November 9, 2021
It is with great sadness that I announce the homegoing of Pastor Bubba McCann, founder of Our Savior's Church - Jennings, Eunice, and Crowley.
A giant of a man, dear to God, father and friend to many - I will miss you MOG! You fought cancer courageously, you walked with grace, you loved unselfishly, and yes, you were the best shot in the blind - unless of course Pastor Jacob was there - then that was debatable! Till we meet again at “777 Pearl Street!” Rest in peace.
This weekend, a three-judge panel of the US 5th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling which halts President Biden’s vaccine mandate for businesses with more than 100 employees. The ruling was welcomed as a sigh of relief that the judicial branch halted the illegal order until substantive questions of constitutionality are answered.
In the meantime, LFF Advisory Board Member and business owner Brandon Trosclair - who employs 400+ employees in 15 grocery stores - has filed his own lawsuit against the Biden administration.
“Over the past 20 months, my employees have showed up to work and served their communities in the face of COVID and hurricanes. Now I’m being told by the government to insert myself into their private health decisions? That’s wrong and I won’t stand for it,” Trosclair said.
LFF maintains that an ethical vaccine should be available for all but mandated for none.
Louisiana Rep. Mike Johnson left abortion advocates speechless last week after asking a series of questions that tore apart the euphemisms surrounding abortion.
“There’s a reason abortion advocates speak exclusively in euphemisms and avoid using plain English,” Rep. Johnson commented on Twitter. “They can’t admit the simple truth: that abortion takes a baby’s life.”
“Abortion is not ‘health care,’” he continued. “Abortion is not ‘love’ or a ‘blessing!’ Abortion is an unspeakable tragedy, and it is time for our country to move on from it.”
Louisiana proud! Thank you for standing for life, Mike!
In a recent official FDA hearing about administering the COVID-19 vaccine to children ages 5 to 11, an FDA advisory-committee member made the following shocking comment:
“We’re never going to learn about how safe the vaccine is until we start giving it. That’s just the way it goes.”
Is that experimentally equivalent to child sacrifice? If the FDA is entrusted with ensuring all drugs approved in the country are safe for all populations, shouldn’t there be a greater level of caution exhibited, especially with young children?
Plus, the FDA panel completely dodged the central question of “whether emergency vaccination of children five to eleven years old is even necessary at all, given the well-established low risk of serious COVID complications in children,” the Ethics and Public Policy Center points out.
This is unacceptable for children.
President, Louisiana Family Forum