The Electoral College met Monday to formally cast votes in the 2020 presidential election. Despite several smart protest votes being cast in swing states to preserve President Trump’s ability to establish ‘standing’ in legal challenges going forward, the day appeared to conclude with Joe Biden in the lead. The efforts to preserve election integrity will now move to Congress.

On January 6th, Congress will meet to tally the votes cast by the electors with Vice President Mike Pence will presiding over the session. Today, he promised to fight election fraud through the courts all the way to January 20th. We’ll keep you updated as evidence is released which pertains to this election’s integrity ahead of this important tallying in Congress.


Attorney General William Barr, with ‘encouragement’, has announced his resignation from the Department of Justice. History will remember Barr’s time at the DOJ; his reverence for the Constitution and aggressive defense of religious liberty during the COVID-19 response to preserve rights that may have otherwise been discarded is admirable. His time at the DOJ will conclude Dec 21st.


When Grammy Award-winning Christian recording artist and Lafayette native Lauren Daigle stepped onto Jackson Square for an outdoor worship event in New Orleans more than a month ago, she probably never envisioned her simple song would result in an active effort by city officials to silence her. Mayor LaToya Cantrell has taken an active role in trying to cancel her appearance on New Year’s Eve telecasts.

Daigle, who is scheduled to headline this year’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve live from New Orleans, was the subject of a letter from Mayor LaToya Cantrell, who aggressively demanded Dick Clark Productions remove her from the lineup due to her religious convictions. Attorney General Jeff Landry has offered the State of Louisiana’s assistance should the insanity continue.


A Texas State Representative has announced his intention to file a Resolution of Secession in 2021. If successfully passed by the Texas legislature, this would introduce a referendum before Texas voters to decide the state’s status: member of the United States or independent nation?

Some view this bid as unnecessary and a longshot, but with the radical left bent on punishing conservatives, Texas may simply be saying what others are thinking.

Louisiana is also considering moving to a closed primary system to ensure voters are able to support the candidates they feel best represent their values.


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