Current News Items
A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
NEW TAX: Livingston Parish School System is asking the voters for an additional 1¢ on every dollar spent. When government asks for new taxes, sometimes they follow the rules and sometimes they don’t.
The Proper Role of a Louisiana Sheriff
Having your home and livelihood threatened by a local government official can be a harrowing experience. After winning such a battle in court against the Washington Parish Sheriff, Jason Smith is now running to replace him.
HUGE Library Victory in Lafayette
Surprise! A few weeks ago, the Lafayette Library Board passed a policy update that changes everything – and the wokies didn’t even notice!
Those real election issues that nobody’s talking about
All of the smoke about Louisiana’s election systems appear to be emanating from one random guy who’s furiously rubbing two sticks together. Instead, let’s have a look at what is really the issue.
Skirting the Line
It’s election season. If you weren’t already prepared for the deceptive campaign ads and potential misuse of public funds to prop up certain candidates, let this be your first indication that campaign season has now officially arrived.
Peeping Toms in your Local Government?
Why has the University of Louisiana been quietly installing license plate tracking cameras in private subdivisions? We’re on the case.
The Curious Case of Ross Brunet
The “contemporary community standards” battle takes an odd turn as Grand Isle seeks to limit “political emblems” on vehicles.
A Visit to DC Mardi Gras
Have you ever been to Washington DC Mardi Gras? Our own Jamie Pope made her first trip recently, and shares some of her experiences with you.
Don’t be fooled – Louisiana’s elections aren’t broken
Popeye said it best, “That’s all I can stands, I can’t stands no more.” As a sitting member of Louisiana’s Voting Systems Commission, the tripe being passed off as meaningful critique of our election systems has finally surpassed what any reasonable person can be expected to tolerate.
I am a Conservative Public Librarian
Some weeks ago, we published an invitation for conservative public library employees to contact us. Surprisingly, we had several reach out what it’s like to be a conservative librarian in a woke system. Here’s what we hope is the first installment of these stories.