November 5, 2014

Mitch McConnell's Crushing Defeat of Liberal Grimes

Not only did Republican Mitch McConnell beat liberal Alison Lundergan Grimes, he destroyed her in a contest that had been spun in the media as up for grabs.

McConnell garnered 57 percent of the vote while Grimes was only able to get 40 percent. It calls into question the integrity and qualifications of those conducting these polls, as well as the accuracy and legitimacy of mainstream media outlets, which attempted to make this look like an upset in the making, all the way up to McConnell crushing Grimes.

It also calls attention to the fact that Grimes doesn't represent the people of Kentucky, and if she attempts to run for office in the future, we need to send her and the Democratic Party in Kentucky that we have no interest in liberals running for office.

Now that McConnell is majority leader, he needs to get aggressive and do the things Republicans and conservative Democrats and Independents voted him in for, which is to stand against the renegade Obama and his Democrat stooges.

We'll be watching him closely on Obamacare and illegal immigration to see what he does about it.

October 25, 2014

Kentucky Bow Hunter Scores 27 Points and 230 1/8" Non-Typical White Tail

Justin Mooney, of Dixon, Kentucky has had a great year for personal reasons and bow hunting, as he because a father of a new daughter, took first place in a state tournament of the Archery Shooters Association, and shot the largest buck of his life using a bow.

photo credit: Outdoor Life

The monster weighed in at over 200 lbs., and scored 27 points and 230 1/8".  For the county he took the deer in, he shattered the previous record of 167 1/8, as listed by Pope and Young, and also the 204" ranked by Boone and Crockett for a non-typical. It has to be confirmed, but the buck may also be the No. 3 ranked non-typical ever taken in Kentucky.
photo credit: Outdoor Life
Using trail cam photos, Mooney found the deer and tried to project his most likely patterns.
“This hunt was on probably the smallest piece of property I hunt, but that’s usually how it is,” Mooney said. “The deer is never where you think he’s supposed to be.”
photo credit: Outdoor Life

It only took him forty minutes of hunting to spot and take down the buck.

October 6, 2014

Alison Lundergan Grimes Secretly Opposes Coal Industry Says Staffers

In a blockbuster revelation that is sure to have implications on election day, Alison Lundergan Grimes, the Democratic candidate for the Kentucky Senate, running against incumbent Mitch McConnell, is believed by her staffers to be lying about here support for coal in order to win Kentucky voters over.

Conservative filmmaker James O'Keefe and his team caught Grimes' staff talking about the cynical support of coal, undercutting the attempt by Grimes to distance herself from the very unpopular Obama, who she is in fact in align with on many issues, including her support of abortion and gay marriage.

Kentucky voters need to vote against her and her fraudalent campaign. It would be a disaster to have this anti-Christian, anti-coal person representing the people of Kentucky in the Senate, when in fact she is in support of Obama and his disastrous policies which have torn apart and decimated the nation.

September 20, 2014

Kentucky Firefighter Injured in Ice-Bucket Fundraiser Dies

Participating in a funder raiser for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or Lou Gehrig's disease, Campbellsville Captain Tony Grider, 41, was injured along with three other firefighters as they worked on dousing a university band with water, as was the practice of the ice-bucket challenge. On Saturday he died at noon at University of Louisville hospital.

The accident happened when the an aerial ladder being used to douse the band came in contact with a power line.

Kyle Smith, the chief of Campbellsville Fire and Rescue, said this in a statement: "His family would like to sincerely thank all of those who have been there for them following this tragic accident,"

Also severely injured in the accident was Simon Quinn, who was also electrocuted in the accident. He was released from care earlier this week.

Captain Tony Grider, 41, was injured along with three other firefighters as they worked on dousing a university band with water, as was the practice of the ice-bucket challenge. On Saturday he died at noon at University of Louisville hospital.

September 18, 2014

Alison Lundergan Grimes Supports Baby Murder, What Else do the People of Kentucky Need to Know?

Stop Abortion: Vote against Grimes
As the typical liberal, socialist, anti-Christian Democrats always do, Alison Lundergan Grimes arrogantly and proudly asserted she supports abortion rights.

She said,  "I come from a family of five women. I would never pretend to tell one of my sisters what to do with their body and I don't want the federal government doing that either. ... When it comes to choice, I believe, should a woman have to make that decision, it's between herself, her doctor, and her God."

The problem with this outrageous lie and conclusion drawn by Grimes, is the Holy Scriptures totally rebukes it.

1 Corinthians 6:19-20 says this:

19 What? know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own? 20 For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God’s.

The idea that Grimes believes she can't tell any of her own family what to do with her own body, i.e., kill a baby or not, is the ultimate slap in the face of Jesus Christ, which people, including babies, are made in the image of.

