Louisville Metro Council Rejects Abortion Buffer Zone

A recent attempt to shut out peaceful demonstrators from Louisville’s notorious EMW Women’s Clinic was voted down by Louisville’s Metro Council. Supporters of Kentucky’s largest abortion center said the protesters, often people just simply...

KHSAA Approves Fall Sports Season

Hundreds of parents and kids rallied at the Kentucky Capitol in favor of having a high school sports season. They carried signs and urged state officials to “Let Them Play” fall sports. The Kentucky High School Athletics Association responded by voting to have a fall...

Nick Sandmann Speaks to Republican National Convention

Nick Sandman, the pro-life student who was defamed by news media last year, spoke to the Republican National Convention last week. Sandman was portrayed by the news media outlets as a racist as he stood face to face with a Native American protestor at the March for...

Why are Schools Delayed?

The American Academy of Pediatrics said, “that all policy considerations for the coming school year should start with a goal of having students physically present in school.” The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention agreed that “[e]xtended school closure...

Is Trump Against the Postal Service?

Pres. Trump has opposed the $25 billion bailout Democrats proposed for the US Postal Service and coupled with recent comments he made against mail-in voting, he’s being accused of trying to undermine USPS and sabotage the election. Conspiratorialists point to...

Radical Democratic Platform

The 2020 Democratic Platform caters to its extreme left. It demands funding for Planned Parenthood and international abortion agencies, mentions LGBTQ+ 32 times, and pushes for LGBT sex education in public schools, advocates for federal health plans to cover...

Cameron Upholds Rights of Religious Schools

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron issued an advisory opinion saying the government can’t close religious schools. Cameron said any attempt by the governor, the Cabinet for Health and Family Services, or any local officials to shut down private religious...

School Leaders Speak Against Beshear’s Blanket Approach

Gov. Andy Beshear told Kentucky schools they should delay in-person classes until Sept. 28, but the Kentucky Association of School Superintendents and the Kentucky School Board Association (KSBA) testified to a legislative committee that the decision should be made...