Friday, May 20, 2011


NEWS: The homosexual activist group "Fairness Campaign" is pressuring the city council of Berea, KY (in Madison County) to enact special provisions for sodomites; it is called the Fairness Doctrine. A public forum on this is to be held in the next few weeks. For years, this homosexual group has tried, unsuccessfully, to get special privileges for sodomites approved on a state-wide level. Now they are going town to town trying to do it on a local level. Louisville, Lexington, and Covington have already given in to the pressure. The city of Henderson passed such laws, but public outcry resulted in those laws being repealed.

WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT: You can keep updated on items before your city council to know when this battle comes to your town so you can act and warn others.

Those in Madison county can express your opposition to spread of the homosexual "Fairness Doctrine" in your community by:

1- Attending the upcoming Public Forum (as of this writing the date is yet to be determined)

2-You can contact the members of the Berea City Council to let them know your opposition of the "Fairness Doctrine." To see the members of the council and their e-mail addresses, click here.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

In Their Own Words

NEWS: Kentucky voters will get to choose their candidates for Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor and other offices in a May 17th primary.

WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT: You can click here to see the "Kentucky Candidate Information Survey" and see right from the candidates own words where they stand on the issues. Vote on May 17th, and go the ballot with an informed decision.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

NEWS: Kentucky will be electing a governor, secretary of state, and other key offices in November. Who will be in those elections is decided this month!

WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT: You can vote in the May 17 primary to make your voice heard. VOTE! VOTE! VOTE!

Click here for a voting guide (Democrat and Republican) made by the group "Kentuckians for Freedom." It lists which groups have endorsed which candidates. Knowing who stands for someone is a good way to know what they stand for. (NOTE: in the time since the guide was made the TEA party has endorsed Phil Moffett for governor. Also running for governor is Bobbie Holsclaw who now has been endorsed by the unions (specifically the JCTA teachers' union and the Teamsters.)