Women, like men, are required to obey God in their bodies because Jesus Christ died for us and by that divine right tells us that our bodies in fact aren't our own, but paid for by the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ. To suggest that other people who are also made in the image of God don't have the right to tell someone they aren't allowed to murder children in the womb, is taking a place above God Himself. We all know who it is that has tried to be like the most High, and we all know his fate.

In other words, when Grimes said an abortion decision for a woman is "between herself, her doctor, and her God," it's another way of saying no one has a right to stop a woman from murdering a baby.

You could say the same thing concerning the alleged child abuse accusations of professional football players lately. Would it be right to say that child abuse for the football player is between Himself, a doctor, and his God? It of course is ludicrous, as is the attempt to smooth over Grimes support of the ultimate in child abuse: abortion.

To have this dangerous type of anti-Biblical and anti-Christian in the Senate would be a disgrace to the people of Kentucky. We need to be sure we send a message to everyone running for office in Kentucky, and that is we'll punish anyone abortion-supporting child abuser trying to represent the people of Kentucky in any capacity.

Go and do an Internet search using the term abortion, clicking on images, to see what monsters like Grimes support. It'll make you sick.

September 9, 2014

Teacher from Kentucky Murdered in Chile

The body of 22-year-old Erica Faith Hagan was discovered in her apartment in Chile on Saturday,
with the assumption she had been murdered sometime on Friday.

She was found in her bathtub with several wounds to her head, presumably from a blunt object.

Hagan had graduated from Georgetown College and decided to travel to Chile after partaking in a mission trip there earlier. Her murder took place on the campus of Colegio Bautista of Temuco.

After being notified of her death, her family is flying out to Chile. Officials from Chile have not released any information on the case at this time.

Georgetown College will have a memorial service for Hagan this week.

August 15, 2014

Ken Ham's Kentucky Noah's Ark Project Construction Launches

With permits in place and other necessary elements in place, excavation on the long-promised Kentucky Noah's ark project is now under way. It is scheduled to be opened sometime in 2016. The location of the project is in Grant County in Northern Kentucky.

Ken Ham, most recently noted for his debate with Bill Nye the 'alleged' Science Guy, is heading up the project. Ham leads the ministry Answers in Genesis.

The ark itself will be built in exact proportion to the ark as it is described in the Bible. It will be 510 feet long, surrounded by a variety of other attractions of interest to families, including a petting zoo. Overall the project will entail about 200 acres.

Since the announcement the ark was going to be built in 2010, the project timeline fell behind donations, which resulted in delays.

Millions of feet of lumber will be needed to complete the overall project.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers approved of a stormwater permit in July, clearing the way for construction to begin.

Also part of the ministry is the Creation Museum that was built near to Cincinnati, and has attracted over 1 million visitors since opening in 2007.

Originally published at Acts29review

August 12, 2014

Owensboro May Support Homosexual Attacks on Christians

While calling it a fairness ordinance in relationship to forcing the people of Owensboro, Kentucky to accept the anti-Biblical homosexual lifestyle, it is in fact an attack on the followers of Jesus Christ, which these types of ordinances are always adopted in order to use to legally attack them.

Knowing Jesus Christ rejects homosexuality, supporters of the aberrant lifestyle choice attempt to persuade city leaders that it's only a case of them wanting 'fairness,' rather than what it truly is: an attack on the beliefs of real Christians.

The fact that the Owensboro City Commission is even taking this into consideration points to it being infiltrated by homosexuals, or being pressured behind the scenes by them and their supporters.

With the ordinance being brought to the Commission by the Director of Owensboro’s Human Relations Commission, it means questions need to be asked as to the motives behind it. Is that person a homosexual? Does that person have a child that is homosexual, so is attempting to force the acceptance of that sinful lifestyle on the people of Owensboro?

Since there is not need for an ordinance put in place that forces Christians and others to go along with this lifestyle (they attempt to spin it as a ban on discrimination), there is no need to have the ordinance. After all, who knows if a person is a homosexual or not? How can you discriminate against a person who has no discernible means of identifying as gay, unless they're flaunting it?

This sinful Director of Human Relations Commission of Owensboro reveals the agenda behind the proposed ordinance: to make the city more culturally diverse, i.e., attract more homosexuals to the area. The result, according to this person, is it would attract more economic development.

In other words, the Director of Human Relations Commission of Owensboro is attempting to turn the city more gay, which of course would result in the gay evangelizing of youth, and an increase in unwanted same-sex sexual advances. The result will be more people turning against God and adopting the lifestyle choice from that added pressure.

I've seen other cities use economic development as an excuse to bring in more homosexuals, and the people I've talked to say they had to leave and work somewhere else because of the aggressive sexual advances from the homosexuals who wouldn't leave them alone. This included women approaching and harassing other women all the time.

We are starting to see what the gay movement is trying to do in Kentucky, which has been one of the stalwart states against this evil activity. They're targeting one city after another with these ordinances, which eventually will lead to an attempt to change state law concerning same-sex marriage, and other ungodly sexual sin.

