December 31, 2021

Dear Friends,

As 2021 comes to a close, we should look back at The Year of Living Unreasonably! We were exposed to vile incivility and attention was called to the darkness that surrounds us. We saw raw fear infiltrate schools, culture, and the public sphere like never before. Because of this culture's infatuation with darkness, we should approach 2022 with unwavering adherence to our first principles, with a willingness to take bold stands against evil and tyranny! That’s the very spot CS Lewis warned…we may become “Surprised by Joy.”

“Let 2022 be the year where we say enough, no more,” said Federalist publisher Ben Domenech. “When we demand more of our nation, our neighbors and ourselves. Things cannot continue as they are. This is not the new normal, we refuse to let it be.”

Let’s use Domenech’s words as inspiration to reclaim our essential principles in 2022. 

I hope you all have a blessed New Year and are renewed by time spent with friends and family. 

Please know, LFF will continue the fight for faith, family, and freedom in 2022, and we hope that you will join us. Please consider joining in this fight. Your generosity affords us the possibility to protect freedoms, combat evil, and promote Christian values. 


Speaking of unreasonable, Twitter permanently suspended key researcher of mRNA vaccine technology and critic of COVID shot mandates Dr. Robert Malone

Malone boasted over 500,000 followers before getting suspended and he encouraged them to fight against shot mandates and government overreach. 

“Over a half million followers gone in a blink of an eye. That means I must have been on the mark, so to speak,” wrote Malone. “It also means we lost a critical component in our fight to stop these vaccines being mandated for children and to stop the corruption in our governments, as well as the medical-industrial complex and pharmaceutical industries.” 

Dr. Malone provided expert testimony to the Louisiana House Health and Welfare Committee earlier this month and warned against mandating the COVID shot for students.


After news broke that Lia Thomas, a biological male, was competing on a women’s swim team and dominating his opponents, NCAA swimmer Jeri Shanteau called for a political movement to end male participation in women’s sports. 

“Male bodies competing against women does not uphold what we believe in fairness of sport. And it will trickle down to everything else in life,” said Shanteau. She is absolutely right. If we allow this injustice to continue, it will not end with sports. 

We do not have the option of standing by and witnessing the extinction of women’s sports. We have a duty to continue the fight and refuse to tolerate this discrimination against women. 

Along the same lines, recent “Jeopardy!” contestant Amy Schneider, a “transgender” biological male, was congratulated for earning more money than any other female participant in the show’s history. The distinction clearly was robbed from an actual female, and this trend will continue if we do not swiftly put an end to it. 

We must right the wrong of Gov. John Bel Edwards’ veto and protect women's sports and honor God's design in Louisiana. 


Friends, thank you for your tremendous support over the last year. I am honored to fight alongside you. 

While there is much work left to be done in the battle against the evil influences in our country, never forget that God is in control. We are simply vessels carrying out His plan. 

Let’s begin the New Year by making preparations for desired peace, but also provisions for a 2022 culture war! We do that by living this life with purpose! 

In His Service,

Gene Mills
Louisiana Family Forum

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