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.