News from around Louisiana
Citizens for a New Louisiana spoke at the meeting in favor of restrictions on books with sexual content.
National Public Radio
Citizens for a New Louisiana [is] the same group behind the conservative takeover of the Lafayette library board.
[Citizens for a New Louisiana's Michael Lunsford is] the most powerful Republican in Lafayette.
[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.
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.
National Public Radio
Lunsford spent years raising the heat leading a stealthy but steady campaign that replaced members of the library board who, from his perspective, were not quite on board.
Ray Garofalo v Bob Owen are vying to replace term-limited Sharon Hewitt in Louisiana’s first senatorial district near Slidell.
The top question we’re getting in the October 2023 cycle is on the four constitutional amendments. Here’s a quick summary.
Bossier Parish’s House District 9 has Dodie Horton facing challenger Christopher D Turner. Who’s who and what’s what? I’m glad you asked!
We’ve been watching Louisiana Senate District 22 for a while. Let’s admit it – we’ve all been not wanting to watch now for way too long.
Why can’t Louisiana climb out of the tangled web of cronyism and politics? Perhaps it’s because the public simply doesn’t know.
Recently, the Lafayette Parish Council inexplicably raised taxes on residents and businesses. Now is the time to encourage Josh Guillory to Veto these increases.
Youngsville’s attorney really doesn’t like our opinion that the City potentially made an invalid appointment of an interim Chief of Police.
By their own admission, the Youngsville City Council lacks the power to remove the Chief of Police. And yet they’ve done exactly that.
The Lafayette Library Board has been the razor’s edge on the issue of protecting children for the last three years. That is why they are the target.
One might expect local officials to not step in the same cow pies as their neighboring officials. However, this is Louisiana. And so, they jump in with both feet.