May 31, 2013

Abortionist Monster Douglas Karpen's House of Horrors Exposed

Abortionist Douglas Karpen
As despicable as the story of abortion monster Kermit Gosnell was, who was convicted with first
degree murder, the story of another abortion monster - Douglas Karpen - is even worse, at least as far as the evidence goes, as it is damning.

Four whistle blowers have come forth to talk of what is really happening at the "clinic," and it is as bad as anyone could imagine.

The women took photos of some of the murdered babies, and two of them were far beyond the legal limit in Texas of 24 weeks. The photos show the babies had had their knecks cut, which is a polite way of saying this monster and his people were decapitating babies at the clinic.

What this does is expose the lie of abortion supporters, who have asserted the Gosnell clinic was an aberration, rather than the common practice believed to be performed at these murder factories.

You can go here for a detailed story on what these women witnessed at the clinics of Douglas Karpen.

They claim Karpen would hold babies out of the womb and stab them to death, while holding them by the feet. Other times they said they seen Karpen literally twist the head of the baby off by the neck; the despicable animal.

What if the babies didn't come out cleanly? No problem. Karpen would simply dismember them. It would be the worst of the worst if it was a Hollywood movie, but this is more than fiction, is a brutal reality committed every day in America.

Three Women Exposing Brutal and Murderous Practices of Douglas Karpen

Photos of Last Term Babies Murdered at Karpen's "Clinic" - Caution

Kentucky Democrat Operative Admits to Secret Recording of Private Mitch McConnell Meeting

Kentucky Democratic operative Curtis Morrison, who worked with the unethical, liberal group
Progress Kentucky, admitted in an article he wrote for, that he did in fact illegally, secretly record a meeting between Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell and his aides.

Next Friday a grand jury will convene to consider whether or not to allow charges to be brought against Morrison, according to Morrison's attorney.

Since it is illegal under federal and Kentucky state law to electronically record someone without their knowledge, specifically if those recording it aren't part of the conversation, it's almost a surety that charges will be filed against Morrison and approved by the grand jury.

Also as part of his article, Morrison confessed that he was the on that gave the recording to Mother Jones magazine, which released the audio transcript online. As long as they weren't part of illegally getting the recording, a company like Mother Jones may release the information.

McConnell asked the FBI to investigate how the recording had been made.

Don't get the idea that this Kentucky Democrat is contrite, he concludes this: "It was a frustrating moment, but in truth, I’ve never doubted that making the recording was ethical. I believe in the philosophy of Julian Assange: When we open up governments, we bring in freedom. Helping the voting population better understand a political leader’s true priorities is a good thing. And hell yes, it’s ethical."

This is of course hypocritical to the core. He isn't about freedom in the way Julian Assange was, he is about selective freedom, i.e., attacking conservatives and Republicans. I haven't seen anything about liberals and Democrats coming out of Morrison's disturbed mind.

More troubling, the failing ethics of the Democratic Party, not only nationally, but in Kentucky, is stirring up a growing number of people to be sure to vote them out of office next election.

One of the worst was when Democrat Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear said Christians were dangerous, as he vetoed the religious freedom bill, which weakens the ability of government to force Christians to do things against their will. Kentucky lawmakers had to override the bill in order to keep it as law in the state.

We are starting to see the true colors of the Democrats, who act in line with conservative and Christian values until they get a majority in power. You can see what that has brought us with the corrupt and dictatorial, anti-Christian Obama administration.

Let's send a message to Kentucky democrats that they better adhere to conservative principles, although that's hard to do when they represent a party that legalizes the murder of babies, homosexual everything, and isn't afraid to do anything to obtain and remain in power. The only message they understand is to vote them out of office.

As for Morrison, let him spend some time behind bars to contemplate on his wrongdoings. He definitely needs help.

Kentucky Agriculture Secretary James Comer Defends Sulphur Fertilizer Loan

After unprovable criticism was directed towards Kentucky Agriculture Secretary James Comer for lending money to a company producing sulphur pellets from coal plant waste, he defended his actions, saying he listens to those that actually are "actually growing a crop."

"I am talking to actual farmers and fertilizer dealers, and there is a demand for the product, and there is a need by the farmers," Comer said. "I go by the professional, cutting-edge farmers and the guys that are actually growing a crop."

That was a nod towards Todd Pfeiffer, chairman of the Plant and Soil Sciences Department at the University of Kentucky, who said "it is unlikely that there will be a crop need for sulfur fertilization in Kentucky ... possibly for decades," adding that while sulfur emissions have been significantly cut back, there is still a lot of sulfur being embedded in the soil, which will over time become available to crops.

