Churchgoers in Minority

For the first time in at least eight decades, those identifying with a church congregation are in the minority. According to a recent Gallup poll, only 47% of Americans are members of a church congregation. Over 30% of Millennials and Gen Z have no religious...

Lexington Considers “Conversion Therapy” Ban

The Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council will soon move toward banning so-called “conversion therapy.” This act will ban licensed counselors who seek to help minors struggling with same-sex attraction and gender dysphoria. State Rep. Cherlynn Stevenson (D-Lexington)...

Ky Legislature Senate Appointment

As Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell’s political career begins to wind down, many people are wondering who will fill his seat. Before 1912 state legislatures appointed US Senators. If there happened to be a vacant seat the Governor made an appointment. However,...

Ky AG to Defend Pro-life Law in front of SCOTUS

The US Supreme Court announced they would hear Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s defense of the statewide ban on dismemberment abortions. It’s an awful thing to talk about but legal in Kentucky. The cruel procedure was banned under the Bevin...

Is Oral Roberts University Bigoted?

Tonight is the men’s College Basketball Championship but if one commentator at USA Today had her way, Oral Roberts University—an underdog that made a great run up to the Sweet Sixteen—wouldn’t have been allowed to participate in the first place. Hemal...

Good Friday

It’s Good Friday today, the day when Christians around the world remember the crucifixion of Jesus. And this Sunday is Easter Sunday, the day Christians celebrate the resurrection of Jesus. It’s normally one of the the most attended church services of the...

Gender “Transition” Cake

LGBT activists are once again picking on Jack Phillips. Phillips successfully won a case that upheld his religious freedom rights when he was forced to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding. But no he’s back in court for declining to bake a “gender transition”...

Sidney Powell Backtracks Election Claims

The presidential election has stirred great animosity in our country. 65 percent of Republicans still think Pres. Biden was not legitimately elected. One contributor to this division was Pres. Trump’s campaign lawyer Sidney Powell who argued that Dominion voting...

Senate Confirms Trans Cabinet Member

The U.S. Senate voted to confirm “Rachel” Levine as the assistant secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Levine  is actually a man who identifies as a woman Levine has advocated for puberty-blocking drugs and sex reassignment surgery in minors,...

Save Our Schools

Teachers from across the commonwealth are gathering at Kentucky’s Capitol today to protest a bill they say will hurt public schools. The bill they object to (HB 563) makes it easier for parents to send their kids to another public school district they believe is...

Equality Act is Unequal, Unfair

The Equality Act recently passed the U.S. House and is now in the hands of the U.S. Senate. The name is very misleading in that it really doesn’t promote true equality as much as it targets people with religious convictions. Southern Baptist Conventions ERLC ...

Indiana Parental-Notification Law

The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals just blocked a pro-life law in Indiana that requires a minor to notify their parents before obtaining an abortion. The Seventh Circuit Court ruled that the law is unconstitutional because it places a “substantial obstacle” to...

Mississippi Saves Women’s Sports

The governor of Mississippi recently took a stand for women, and signed a law banning biological males from competing in girls public school sports teams. Girls in Mississippi will no longer have to fear that boys will join them in the locker room or on the track...

Vatican Opposes Same-Sex Marriage

The Roman Catholic Church recently issued a statement addressing same-sex unions. After receiving pressure from a few influential bishops in Europe, the church said they will not bless same-sex marriage. The statement said “[God] does not and cannot bless sin, but...

Covid Relief Bill Prohibits Tax Cuts

As part of the most recent COVID-relief bill, Congress sent $350 billion to state and local governments. That’s a lot of money to help the states as they try to alleviate the burden on governmental entities that have been stretched thin and also help their...

An Idea for Civility

Most of us agree that there’s a breakdown in civility these days. That’s because too often we major in bold opinions and minor in being considerate and careful when speaking with others— even to those in our own families. Looking out for the best interest...

Election Integrity

The 2020 election raised concerns over election integrity. And while many still believe the presidential election was stolen, there is evidence that voter fraud occurs in almost every election. Case in point, election results for Alderman in Aberdeen, Mississippi was...

Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is often talked about as an issue that happens in big cities or other countries. You don’t often think about it happening here, that is until a major human trafficking case hits the local news. Five people from West Kentucky and Tennessee were...

Sen. Paul Blocks Planned Parenthood Funding

Congress passed a 1.9 trillion dollar economic stimulus bill in response to extreme government shutdowns over Covid 19 that crippled our economic life. One of the provisions Democrats snuck into the bill was a favor to Planned Parenthood by giving them access to...

Arkansas Bans Abortion

The State of Arkansas just passed a law that would ban nearly all abortions. This means that the unborn are now safer in Arkansas. It’s also an example of the democratic process undoing a grievous act by the courts. The new law is certain to face legal...