Anyone that doesn't admit this is a subtle attempt at promoting homosexual behavior by force of law, doesn't follow the strategy of gay activist. Eventually there will be lawsuits and other actions directed towards those that reject homosexuality as a sin.

Worse, the city could become a cesspool of sin, as evidenced by cities embracing  homosexual activity and the accompanying agenda. Owensboro needs to soundly reject this, or replace the people on the Commission if they don't have the courage to stand up for what Jesus Christ stands for.

The Christians of Owensboro need to rise up strongly in rejection of this ordinance, telling the Commission there is no way they can support this direct attack on their faith in Jesus Christ.

August 11, 2014

Kentucky School District Rejects Government Food Police

Fort Thomas Independent Schools, located in the Campbell County district, has decided to opt out of the draconian federal school lunch program, as students reject the so-called healthy, bland food attempted to be forced upon them by big government.

More and more schools are making this decision for the obvious reason that it doesn't work.

Students have decided in many cases they would rather eat nothing at all, rather than be forced to eat what the government puts on the lunch menu. I've heard from a number of Larue County students that this is what's happening there as well.

Other things students do is go to a local restaurant or bring their own lunches.

Since how many students eat the government-designed menu are tied into funding, those schools where students reject the federal diet, lose money.

Across the country, about 47% of school meal programs had federal revenue associated with the program decline because of student choices to eat what they want.

This is the reason government needs to stay out or the business of its citizens. It has no authority to decide what children should eat, and then if they don't, punish the school for their choices.

In 2013, 146 of the schools surveyed had dropped the program.

August 4, 2014

Grimes: Obama's Rubber Stamp

Source: WFPL
A sign at a church picnic where Republican Mitch McConnell and Democratic opponent Alison Lundergan
Grimes were both in attendance, revealed the huge problem Grimes has going forward, as a growing number of people understand the hypocrisy between the official teachings of the Catholic Church, and the decision by Catholics who are Democrats, to ignore them.

One sign said this: "Alison's dilemma ... be a devout Democrat or a real Catholic."

Democrats who are Catholics have increasingly flaunted and ignored official Catholic teachings, while parading in front of voters as if they have some type of moral superiority.

Grimes is definitely one of these Catholics in name only, and rejects in many ways the core teachings of the Church; one of which is opposition to gay marriage, which Grimes has stated she totally supports.

It of course rejects all true Christians and Christian churches, which overwhelmingly oppose the sin of homosexuality and gay marriage.

The reality is Grimes is just another Obama robot ready to do her master's bidding, no matter what the people of Kentucky want.  

Grimes is a big government Democrat, as evidenced by her ridiculous accusation against McConnell for opposing a so-called fair wage bill for women, which was simply a bill introduced for the purpose of being used against Republicans during the next elections, because of the out-of-control Democrats and presidency, which operates as if it were a monarchy instead of being a representative government.

Her answer to everything is more government intrusion into our lives. Everything is about taking money from the productive and redistributing it to those that haven't earned it.

She is just another anti-Christian, big government liberal who believes government is God, and not Jesus Christ.

A vote for Grimes is a vote for Obama, no matter how it is spun. She's just an extension of who he is.

Grimes and Racist Democrat Attack on Mitch McConnell's Wife

Alison Lundergan Grimes has been conspicuously silent concerning the racist attack by Democratic operative
Kathy Groob, after Mitch McConnell proudly mentioned that his wife, Elaine Chao, is the only woman from Kentucky to have served in a president's cabinet. That was a reference to her being the U.S. Labor Secretary under George W. Bush.

Groob tweeted this: "Hey Mitch, nothing against your wife and spouses should be off limits; since you mentioned, She isn't from KY, she is Asian."

The idea that a woman isn't considered as being a person from Kentucky because of her ethnicity, is a continuation of the innate racist tendencies of the Democratic Party, which supported slavery for so long.

Grimes has yet to blast the statement made by Groob. The longer she waits to do so, if she ever does, the worst it will look for her; suggesting she wasn't opposed to the statement.

This is typical of the hypocrisy of Democratic leaders across the nation. The people of Kentucky can't send this type of person to Washington to represent them in the Senate.

July 30, 2014

Majority of Kentuckians Oppose Gay Marriage

A poll conducted on behalf of liberal, Democrat mouthpieces The Courier-Journal and The Lexington Herald-Leader, along with WHAS TV and WKYT TV, allegedly found that opposition to gay marriage in Kentucky is "eroding," according to the spin of the results from The Courier-Journal.

The poll queried 714 registered voters if they "favor or oppose allowing gays and lesbians to marry in Kentucky?" With a margin of error of plus or minus 3.7 percent, the supposed drop in opposition from a February poll, where 55% of voters opposed gay marriage in Kentucky, could easily be a statistical anomaly.

According to the most recent poll, 37% of registered voters in Kentucky favor allowing gays to marry, while 12% remain unsure.