Pfeiffer doesn't sound convincing when using the word "unlikely," as it suggests he really doesn't know whether Kentucky soil needs sulfur or not, he appears to be guessing based on personal feelings about the subject matter, i.e. anti-coal.

Another dubious source of criticism cited by the liberal Courier-Journal, was that of Adam Barr, who used to be a board member of the sustainable farming support group - Community Farm Alliance, sees "no benefits to Kentucky farmers." That's odd, about 50 percent of purchase orders are from Kentucky farmers, according to Danny Gray, the Charah executive vice president and company spokesman. Evidently Kentucky farmers see benefit in it.

All of this centers around a lot less sulfur being released into the air because of the Clean Air Act, which attempts to remove sulfur from plant emissions, which is apparently at the expense of Kentucky farmland, according to Comer.

He claims in many parts of Kentucky there are sulfur soil deficiencies because of the removal of so much sulfur from the smokestacks.

Charah, the recipient of the loan, received $2.5 million at 3.25 percent over a 7-year period.

May 28, 2013

Kentucky Church Ends Ties to Gay Boy Scouts

Now that the boy scouts are going gay, it's inevitable that churches that truly follow Jesus Christ will break all ties with the organization.

That has already started to happen in Kentucky, as Southeast Christian Church announced it will break ties with the Boy Scouts of America, citing the polarizing institution it has become.

Barry Oxley, chief executive of the Boy Scouts' Lincoln Heritage Council, said this:

"Our focus is helping youth grow into young people of character and integrity through a program of fun and adventure."

Now that the boy scouts went homosexual, the new idea of fun is one that is ungodly and opposite of who Jesus Christ is.

It's people like this Oxley who better get educated quickly as to what character and integrity is. It is not the acceptance, promotion, or tolerance of sin that is probably condemned as much as any sin in the Holy Scriptures is.

What has happened is the Boy Scouts have now opened the door to anti-Christian behavior condemned by God almighty, and that means this organization needs to be totally and completely abandoned and rejected by the Church.

Bardstown Honors Slain Police Officer

The widow of slain Bardstown police officer Jason Ellis, 33, and their two sons, paid respect Monday to the husband and father, who has gunned down while attempting to remove debris from the road.

Extended family joined them as they gathered around his patrol car in an emotional candlelight vigil, which included hundreds of supporters in the community.

There were also flowers and flags commemorating the life of the well-liked officer and man.

No doubts remain as to what happened, as it was a planned event where someone had planned on shooting someone at that particular spot. The only question remaining is whether or not it was specifically planned for Ellis, or he was a random victim.

Ellis is suspected of having been attacked immediately after exiting his car, as he his gun was still in his holster when his body was found. He had been shot numerous times with a shotgun, according to reports.

No information on what the debris was or where the shooters had been standing have been released by investigators.

Motorists finding the body of Ellis used the radio in his car to call it in. They had believed it had been an accident.

There are no suspects in custody at this time, although it is possible there could have been more than one person involved in the shooting. While not stated, the assumption is the multiple gunshot wounds may have been from more than one shooter.

The funeral of Ellis will be held on Thursday in Bardstown.

May 25, 2013

Pastor Reflects on Life of Slain Bardstown Officer

The death of Bardstown police officer Jason Ellis still has the community and fellow officers in
shock, as after responding to what was thought to be an accident involving a police officer, the first officer to the scene found Ellis had been murdered, dying from multiple gunshot wounds, according to the coroner's office.

Speculation at this time is Ellis had stopped to move debris on the way home from his shift, and was ambushed. When his body was discovered his firearm was still in his holster.

Based upon the trajectory of the bullets, it is assumed the shooter was positioned above the exit 34 ramp of the Bluegrass Parkway.

Ellis' Pastor,  Brent Snook of First Baptist Church of Glen Este, said this:

“I was very close to Jason. In 25 years, he as one of the kids that grew up in the church. He was a good friend of my oldest daughter. He was just very close to me. I just loved the guy. He was the kind of guy that everybody liked.”

Alluding to his love of baseball, having played minor league ball for the Cincinnati Reds, Brent recalled Ellis' love for baseball, integrity, and strong faith in Jesus Christ.

Ellis is survived by wife and two sons.

At this time there have been no witnesses who have come forward, and no arrests have been made.

May 24, 2013

Kentucky Uranium Plant Closed - Questions Arise

The reasons for the closing of the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant in Kentucky doesn't sound right, as the reason given by Department of Energy officials was it "couldn't reach an agreement that was 'viable for us as responsible stewards for the taxpayers.'"

It was the only government-owned and operated uranium enrichment facility in the United States.

