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The Commonwealth Policy Center (CPC) is dedicated to preserving the bedrock values of life, marriage and fiscal responsibility in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. It affirms as stated in the Kentucky Constitution that our civil, political and religious liberties come from God. To that end, it seeks to educate the general public, work for sound public policies, and influence elections on behalf of conservative candidates.

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Kentucky will join lawsuit against Obama administration's transgender bathroom guidelines, Bevin says
May 27, 2016 from CN2 Pure Politics
Attica Scott plans on taking progressive fight to Frankfort in January
May 27, 2016 from CN2 Pure Politics
New board at Kentucky Horse Park names new executive director during special meeting Thursday
May 26, 2016 from CN2 Pure Politics
Sanders picks up 13 votes in recanvass of Democratic pesidential primary, Clinton still the winner
May 26, 2016 from CN2 Pure Politics
Lawmakers at children's health summit share advice on how to move bills through legislature while Gov. Bevin promises receptive ear
May 25, 2016 from CN2 Pure Politics
Gov. Bevin on removing former first lady from Ky. Horse Park Commission: Beshears "seem hung up on the idea of staying around"
May 25, 2016 from CN2 Pure Politics
Trio of Democratic lawmakers will appeal higher ed. decision; state should generate more revenue via tax reform, Rep. Wayne says
May 25, 2016 from CN2 Pure Politics
Trey Grayson talks 2016 presidential election
May 24, 2016 from CN2 Pure Politics
The Chatter: Bernie Sanders seeks recanvass in Democratic primary, state seeks proposals for pension audit
May 24, 2016 from CN2 Pure Politics
Rare 1825 document signed by President William Henry Harrison found in Boone County
May 23, 2016 from CN2 Pure Politics
Carly Fiorina headlining fundraiser for Sen. Rand Paul in June
May 23, 2016 from CN2 Pure Politics
Emerge Kentucky candidates win big in primary elections
May 21, 2016 from CN2 Pure Politics
Jim DeMint: Why I Met With Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg
May 20, 2016 from Daily Signal
This election season has made many Americans even more cynical about our democratic system of government. There is clearly political upheaval underway in America and... Read More The post Jim DeMint: Why I Met With Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg appeared first on The Daily Signal.
Donald Trump, NRA take aim at Hillary Clinton in Louisville
May 20, 2016 from CN2 Pure Politics


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Drafting Girls into Military Nixed
May 18, 2016 by Staff
What if your daughter received a notice from the federal government on her 18th birthday that she must sign up to make herself available to the draft? Well, that's no longer a hypothetical as a measure in Congress was narrowly defeated to prevent that reality, at least for now.  A provision in the defense authorization bill that would have essentially required women to be subject to...
The Department of Education and Our Identity Crisis
May 18, 2016 by Richard Nelson
America's education establishment left the world of objective reality on Friday, when the U.S. Department of Education (USDE) politicized public school bathrooms and sided with biological revisionists by demanding that public school students be allowed to use lockers and restrooms regardless of their biological gender at birth. Instead of coming to grips with biology, sociology and confu...
Is GOP Abandoning Social Issues?
May 16, 2016 by Rick Hardison
The GOP once was a three-legged stool that stood on principles of limited government, a strong national defense and socially conservative values. Now that Donald Trump is likely the nominee of the Republican Party, socially conservative issues have officially left the conversation. Pro-life, pro-family and pro-conscience issues have moved from the back burner to the trash can....
Department of Education Transgender Mandate
May 14, 2016 by Richard Nelson
America's education establishment left the world of objective reality on Friday, when the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) politicized public school bathrooms and sided with biological revisionists by demanding that public school students be allowed to use lockers and restrooms regardless of their biological gender at birth. Instead of coming to grips with biology, sociology and confus...