It is a significant drop from the 72% of registered voters in Kentucky who opposed gay marriage in 2004 by voting to ban it in the state.

The corrupt Senior U.S. District Court Judge John G. Heyburn II struck down the will of the people by saying it "violates the constitutional guarantee of equal protection under the law and that it lacks 'any conceivable legitimate purpose.'"

Since Jesus Christ forbids the act of homosexuality itself, and by extension gay marriage, the idea this judge, who places himself above the will of God and the will of the people, had better restrain himself from making comments like there is not "any conceivable legitimate purpose" to ban gay marriage. The very will of God is reason enough.

No one is born gay, although we are all born in sin. So the idea that we're born sin translating into being born into a specific sin, is an evil lie. The worst lie is to self-identify with a sin forbidden by almighty God, and then attempt to say those opposing it engage in hate speech. If that's the case, they are accusing Jesus Christ as engaging in hate speech, when throughout the Holy Scriptures homosexuality is forbidden.

After all, do we say we are thieves if we steal, self-identifying with that sin and protesting against anyone that will deny we're born that way and can't change? You can pick out any behavior forbidden by God and do the same thing.

Homosexuals are the only group in the world that self-identify as a sin. That's their problem, not ours. Jesus Christ calls all of them to repent of their sinful lifestyle choice. Many have been delivered from this sinful behavior and choice, and so can they.

The people of Kentucky must continue to raise their voices against this sin, which God has judged the world and nations for in the past, and will do so in the future if it's not resisted by God's people and the people living in the state of Kentucky.

It's also why we must strongly oppose Jack Conway, the Attorney General of Kentucky, when he runs for governor, as he refused to exercise his legal duty in challenging the federal judge who overturned the will of God and the people of Kentucky. He has no right to decide what laws he wants to support. He's just another Obama picking and choosing what laws he wants to uphold and what he doesn't.

It's also why Alison Case Lundergan Grimes must be strongly rejected by the voters of Kentucky in her race for a Senate seat. Being part of the Democratic abortion party, as well as part of a party that doesn't mind taking the wealth from the productive and redistributing at will to others. Grimes has also come out as supporting gay marriage. Every bit of this in opposition to the will of God.

Jesus Christ commands all nations and people to submit unto Him. The people of Kentucky are called to oppose all those who reject that command and choose to oppose our creator and Savior.

As the Scriptures ask, "How long will you waver between two opinions? If the Lord is God, follow him." The people of Kentucky are required to answer that question.

May 23, 2014

Alison Lundergan Grimes: Obamacare's Lapdog

The extremely unpopular Obamacare law is under attack from senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell,
who is calling for a repeal of the costly health care law that the vast majority of Americans didn't want.

Only the outrageous attack and pressure of Obama on Democrats representing states and regions that didn't want the socialist law to be forced upon them brought the law into being.

Now that Mitch McConnell is calling for the repeal
of this disaster, Alison Lundergan Grimes has betrayed her real colors, as she uses the old idea that just because people in Kentucky are getting free health care, she opposes repealing the unworkable mandate.

Many people in Kentucky need to understand this is horrible for those that have to pay for their health care insurance, as costs will continue to rise because many young people refuse to sign up for it, which is the backbone of it being financially feasible in even a small way.

What Grimes and her socialist ilk don't tell you is the cost of health care for a majority of people is skyrocketing because they have to pay for others to get the care by having their premiums jump in price. This is also because Obamacare forces them to pay for health services they'll never use.

The first thing that must be done is to repeal Obamacare. That's the first and only step that needs to be considered. Everything else is speculation as to what happens next.

All this law is doing is causing hardships for working people.

McConnell has it right in saying once Obamacare is eradicated, at that time health insurance companies should be released to compete in all states without government interference. In that market atmosphere, prices would fall because of the intense competition for customers.

His opponent Grimes won't even say whether she would have voted for the unpopular law. She knows if she does, the people of Kentucky will quickly let her know at the ballot box.

The hardworking people of Kentucky need to closely watch how their lives are being affected by the higher cost of health care, and vote accordingly in the next election.

Grimes' unwillingness to tell the people of Kentucky how she would have voted, only underscores the fact she will do what her handlers from Obama tell her.

Wait until the time when your life or the life of your loved ones are on the life, and the death panels decide whether or not Obamacare will take care of you. Vote Grimes and the death party out of Kentucky.

May 22, 2014

Hodgenville Storm Damage

In the morning hours a hail storm with high winds hit Hodgenville, causing a lot of damage and fallen trees. Here are some photos of the damage in the area.

The tree below was lying on some power lines.

Photo credits: Sally Bourgeault

Next is the trunk of the tree above lying across the road.

The tree below was the one in front of the Board of Education building

Big limb split off from main tree

Huge tree down in yard

This is just a small sampling of the fallen trees within a few blocks of each other. All of this happened in Hodgenville in a very short period of time.