While it's good that it's leaving the government's hands, as the government doesn't belong in business, it does raise questions as to why it couldn't have been passed on to another private company.

Obviously, the wages and benefits of the workers were far beyond market rates, which is a big part of the problem, as they made on average $125,000 a year, including benefits.

With the government saying they couldn't reach an agreement, it smells of radical and irresponsible leaders within the steelworkers union, who apparently decided to dig in and not give back the outlandish wages and benefits they received from the taxpayers. In that regard it's no loss.

This is typical of workers receiving government compensation. It's all fine until market forces pressure prices down, as it did when the at the Fukushima plant in Japan, which was a part of the reason given for having to close the plant, as prices dropped and the huge production costs, including electricity and labor, couldn't support the business.

As for uranium demand, the idea there is no market for it is ludicrous. Go to this article on uranium and the current and future demand the there is.

What is probably meant is these workers were so overpaid the uranium they enriched was priced way above market prices. The result is the plant being shut down.

In the short term there was an uranium glut, but Japan is expected to start bringing its reactors back online, so that should help with that situation.

USEC (which operated the plant) spokesman Jeremy Derryberry said this was already in the wind before the Fukushima, meaning this closure wasn't only about too much supply and price.

Kentucky Republicans Mitch McConnell, U.S. Sen. Rand Paul and U.S. Rep. Ed Whitfield, issued a joint statement saying they were disappointed the DEO couldn't reach an agreement to allow the facility to operate for at least another four months.

Some workers will remain on the job in order to fill customer orders and manage inventory. The site itself will be turned back to the DOE in 2014.

May 23, 2013

Boy Scouts Destroy Themselves, Open Doors to Homosexuals

The Boy Scouts of America have signed their own death warrant, as voting members of the organization approved a measure which would lift a ban on openly gay boys being allowed to participate in activities.

In a bizarre statement, the BSA said this:

"While people have different opinions about this policy, we can all agree that kids are better off when they are in Scouting."

NO BSA, kids are no longer better off being in scouting. Now it has become and anti-Christian organization where homosexual boys will be allowed to evangelize unsuspecting and vulnerable boys to their lifestyle.

Even worse, the BSA justified its actions, making the former mission of the organization a banner to gather around.

"The Boy Scouts of America will not sacrifice its mission, or the youth served by the movement, by allowing the organization to be consumed by a single, divisive, and unresolved societal issue," the BSA said in a statement.

Voting in gays has already sacrificed the mission. There is no longer a mission when boys can engage in homosexual behavior while allegedly being committed to God.
Frank Page, president of the Southern Baptist Convention's executive committee, rightly noted, "We are deeply saddened. Homosexual behavior is incompatible with the principles enshrined in the Scout oath and Scout law."

Think about it a moment though. Why be saddened? Who cares about something called the Boy Scouts? It no longer exists. For years there have been Christian alternatives, and people need to take their boys out of the Boy Scouts and lend their support to them. It's the experience that matters, not the name.

And when the scout leaders do the same, then it will be known that this was one of the stupidest things the Boy Scouts could have.

It now needs to be totally and completely abandoned.

As for the Mormons, let them start their own scouting group as well.

Their needs to be a complete exodus from this new Sodom. If you don't take your boys out, don't act surprised when they tell you they were somehow born gay and there's simply nothing they can do about it. Oh yeah, your sons will tell you that while holding the hand of their boyfriend.

Get your boys out of this now despicable organization. There is no more honor residing in this failed entity.

Tea Party Kentucky Challenge to Obamacare can go Forward

The lawsuit challenging the legality of the Kentucky Health Benefit Exchange, or state Obamacare,
has been allowed to continue on by a judge.

Franklin County Circuit Judge Phillip J. Shepherd said he won't dismiss the lawsuit. Attorneys for the state had requested the the lawsuit be dismissed. They based that request upon the faulty assumption taxpayers in Kentucky don't have the legal standing to challenge the Kentucky Health Benefits Exchange.

The lawsuit was filed by Tea Party member David Adams, who said Democratic Governor Steve Beshear created the exchange without the required approval of the state legilature.

Adams is seeking for the work on the exchange to be halted.

If allowed to go forward, the Kentucky Health Benefits Exchange residents of Kentucky without healthcare to get it.

May 22, 2013

Anyone in Christ is a New Creation

2 Corinthians 5:17

New King James Version (NKJV)

17 Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new.

To be in Christ is to be part of an entirely new creation. We can take hope in the fact all things that came before being born again from above are not only forgiven and forgotten, but also no longer part of who we now are.

