July 15, 2022

Dear Friends,

Attorney General Jeff Landry successfully got the TRO (Temporary Restraining Order) removed last week allowing Louisiana’s abortion ban to go into effect, but now it’s back. State District Judge Don Johnson blocked enforcement of Louisiana’s law and restored the TRO pending a hearing on Monday. 

As WAFB 9 explains, a “hearing is set to take place Monday, July 18 at the 19th Judicial District Courthouse in East Baton Rouge Parish on the matter, so the judge can decide whether or not to grant a preliminary injunction ahead of any potential trial that would settle the lawsuit challenging the law one way or the other.

“This means until Monday’s hearing, the state’s hands are tied. It also means that abortions can resume for now. But that could change yet again, depending on the outcome of this next hearing.”

Make no mistake, Abortion, Inc. has been evicted from Louisiana and this litigation will only determine the effective date!


After America’s energy independence experienced under President Trump, President Biden throttled our native energy industry, notably cancelling the Keystone XL pipeline and other leases for drilling on federal land.

Sen. John Kennedy did not mince words about the president's energy policy, which he referred to as "deeply, profoundly stupid." In fact, he eviscerated the president's policy with prejudice: 

"Now, high oil prices are also waterboarding our farmers which contributes to these high food prices. Did you know that we make industrial fertilizer with fossil fuels? And when natural gas costs more, so does fertilizing a field of wheat or corn or soybeans. Some of our herbicides right now are twice as expensive as they were—if farmers can find them.

Now, what does that mean for Louisiana rice farmers and other growers? For every extra dime farmers spend on a gallon of diesel—every extra dime—a grower will spend about $4.50 more for an acre of rice, $2.30 more for an acre of cotton, and an extra $1.74 for an acre of corn. Corn growers — I mentioned corn growers — they also depend on nitrogen fertilizer, which we make with methane.

And then corn—I mentioned corn—goes into cereal, goes into sweetened drinks, peanut butter, baby food, ketchup, and salad dressing. You know, I don’t mean to be ugly, but this administration’s energy policy is deeply, profoundly stupid."

You can watch his full speech here.


Recently, the FDA authorized the COVID-19 "vaccine" for infants as young as 6 months, even though "the evidence the FDA used for those decisions violates at least three safety and efficacy standards from earlier FDA publications about Covid-19 vaccines."

From Just Facts Daily:

  1. In 2021, the FDA warned that “antibody tests should not be used to evaluate a person’s level of immunity or protection from Covid-19 at any time, and especially after the person received a Covid-19 vaccination.” Yet, antibody tests are the main evidence the FDA cited when approving these vaccines for young children.
  2. In 2021, the FDA declared, “We know from our vast experience with other pediatric vaccines that children are not small adults,” and thus, a “comprehensive evaluation of clinical trial data” is necessary to “support of the safety and effectiveness” of vaccines before they are “used in a younger pediatric population.” Yet, the FDA used small studies with narrow data and claimed these vaccines are effective and safe for children by extrapolating from studies done on adults.
  3. In 2021, the FDA wrote that “the primary study objective” is that the vaccines are at least 30% effective with 95% confidence in preventing Covid-19. Yet, none of the studies on young children met this threshold, and some were negative, meaning that the vaccine could increase the chances of catching Covid-19.

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Finally, if you've ever driven in Louisiana, you probably know that the "zip merge" is the center of much traffic heartache, and officials offer the final word on using all lanes. Click here to watch!


Friends, this morning in my time with the Lord, my devotional reading included a thought from Oswald Chambers which I find so relevant for today. He observed: ”The measure of the worth of our public activity for God is the private profound communion we have with Him...We have to pitch our tents where we shall always have quiet times with God, however noisy our times with the world may be.”   from My Utmost for His Highest, January 6, 736 R

In His Service,

Gene Mills
Louisiana Family Forum

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