May 17, 2014

McConnell Continues to Hammer Obamacare Disaster

While some attempt to make the attempt of Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell to blast the disastrous Obamacare initiative as a no-win situation, in truth it's a dynamic issue that is on the hearts and minds of the people of Kentucky, who are going to suffer from the extraordinary rise in insurance costs accompanying the law.

One misguided writer said this:

But Obamacare may not turn out to be the campaign issue that Senator McConnell hopes it will be. True, Kentuckians – like most Americans – disapprove of the Affordable Care Act. But they also live in a state where implementation of the ACA has been held up as a national model for its smooth roll out and easy interface with users. More than 1 in 10 residents is now covered by "kynect," the state-run exchange under the ACA.

The problem isn't how smoothly the state exchange was implemented; it has nothing to do with the disaster that Obamacare is. The disaster is the socialist health care law itself, which is suffocating hard-working Americans, who are paying far more than the Democrats, who are responsible for the bill, said it would.

There is also the growing long waits to get basic care, and the death panels that decide whether you're going to get care at all for some procedures.

When the election comes about in Kentucky for the Senate, Democrats and the inexperienced Alison Lundergan Grimes will have to give answers as to why they accepted Obamacare as a whole, and why the people of Kentucky are suffering as a result.

The soaring costs of medical coverage, along with the accompanying government oversight which results in it deciding who gets what type of coverage in specific cases, makes it an extremely unpopular law for those who actually make a living.

McConnell and the Republicans need to continue to hammer at this issue. It's one that the majority of the people of Kentucky oppose, as well as the majority of Americans.

May 16, 2014

DeVore Takes Over as Mayor as Cruse Tossed Out

Mayor Kenny DeVore
Embattled Hodgenville Mayor Terry Cruse was removed from office by a 9-0 vote of the city council, after allegations he and City Clerk Madonna Hornback spent thousands of dollars for personal reasons.

The council voted in Kenny DeVore as interim mayor. He will serve until an election in November to determine who the new mayor will be. Anyone interested in running will have until August to declare their intentions.

When asked about the situation before the decision to oust Cruse was made, Hodgenville Police Chief Steven Johnson said he believed the council should have waited until after the criminal case was decided.

He does have a point there. What happens if Cruse is exonerated from wrong-doing, and was removed on the assumption he was guilty?

Cruse and Hornbach were indicted by a grand jury in December, with both being accused of using fuel credit cards issued by the city to make personal purchases. The total between the two that was alleged to have been spent comes to over $30,000.

Part of the hearing with the council were allegations of nepotism, relating to Cruse having his son hired for a job he wasn't qualified for, and that Hornbach's son was also hired by the city. The city of Hodgenville has a nepotism policy in place, which Council member Jim Phelps says was violated by Cruse and Hornbach.

According to Cruse, the hearing to remove him was a political one. He claims all the city council members have agendas.

Cruse is also running for LaRue County Sheriff. The primary election is scheduled to be held on Tuesday.

Whatever follows for Cruse and Hornbach, and whether or not politics eventually came into the picture, some of the decisions that were made were poor ones, and in that regard they have no one to blame but themselves for ending up in the position they are in.

 The pair will face criminal charges in June.

May 11, 2014

Beshear Tackles Gay Marriage while Jack Conway Hides

After the ungodly and corrupt U.S. District Judge John G. Heyburn II imposed his will on the citizens of Kentucky by striking down Kentucky's constitutional amendment banning gay marriage, where 1,222,125 voters overwhelmingly voted to pass the law, Governor Steve Beshear has had to hire an outside law firm because the immoral Attorney General Jack Conway refused to stand up for the people and law of Kentucky, basically saying it wasn't moral.

It's an odd thing for someone elected to represent the people of Kentucky, to refuse to do so. Now this elected official who refused to perform his duty, is running for governor. We know what we must do to send the message that we won't be stepped on by Conway.

Not only that, but the people of Kentucky will now have to pay out a lot of money for the law firm because of Conway's refusal to perform his sworn duty.

The strategy of Beshear's office, which is to argue against having to recognize gay marriages performed in other states, focuses on the inability for homosexuals to bear children, which is of course a major reason God instituted marriage in the first place, in order that people would fill the earth in accordance with His plan.

Of course Jesus Christ forbids people to be homosexuals in the first place, and  they aren't born that way, but choose it for a variety of reasons. The idea of gay marriage then is a mute one with God, as the practice of homosexuality is forbidden, so going from there to marriage makes no sense.

To me, this should have been the argument, as the people of Kentucky reject homosexuality and gay marriage of any kind. The issue is this corrupt judge is saying by his outrageous decision that the state of Kentucky doesn't operate as part of a democracy, as he, by exceeding his authority, stated that voters don't matter. This is activism and ideology trumping the law of Kentucky.

Essentially what this judge did is force the laws of a small number of state onto the people of Kentucky. He has no right to transfer law across state lines. He should be removed out of his office.