Heaven has come to earth in the person of Christ as He indwells our spirits, and He, as the new creation, begins to form Himself within us, with the goal of all of us being conformed to His image.

If we hold to and dwell daily in Christ, the things of this earth will totally become unimportant and undesirable to us, as we behold Him and are changed from glory to glory.

Simply receive and embrace Christ daily, and those things that tempt and distract you will lose their hold upon you.

When this happens, the world we live in, and the people we touch and are touched by, become a little bit of heaven on earth. Christ living in us, the new creation, can make it that way.

Kentucky Tea Party Blasts IRS Corruption

The story concerning the targeting of conservative groups by the IRS is getting worse for the corrupt agency, as it increasingly appears it was a coordinated effort going beyond low-level employees.

Tea Party activists in Kentucky have been expressing their outrage over the scandal, showing up at the IRS building in downtown Louisville Tuesday to let it be known how they feel.

The IRS has admitted it in fact did target conservative groups, asking for private information far beyond what was needed, and in many cases not allowing the process to go forward if the groups applying for non-profit status didn't comply with the unethical requests.

A lot of emotion was shown at the rally, where some called for a flat tax, and others for the outright abolishment of the tax-collecting agency.

In response to the practices of the IRS, the Kentucky 9/12 Project and 27 other groups have filed lawsuits against the agency, being represented by the American Center for Law and Justice.

May 19, 2013

Hail the Size of Golf Balls Hammer Hodgenville

Hail, some as big big as golf balls, slammed Hodgenville, Kentucky today, with reports of a lot of damage to cars.

Trees were also hit hard, with leaves scattered around the roads from the hail knocking them down.

Water was everywhere as the hot temperature quickly melted the hail, resulting in water flooding the streets around the area.

Below are photos of the hail storm and the size of some of the hail.

The first photo shows a huge piece of of hail in comparison to a quarter. That would have caused a lot of damage.

As you can see from the photos, it wouldn't have been a pleasant experience driving or getting caught in the Hodgenville hail storm.

May 17, 2013

Fort Knox Training Ground Becomes Fort Knox Killing Ground - Navy Seal Dies

Navy Seal Special Warfare Operator Third Class Jonathan H. Kaloust died in a training accident at
Fort Knox Wednesday, and seven others of the team were injured as the Humvee he was riding in turned over, according to Navy officials.

The seven members of the Seal team suffered minor injuries, and all were released after being treated.

Fort Knox has been used by the Navy for training exercises since World War II. The 170 square miles it covers includes the Salt River, which runs through the area. Most important from a training perspective is the Salt River, which is used for a variety of live fire exercises using artillery, as well as helicopter and Bradley fighting vehicle training, among other purposes.

The area is so hot it's designated as a danger zone by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, with the public not allowed to enter the area.

Kaloust, who was from Massapequa, N.Y., joined the Navy in 2011, and was 23-years-old at the time of his death. The accident remains under investigation.

May 14, 2013

Rand Paul, Mitch McConnell Blast IRS Over Scandal

The Obama administration and Democrats are reeling after the admission by the Internal Revenue
Service (IRS) of corruption within its ranks, as it targeted conservative groups during the last presidential election.

Kentucky's junior senator, Republican Rand Paul, and senior senator, U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell, called for an investigation into the outrage as well as transparency from the administration.

McConnell said this:

“Over the past few days we’ve heard many in the media talk about how this has been a ‘rough week’ for the Administration. It’s been a worse week for those who cherish the First Amendment.

“On Friday, we learned that, just as we'd been told by our constituents, the IRS deliberately targeted conservative groups across the country in the midst of a heated national election.

“Over the weekend, we learned that the extent of it was even broader than we originally thought. Then this morning, we all learned that the targeting wasn’t limited to an IRS office out in Cincinnati — as the Administration suggested last week — but that it reached all the way to IRS headquarters in Washington.

“What we don’t know at this point is whether it jumped the fence from the IRS to the White House. But we do know this: we can’t count on the administration to be forthcoming about the details of this scandal — because so far they’ve been anything but.

“So, this morning, I’m calling on the President to make available, completely and without restriction, everyone who can answer the questions we have as to what was going on at the IRS, who knew about it, and how high it went. No stonewalling, no more incomplete answers, no more misleading responses, no holding back witnesses, no matter how senior their current or former positions — we need full transparency and cooperation.

“The American people deserve answers.

“The activities that the IRS has now owned up to, and that were uncovered by their Inspector General, are an outrage.

“We now know that the IRS targeted groups for using such terminology as — get this — ‘we the people,’ and for educating folks about the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

“I mean, you can’t make this stuff up."

