Democrats Got the Kavanaugh Blues!
LFF Commentary | September 2018

Wondering what to expect from the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings?

Spoiler alert: it's easy to predict much of what will happen next. Democrats revealed their strategy immediately after Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement when Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) took to the Senate floor to motivate his base.

Today is the big day. The Senate Judiciary Committee is holding its first hearing on Brett Kavanaugh, President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee. The Heritage Foundation breaks down everything conservatives need to know about the hearings. Experts explain what to expect from the media throughout the week and the history behind this process. Plus, The Daily Signal has an exclusive must-see video with some of the women who have clerked for Kavanaugh. Take notes, we have your conservative policy solutions right here. —Michelle Cordero

Click the continue reading button below to get the whole story on:

  • What to watch for in Kavanaugh's hearing.
  • What two women who actually clerked for Kavanaugh really think of him. And more on,
  • The history and process of confirming a Supreme Court Nominee.

Landry Leads on Life and Design!
Life News | September 2018

Led by Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry, Attorneys General in 17 states defended an Indiana law Thursday that requires abortion facilities to offer women the chance to see an ultrasound of their unborn baby prior to their abortion.

The state leaders submitted their brief this week to the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, the Huntingdon News reports. Planned Parenthood challenged the law in 2016, and a 7th-Circuit panel sided with the abortion chain in July.

Additionally, Landry has joined 15 other Republican attorneys general and governors asking the U.S. Supreme Court to reject workplace protections that would prevent transgender people from being fired for their gender identity.

Landry signed onto a legal brief asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a lower court ruling that determined a Michigan woman was unlawfully fired from the funeral home where she worked for being transgender. The U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that federal laws prohibiting discrimination based on sex protected her and that her employer's religious beliefs cannot be used to justify her firing.


Left vs. Liberal
Prager U | September 2018

What’s the difference between a liberal and a leftist?

This question stumps most people because they think liberal and left are essentially the same.

But they’re not. In fact, liberalism and leftism have almost nothing in common. But the left has appropriated the word “liberal” so effectively almost everyone—liberals, leftists, and conservatives—thinks they are synonymous. But they’re not.

Dennis Prager offers six examples - click continue reading below.

Dear liberals: Conservatives are not your enemy. The left is.


LFF Celebrates — 20 Years!
LFF Commentary | September 2018

Time is running out to sponsor your table for the 2018 LFF Awards Gala where we will be celebrating our 20th Anniversary as your voice for traditional family values in Louisiana. This promises to be an extraordinary event you don’t want to miss.

Our emcee for the evening will be Family Research Council President and LFF Founding Father, Tony Perkins. We will also be joined by Louisiana native, Abraham Hamilton III.

Don’t miss this opportunity to invest in LFF’s next 20 years!

Former Arkansas Gov. and FOX show Huckabee host - Mike Huckabee
shares an inspirational story and gives an important lesson:
Remembering the Holocaust!

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