Just remember that Jack Conway refused to stand up for the people of Kentucky and Kentucky law when he runs for governor.

May 6, 2014

Liberal Jack Conway Announces He's Running for Governor

Liberal Democrat and Kentucky attorney general Jack Conway has officially announced that he will run for governor in 2015.

Conway got crushed by conservative Republican Rand Paul in the 2010 Senate race, and is unlikely to do well in the race for governor after he refused to fulfil his duty as Kentucky attorney general by not appealing a court ruling which would force Kentucky to recognize and uphold homosexual 'marriages' from out of state.

Conservatives across the state were outraged when Conway revealed he supported the judicial overreach when a federal judge corruptly intervened and bypassed Kentucky law.

Just like Ashley Judd, Conway is wrong for this state, and we need to send a clear message to politicians that they will represent us when we elect them or we'll boot them out of office. Conway must be booted out of office for his disrespect of the people of Kentucky based upon his liberal beliefs and agenda.

When liberals like Conway refuse to support the Kentucky Constitution, how much more mischief will he engage in like Obama has, who has also ignored the Constitution of the United State by calling it a living document; meaning he can make it mean whatever he personally wants it to. 

The reason Conway refused to defend the people of Kentucky against this federal intrusion? He said he did it on moral grounds. So where does Conway get his morality when the Holy Scriptures and Jesus Christ say marriage is between a man and a woman?

This liberal, Democratic morality is only sin under the guise of a tolerance. There is nothing more intolerant than the liberals who continue to attack and attempt to destroy Western civilization which is build on Biblical principles.

Fortunately Conway exposed his immoral beliefs, and we must send him back to the private sector to get a real job and repent for sinning against God and the people of Kentucky.

March 25, 2014

Black Mob Riot in Louisville

A mob of blacks numbering about 200 went on a rampage in Louisville, Kentucky over the weekend, as evidenced by the video below.

WDRB 41 Louisville News

Included among the victims was a 13-year-old girl and a woman parked with her two small children. At least one convenience store was robbed during the outbreak of violence.

The attacks began on Friday night and escalated to Saturday.

It isn't reassuring to hear the mayor attempt to make it look like a unique incident that never happens in the city.

There is no reason given for the outbreak of violence by young blacks, but it is very concerning to see the mainstream media largely ignore the extraordinary events in order to cover the race of the perpetrators.

Those in Louisville need to be extra cautious, as now that these thugs have tasted blood, it is likely they will continue to viciously attack and rob people and stores in Louisville until it the problem is recognized, admitted to, and dealt with.

March 20, 2014

Kentucky Needs Conservative Governor, Politicians like Scott Walker

(AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh on Wednesday took a shot at the mainstream media and
even some conservative outlets for underreporting on the success of Gov. Scott Walker (R) in Wisconsin.

Limbaugh cited an Associated Press report run Wednesday on page A14 of the New York Times about the Wisconsin Assembly passing Walker’s $504 million tax-cut plan. As previously reported by TheBlaze, Walker intends to use part of Wisconsin’s projected $977 million surplus to pay for property and income tax cuts.

“He introduced a bill in January that would send $406 million to technical colleges to reduce their property tax hit and cut income taxes by $98 million by reducing the lowest bracket to 4 percent from 4.4 percent,” the report states. “The end result would be a $131 reduction a median home’s tax bill this December and $46 in annual income tax savings for the average worker.”

rest of story ...

February 17, 2014

Kentucky Snake-Handling "Pastor" Dies from Bite

Jamie Coots Handling Snake
Gaining celebrity after being arrested for illegally transporting snakes into Tennessee, so-called
Pastor Jamie Coots gained even more notoriety after being featured on the National Geographic reality TV show "Snake Salvation," which highlighted the practice.

Coots was bitten by a snake over the weekend at a Kentucky church service. As has been his usual practice through the years after being bitten, he refused medical treatment. He had been bitten 8 times in the past, according to his son Cody Coots.

A little over a year ago in January 2013, Coots was arrested in Tennessee for transporting two copperhead snakes and three rattlesnakes. The snakes were taken away by Wildlife officials and Coots was given a sentence of one year of unsupervised probation.

At the time of the snake bite, Coots was holding the rattlesnake at the Full Gospel Tabernacle in Jesus Name Church in Middlesboro, which he pastored.

An ambulance was called to the facility, but Coots had already went home. When he was contacted at home to see if he wanted to be treated for the snake bite, he refused the offer.

About an hour after the ambulance left, emergency workers were called to the home, only to find Coots had died from the snake bite.

The reasoning behind the practice is a literal interpretation of this place in Mark:

"And these signs shall follow them that believe; In my name shall they cast out devils; they shall speak with new tongues; They shall take up serpents; and if they drink any deadly thing, it shall not hurt them; they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover."

National Geographic released this statement:

"Those risks were always worth it to him and his congregants as a means to demonstrate their unwavering faith. We were honored to be allowed such unique access to pastor Jamie and his congregation during the course of our show, and give context to his method of worship."

