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The success we're seeing in Lafayette Parish would not be possible without vital organizations like Citizens for a New Louisiana.
A poll published by Citizens for a New Louisiana, showed state voters have an especially negative view of the legislature.
We are seriously changing the fabric of Louisiana one little bit at a time.
[Citizens for a New Louisiana] works very, very hard to let the public know what’s going on. Without them and what they do nobody knows anything except what the elite leftists media wants them to know. Thank GOD for their answering the call to be our voice to the state.
Michael Lunsford runs Citizens for a New Louisiana, a government watchdog nonprofit, ... who has called out Jones and other library leaders.
I can understand why someone would try to duplicate what they are doing at Citizens but alas, that's a trap. They make it look easy. It isn't.
[Citizens for a New Louisiana] is where it happens. We're saving Louisiana from this desk right here, baby.
Discover the core features of constitutional carry bills HB12, SB1, and SB2. These bills aim to empower and protect law-abiding citizens by allowing concealed carry without additional permits.
Get to know the group of 34 freshmen representatives, comprising nearly a third of the legislature, arriving in the Louisiana House of Representatives in 2024.
Learn about Louisiana’s state-wide School Librarian Association’s controversial “push” to integrate social justice themes into reading programs that target vulnerable children.
The fourth and final leg of our analysis of Louisiana’s rising violent crime problem is the court system. This one may shock you.
Learn about the newly elected legislator, Michael Melerine, and how he’s is pushing meaningful ideas in the Louisiana legislature.
Unfortunately, the sheriff’s investigation into the City of Youngsville appears to be little more than political cover for the power clique.
Traditional public schools didn’t suit everyone during the pandemic. That basic need for change broke the school choice taboo wide open.
Kenneth Boudreaux has been officially sworn in as a City Councilman and he’s already breaking his oath and the law.
Join us as we continue to examine increasing violence in our communities. Here’s the third of four legs comprising the criminal justice stool: Prosecution.
Remember when Congressman William J. Jefferson kept cash in his freezer? It turns out that Youngsville likes to keep cash “on ice,” too.