louisiana Constitutional Amendment proposals on the December 10th ballot. Regardless of how voters decide, these ‘virtue signal’ amendments won’t really change anything.
Louisiana is last in nearly everything good. Education is no exception. Our children deserve the best education we can provide. Why is The Louisiana State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) against high standards? Their own strategic plan says...
What if the library knew it could provide pornography to kids in such a way that parents would never find out? Do you think they’d do it? What if I were to suggest to you that not only would they do it, but that I can prove it’s already happening.
To fix Louisiana, start by fixing your small town government. The two competing factions in the City of Broussard are making attempts to do just that by offering the voters a unique choice. One side prefers rigorous debate in an independent council. The other side just wants to follow the Mayor’s lead. In what group is your candidate?
Contrasted with other information, one of the easiest ways to figure out how a candidate might act once elected is to know who’s financing them. This one isn’t necessarily intended to be read top-to-bottom. Instead, if you’re in Lafayette Parish, identify the city race that will be on your ballot and check out who’s been giving to the candidates.
When it comes to the issue of voter integrity one of the top talking points is cleaning up the voter rolls. We took a cursory look at a few parishes, but the shock came in Orleans. You won’t want to miss this one.
We hear you. Here’s our take on the eight constitutional amendments coming to Louisiana voters on November 8th, 2022.