February 12, 2014

Sinkhole Destroys 8 Corvettes at National Corvette Museum in Kentucky

A huge sinkhole in Kentucky, measuring approximately 40 feet wide and up to 30 feet deep, resulted in eight Corvettes at the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky being destroyed.

The museum said this in a press release:

"We received a call at 5:44 am from our security company alerting us of our motion detectors going off in our Skydome area of the Museum. Upon arrival it was discovered that a sinkhole had collapsed within the Museum. No one was in or around the Museum at the time. The Bowling Green Fire Department arrived on the scene and secured the area."

Of the damaged eight cars, six of them were owned by the museum outright.

According to National Geographic Society (KGS), sinkholes are common to Kentucky. "Dissolution sinkholes form over long periods of time, with occasional episodes of more rapid subsidence or collapse. It is the collapse of the loose cover over the bedrock or soil that causes the problem. Sometimes the collapse will occur in an area with no indication of previous subsidence," said KGS.

What's unusual about this sinkhole is it occurred inside the facility, which couldn't have been effected by the elements such as snow, ice, or rain.

February 8, 2014

Kentucky Democratic-Controlled House Plays Politics with Minimum Wage Bill

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The usual politics surrounding the minimum wage increases was played by Kentucky Democrats in the House, which passed an outrageous bill that would boost the minimum wage in the state from $7.25 an hour to $10.10 an hour.

Kentucky Senate President Robert Stivers rightly blasted the bill for focusing on the low end of an approach to helping the state create jobs. The idea that increasing the minimum wage would help is a fallacy that Federal increases prove have resulted in the loss of jobs.

"Our goal is ... how we create good-paying jobs," Stivers told reporters. "And if they want to keep a very narrow approach of how are we just going to keep minimum-wage jobs around there, that's their prerogative. We want to look at a much broader, more optimistic picture."

The fact is minimum wage jobs are entry level positions, and are there for the purpose of helping people learn to work while preparing for higher level opportunities. To think raising the minimum wage in Kentucky would help lower income earnings is dishonest, as it would only raise the cost of doing business, as well as increase the costs associated with government jobs.

Democrat House Speaker Greg Stumbo is only playing politics before the elections later this year in order to make it look like the Republican Party opposes helping the poor. It's the usual thuggish politics and tactics of the Democratic Party.

There is no doubt it's an attempt to increase the chances of Alison Lundergan Grimes in her race to unseat Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. Grimes is also calling for a increase of the minimum wage at the federal level, even though it hurts the changes of young people to get hired.

Kentucky Republicans and Democrats with integrity and understanding need to totally reject this bill. What we need is less taxes and state employees starting to pay more into their own pension plans, which is what is causing the state to operate with budget shortfalls.

February 6, 2014

Kentucky First Federal Bancorp Earnings Results

Kentucky First Federal Bancorp (KFFB), the holding company for First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Hazard and First Federal Savings Bank of Frankfort, Kentucky, announced net earnings of $598,000 or $0.07 diluted earnings per share for the three months ended December 31, 2013, compared to net earnings of $927,000 or $0.12 diluted earnings per share for the three months ended December 31, 2012, a decrease of $329,000 or 35.5%. Net earnings were $1.0 million or $0.12 diluted earnings per share for the six months ended December 31, 2013, compared to net earnings of $1.4 million or $0.19 diluted earnings per share for the six months ended December 31, 2012, a decrease of $428,000 or 29.5%.

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January 30, 2014

Kentucky Fire Claims Lives of 8 Children, Mother

A fire in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky has claimed the lives of eight children and their mother on Thursday morning. The father and one of the children managed to escape, and were taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville.

A spokeswoman at the hospital said 36-year-old Chad Watson was in critical but stable condition. The condition of an 11-year-old child that arrived with Watson wasn't released.

Authorities are still sifting through the single-story home, searching for three more bodies. So far six deaths have been confirmed.

A neighbor said the children were 4 to 15 in age.

The fire department received a call at about 2 a.m. in the morning, and arriving just minutes later, found the house totally engulfed in fire.

The cause of the fire continues to be under investigation.

January 28, 2014

Abortion Form of Domestic Violence Says Joe Fischer

Kentucky Republican state Rep. Joe Fischer has caused a stir when he rightly stated that “the most brutal form of domestic violence is the violence against unborn children."

Consequently, he has proposed amendments to bill, HB8, which would disallow abortions when a baby in the womb is 20 weeks or older. If the bill is passed, abortions performed during that period would be considered domestic violence.

“This is a solidly pro-life state, even if you don’t see it reflected in what happens here in the House,” Fischer said. “But elections ultimately will decide the issue.”

Under current Kentucky law, abortions aren't allowed after 22 weeks.

January 24, 2014

Kentucky Abortion Bill Would Require Face-to-Face Meeting with Doctor

A bill passed by the Kentucky Senate would require a face-to-face meeting with a doctor by women seeking to have an abortion.

