Gene Mills

Louisiana Family Forum head Gene Mills discusses the President’s performance, reelection odds, and accomplishments for the evangelical community. Baton Rouge Youth Coalition executive director Lucas Spielfogel on the start of schools.

Dr. Gene Mills, president and CEO of the Louisiana Family Forum, discusses the strength of evangelical voters as Louisiana prepares for a Saturday electoral showdown for governor. Dr.  Eric Robinson, graduate of the Manship Schoo,l on the limits of political speech. Jessica Kemp, Vice President of CPEX, on the Smart Growth Summit. 

Louisiana Family Forum Executive Director Gene Mills reviews legislation to allow sports betting in Louisiana. University of Kentucky Law Professor Joshua A. Douglas makes the case for more access to voting in America and the stopping of gerrymandering.

President of the Louisiana Family Forum Gene Mills comments on support and opposition of U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Doug Daigle, Coordinator of the Louisiana Hypoxia Working Group, discusses the Land and Water Conservation Fund, which is due to expire at the end of the month if Congress doesn’t reimburse it. Grammy-award winning artist and breast cancer survivor Sheryl Crow and Dr. DaCarla Albright discuss the factors that cause women to develop breast cancer.

Dr. Gene Mills, President of the Louisiana Family Forum since its inception 20 years ago, scores the performances of President Trump, Governor Edwards, and the Louisiana Legislature and reflects on the U.S. Supreme Court decision this week allowing a baker to discriminate by declining to make a wedding cake for a gay couple on religious grounds.

Actress Ann Harris and Swine Palace spokesman Vastine Stabler on the production of “Patsy Cline.” (Pictured)

President of the Louisiana Family Forum Gene Mills and Rev. Chris Andrews on the significance of the 45th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.

Franz Sedelmayer talks about his book, “Welcome to Putingrad.” Sedelmayer is believed to be the only person to win a battle in Russia with Vladimir Putin.


“Christians are now facing discrimination,” Governor Bobby Jindal said during a campaign stop in Iowa last weekend. “Why don’t we save some money and get rid of the Supreme Court?”

Some might view Jindal’s statements merely as presidential campaign rhetoric, but conversations with his inner circle indicate that remarks like, “Christianity is under assault today in America,” are coming from his sincerely-held religious beliefs.

One of Jindal’s closest spiritual advisors is Louisiana Family Forum president Gene Mills. He is an advocate of “dominionism”, sometimes referred to as the “seven mountains theory”.

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“Every religious expression in America today is under assault.”

So said Louisiana Family Forum president Gene Mills when testifying on behalf of the “Marriage and Conscience Act” during the recent legislative session. One of the most influential lobbyists in Louisiana, Mills and LFF were the driving force behind the Louisiana Science Education Act in 2008, school vouchers in 2012, and every abortion restriction enacted by this state over the past decade.

Mills is proud of this activism, as he stated in the Louisiana Family Forum’s 2014 legislative wrap-up video.