LOUISIANA SENATOR, ELBERT GUILLORY, DISCUSSES WHAT HE THINKS IS GOING WRONG IN AMERICA AND WHAT IS HAPPENING TO THE BLACK COMMUNITY

Press Release: Legal Lines with Locke Meredith 

Show # 165

 

On this episode of Legal Lines, Louisiana Senator Elbert Guillory discusses what he believes is going wrong with America. Guillory is the State Senator for Louisiana District 24, which includes the Opelousas area. He has served in this office since May 18, 2009 and recently switched from the Democratic Party to the Republican Party.

Recently there has been a flurry of attention around the country regarding Senator Guillory’s video explanation of why he switched parties. According to Guillory, the video was initially intended for his constituents as an explanation as to why he switched party affiliations. Much to his surprise, the video has garnered national attention. Guillory has since been featured on several national media programs to discuss his video.

In his discussion with Locke Meredith, Senator Guillory states that he has always been a “warrior for justice” and a “warrior for the Lord.” Guillory has strong feelings regarding “big government” and liberalism, and feels these are what the Democratic Party has come to represent. Guillory attributes the decimation of the black family to big government and liberalism. He feels these policies have contributed to higher unemployment, high incarceration, very low education levels, illegitimacy, lack of traditional family structure, etc. in the black community.

Senator Guillory gives his thoughts on possible solutions to problems our nation faces today. Guillory would like to see more prayer in schools, as he is a firm believer that we have to get back to God. He further believes that we need more and better education in our schools. Also, Guillory believes that we have to change the national welfare program from the “cradle to grave” program it is now, to a temporary program, which merely aids people in getting back on their feet.

Senator Guillory discusses a number of other topics with Locke Meredith in this informative episode of Legal Lines.

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