Lawmakers and Crowds Pay Tribute at John Lewis’ Funeral

Lawmakers and Crowds Pay Tribute at John Lewis’ Funeral

The funeral of legendary civil rights leader and long time Georgia law-maker, John Lewis, is making its way through Washington DC. Lawmakers came to pay their respects while Black Lives Matter Protestors watch the procession. The late representative was carried in a black hearse across a section on 16th Street that was renamed “Black Lives […]

St. Charles and Lafourche Parishes Recieve Tornado Warning

St. Charles and Lafourche Parishes Recieve Tornado Warning

Until 8:45 a.m. ET on Monday, July 27, 2020, the National Weather Service put into effect a Tornado Warning for certain parts of St. Charles and Lafourche Parishes. Forecasters estimated a possibility of “penny-sized hail” while weather radars tracked a potential future tornado, currently in the form of a thunderstorm moving through the area. Forecasters […]

Pandemic Sets a Tempting Opportunity for Mail-in Ballot Fraud

Pandemic Sets a Tempting Opportunity for Mail-in Ballot Fraud

The pandemic has already affected our regular deliveries concerning food and clothing and now when forced to mail-in vote, ballots have been misplaced, delayed, and missing through transit. Issues such as budget-related cutbacks for employees and even postmen purposeful altering ballots have led to mass amounts of either ballot never being received or records of […]