Legislature Empowers Cameron to Uphold Abortion Laws

The Kentucky General Assembly passed a pro-life measure empowering the Attorney General to pursue criminal charges for abortionists who break the law. This is because Gov. Beshear has demonstrated that he will not enforce state abortion law. Attorney General Daniel...

Impeachment of the President

President Trump became the first president to be impeached twice. Not long after the Capitol was ransacked, people on both sides of the political spectrum called for impeachment or his resignation. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi moved quickly to bring articles of...

KY Legislature Restricts Gov. Beshear’s Authority

The Kentucky state legislature quickly passed a measure (HB 1) to restrict Gov. Beshear’s executive authority. It protects businesses, schools, churches, nonprofits, and local governments and allows them to remain open in accordance with U.S. Centers for Disease...

Pakistan Gets $10 Million for Gender Programs

Remember the $2.5 trillion spending bill passed by Congress the other week? There’s a lot of pork in it. One of the most egregious examples is the money Pakistan will get for “gender programs.” Congress is sending no less than $10 million to the Pakistanis to...

Peaceful Transition of Power

The United States has had peaceful transfers of power from one president to the next since John Adams followed George Washington in 1797. This will continue in 2021 as Pres. Donald Trump will peacefully transfer his executive power to President-elect Joe Biden. Pres....

US Attorneys to Prosecute Kentuckians Involved with DC Mob

The U.S. Capitol was breached and attacked for the first time since the War of 1812. A mob of vandals smashed windows, invaded office spaces, and harmed capitol police. Altogether five people died, including US Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick. US Attorney for...

Insurrection in DC

January 6th will go down as a dark day in American history. The greatest symbol of self-government, the US Capitol, was ransacked by thugs who believed an insurrection could overturn a democratic election. After numerous lawsuits were thrown out by Trump-appointed...

Essential Nature of Churches

There’s an ongoing conversation about whether churches are essential, especially in a post-modern age where self-styled spirituality is the norm and objective truth is shunned. The church has long been considered the glue that holds the Christian community...

COVID-19 Relief Bill

Congress passed another Covid relief bill. It’s supposed to help ailing businesses with another paycheck protection program, extended and enhanced unemployment benefits, and another round of $600 direct payments to U.S. taxpayers. But there’s also a lot of...

Controversial Comments by Chicago Teachers Union

The Chicago Teachers Union recently tweeted, “The push to reopen schools is rooted in sexism, racism, and misogyny.” Now is that true? The CDC recommended that schools remain open for the well-being of students. And unfortunately, black students have been most...

General Assembly Begins Today

The 2021 Kentucky General Assembly session begins today. It’s a short session with only 30 working days to conduct the commonwealth’s legislative business. While hundreds of bills will be proposed, only a few priority bills will make it into law. Expect a...

Georgia Runoffs Will Determine U.S. Senate

Georgia voters go to the polls tomorrow and vote in two U.S. Senate races. And today’s outcome will determine Washington’s political balance, at least until the mid-term elections. Incumbent Republican Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler are being...

Thoughts on a New Year

The beginning of a New Year is a great time to take inventory on the last year and ask yourself how you can make the upcoming year even better, which doesn’t seem too hard to do considering 2020 was dominated by coronavirus—a year of sickness, death, and...

New Year’s Resolutions

If you’re like nearly half of America you’ll make some kind of New Year resolution. Maybe you’ve resolved to eat better, exercise more, or spend more time with family. G.K. Chesterton, quipped that resolutions are “something that goes in one...

Civil Conversations in New Year

Earlier this month former U.S. cybersecurity official Christopher Krebs rejected Pres. Trump’s claim that the election was rigged. Joe diGenova, one of Trump’s election lawyers said Krebs should be “drawn and quartered. Taken out at dawn and shot.”...

Politics isn’t Everything

The Kentucky General Assembly begins next Tuesday and we’ll see a bunch of bills trying to fix things. But another law isn’t always the answer. French philosopher Jacques Ellul warned about making everything political. He called this the “political...

Between Christmas and New Year’s

Now that Christmas is behind us we look forward to celebrating a new year. Many of us will make resolutions, gather with family and friends to usher in the new year, and hope for better things to come in 2021. We all long for an end to the deadly coronavirus and the...

Christmas Day

Seven hundred years before the birth of Christ, the prophet Isaiah told about the coming Messiah. In chapter 9 of the book of Isaiah, it says “The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light; those who dwelt in a land of deep darkness, on them has...

Christmas Eve

Christmas is one of our most anticipated holidays, especially for kids and especially all of the presents. Have you ever wondered why it is we give gifts at Christmas? It’s symbolic of God’s generosity and his giving to us. You see, God is a giver. He...