Legislature Moves to Restrict No-knock Warrants

The Kentucky State Legislature is considering a bill that would restrict police use of no-knock warrants. SB 4, sponsored by Senate Pres. Robert Stivers would establish a more rigorous review process for these warrants, which allow officers to enter a residence...

Charter Schools

Educational choice is supported by most Kentuckians but the loudest and most powerful voice opposed to it is the teachers union. Union leaders have convinced many states that school choice and especially charter schools sucks money out of the public school system and...

“Conversion” Therapy False Premise

Dr. Julie Hamilton recently briefed a group of Kentucky legislators who are being asked to ban something called conversion therapy. LGBT activists coined the term years ago under the premise that homosexual or transgender identity is unchangeable and that it's harmful...

Don’t Call it the China Virus

It's common for a virus to be named after its place of origin. The flu outbreak of 1919 was dubbed the Spanish flu because it started in Spain. The West Nile Virus, MERS, or Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, were also named after their places of origin. But now, it's...

The Left Dances on Limbaugh’s Grave

Rush Limbaugh passed away after a bout with an aggressive form of cancer. He's been a pivotal public figure who popularized a conservative voice in the mainstream. Now his critics, including university professors and left-wing activists, are figuratively stomping on...

Presidential Impeachment Concludes

The impeachment trial of former Pres. Trump in the books. Congressional Democrats fell short of making the case that President Trump incited insurrection and directed the attack on the Capitol. Trump’s defense team blamed the rioters themselves and said they were...

Curbing Beshear’s Powers

The Kentucky General Assembly acted quickly to curb the emergency powers of Gov. Andy Beshear who in turn immediately sued to block three of these laws after the legislature overrode his vetoes. The Franklin Circuit Court has temporarily blocked parts of the bill from...

SCOTUS Strikes Down California Restrictions on Churches

It's been nearly a year since Californians have been able to legally gather for in-person church services. Gov. Gavin Newsom restricted churches because they could be super-spreaders of COVID-19. But California was more restrictive to churches than businesses and...

Conscious Rights For Medical Facilities and Providers

One of the things that set America apart from many nations is that we value and protect human rights. And a fundamental human right is the right of conscience. Conscience is that internal moral compass that tells us right from wrong. But conscience has been under...

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