The bill passed 33-5, with some Democrats opposing the bill asserting it was an attempt to "shame" women who wanted to end their pregnancy. This is a strange argument when you consider it's a medical procedure which has extraordinary consequences for the baby in the womb and the woman seeking to end its life.

Here's what Democrat Sen. Reginald Thomas, claimed:

"We want to engage in humiliation and embarrassment and shaming them because of their decision, which they have a constitutional private right to do."

It's the Larue County Register's position that just because man made a law doesn't make it legitimate in the sight of God and Jesus Christ, whether it was disingenuously considered hidden somewhere in the constitution from long ago.

The hypocrisy in this is if it was just about any other medical procedure, it would be considered irresponsible, and in some cases, criminal, not to go to a doctor to get the facts and an opinion. Suddenly when it comes to abortion there is no longer a need for a doctor?

This is a good bill, although we all need to keep on working and praying for this holocaust against children to end.

At this time Kentucky has two abortion clinics, one in Lexington and the other in Louisville.

January 8, 2014

Kentucky Democrat Rep. Discharges Gun at Capital

The common sense of Democratic Rep. Leslie Combs of Pikeville is being called into question, as the lawmaker discharged a gun in her Capitol Annex office. It was said to be an accident, but it does suggest irresponsibility at best, and recklessness at worst.

Fellow Democrat Rep. Jeff Greer, Brandenburg, was in the office at the time of the gun being fired, and his description of what happened wasn't flattering to Combs.

He said: "She was emptying the weapon and she thought that it was empty and pointed it away and down and pulled the trigger and it went off." Even a child with a little gun safety training knows not to pull the trigger of a firearm in a public place or around people. But to do it without checking the chamber is reckless.

According to Kentucky State Police Sgt. Jason Palmer, at this time there is no evidence of Combs participating in criminal activity, and no charges are expected to be filed.

Larue County Register totally backs the Second Amendment and the conceal-carry law of the state, but Combs should be required to participate in a gun safety class to learn how to handle a firearm.

It is concerning to see someone making decisions on behalf of the people of Kentucky pull the trigger on her weapon in a public place and discharge it. That's especially true at the capital. Her cluelessness points to questions as to being suitable for her office.

One organization has called for Combs to resign because of her actions.

Corruption in Alison Lundergan Grimes Campaign?

The Democratic Party in Kentucky appears to be imploding, with the latest fiasco being accusations from Ed Marksberry, who claims the campaign of Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes offered him money to drop out of the Kentucky Senate race.

In a document provided to Page One Kentucky, Marksberry, a Democrat who eventually went independent, blasted the incompetency of Grimes. He said "her future campaign would have more rookie mistakes," referring to not even having Internet domain names secured in case she decided to run at the time.

He also noted the indecisiveness of Grimes, saying it wasn't "a good trait for a US Senator. Marksberry added that Grimes continues "to amaze us with buffoonery and missteps."

He added that eventually he "was told that Alison’s campaign would like to ask me to consider stepping out of the race."

Referring to the actual payoff deal, Marksberry said he was told this: “They want to ask you to step out of the race and they understand you have some debts with your campaign and they can take care of it if you want, the money is there and they can make it happen if you want to.”

Grimes is over her head in this race, and should really step down so she doesn't embarrass herself any more than she has. The Democratic Party of Kentucky should aggressively pursue this allegation, which would allow voters to know what exactly they're getting with the candidacy of Grimes. It's looking like we're getting a disaster with this train wreck.

January 3, 2014

Bill Nye, Evolution Theorist Coming to Kentucky to Debate Creation Museum's Ken Ham

Bill Nye, the self-proclaimed "Science Guy" will be coming to Kentucky to debate Creation Museum founder Ken Ham in Petersburg, according to Ham.

Nye has a propaganda show under the guise of science which he uses in some cases to try to persuade little children the world wasn't created, but simply evolved. He calls it science even though it has been proven time and time again that all evolution is, or every will be, is a theory put forth by those that don't believe in Jesus Christ in order so they don't have to obey Him.

Parents teaching that God created the universe and world have been blasted by Nye as doing them a "disservice."

Nye once said in a video produced by Big Think, that "If you want to deny evolution and live in your world that's completely inconsistent with everything we observe in the universe, that's fine -- but don't make your kids do it. We need them. We need scientifically literate voters and taxpayers for the future."

So let's get this straight. Nye is a TV personality using his platform to teach a theory that has nothing to do with observable science, and then says creation is "completely inconsistent with everything we observe in the universe." Observation of the universe actually confirms and proves the existence of Jesus Christ, as the Holy Scriptures teach. For that reason none will be with excuse when they face Him on judgement day.

People can order tickets for the debate on Monday, January 6, for $25.00. It will be held on February 4 in the museum's Legacy Hall. The debate is scheduled for two-and-a-half hours.