Paul addressed the outrageous violation of the constitution by the IRS:

"The IRS has been using taxing power as a political tool to bully these conservative groups and this type of intimidation is a major violation of our U.S. Constitution," Sen. Paul said. "This act of discrimination should not be tolerated and I demand a formal investigation seeking criminal charges against any individuals who authorized or were involved in targeting people of the United States based on their political views."

"The president has deemed this inexcusable, yet actions speak louder than words. It is time for President Obama and his Administration to act and it is our duty as Americans to hold them accountable.

Claiming to be among the first to be targeted by the IRS, conservative activist Eric Wilson of Georgetown, Kentucky, said he's not willing to accept the apology of the IRS.

According to Wilson, the IRS "was outside the bounds," asking for personal information from families of the board members of Kentucky 9/12 Project, which was seeking 501(c)(4) status for the organization. Wilson said they also wanted information on donors and members of the group.

The corruption of the Democratic Party is deepening, as the arrogance of its members against conservatives has gone far beyond decency and legality. This is why we must watch the Democrats in Kentucky closely from now on, as even Governor Steve Beshear, a Democrat, has said Christians are a threat to the state, as he vetoed the religious freedom bill.

It's far past time for the people of Kentucky to purge the state of the infestation of Democrats and their corruption.

May 11, 2013

Kentucky School Bus Crash Injures Students

A school bus transporting a high school girls softball team crashed Friday in western Kentucky,
injuring a number of students.

The accident took place on U.S. 60 just before 5 pm CDT, in Livingston County. Reportedly, 28 people were on the bus when the accident occurred.

State Police Trooper Richie Wright said the bus ran off the shoulder of the road before swerving to the other side and eventually rolling over on its side.

According to Wright, 25 of the 28 people were taken to local hospitals, although none had life threatening injuries. It wasn't clear why one person had to be airlifted from the scene of the accident, although Wright said it wasn't due to serious injuries. Perhaps is was an existing medical condition. Wrights comments point to the possibility or running out of resources to take the patients to the hospital.

"When you have 25 injured, that takes a lot of resources from a lot of counties," Wright said. "By the time they had that many patients, they needed the helicopter to take one to the hospital."

Emergency tools had to be used to extricate passengers from the bus.

May 9, 2013

Kentucky Medicaid to Soar in Coverage

The size of Kentucky's Medicaid program is poised to soar by about 308,000 of additional coverage for citizens, who are forced to get coverage under Obamacare. Over 800,000 low-income residents of Kentucky are already part of the program.

Tea party activist David Adams said he believes the move will end up with additional government waste.

"Medicaid provides little more than large opportunities in health care fraud and inefficiency for politicians who can't do math."

Typically, Democratic Governor Steve Beshear was falling all over himself praising the initiative.

"I have repeatedly said that I believe it is in the best interest of the Commonwealth and its citizens to provide better access to health care for our people. My only concern was the cost. We have now done the exhaustive research and our conclusion matched what most others states have found: by expanding Medicaid, Kentucky will come out ahead in terms of both health outcomes and finances. In fact, if we don't expand Medicaid, we will lose money."

Obamacare has already soared far beyond its projected costs, so we'll see in a relatively short few years how much it'll drag on the economy of Kentucky.

May 7, 2013

Bowling Green High School Tops in U.S.

The Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, for the second year in a row, has been named the top high school in America by Newsweek.

Among the list of 2,000 high schools in America, Kentucky had 19 make the cut.

Before the top finishes for two years in a row, Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science was listed 5th in the nation in 2011.

Metrics producing the results were college entrance test scores, college-level curricula performance, college matriculation rate and graduation rate.

Gatton Academy is supported by the state, and is the only high school in Kentucky that is. Students from almost every city and county in the state study at the school, according to Gatton Academy Director Tim Gott.

For the entire list of 2,000 top high schools in America, go here

May 3, 2013

Kentucky Seeks Dismissal of Lawsuit challenging Legality of Health Benefits Exchange

The state of Kentucky is seeking the dismissal of a lawsuit challenging whether or not it was legal for
Democratic Governor Steve Beshear to set up the Kentucky Health Benefits Exchange.

Tea Party activist David Adams and others filed the lawsuit, which alleges Beshear didn't take the required action of getting legislative approval. Beshear simply approved of the exchange by executive order, similar to his leader Obama.

State attorneys claim the lawsuit has no legal standing to go forward.

Beshear ordered the so-called Kentucky Health Benefits Exchange to be created, which forces over 600,000 uninsured residents of Kentucky to get health coverage under Obamacare.

Via the lawsuit, Adams has asked the judge to order a cease and desist on the building out of the exchange.