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The Commonwealth Policy Center (CPC) is dedicated to preserving the bedrock values of life, marriage and fiscal responsibility in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. It affirms as stated in the Kentucky Constitution that our civil, political and religious liberties come from God. To that end, it seeks to educate the general public, work for sound public policies, and influence elections on behalf of conservative candidates.

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Government Shutdown
January 21, 2019 by Staff
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi told President Trump that he's not invited to deliver the State of the Union to Congress until the government reopens. Our national leaders are bickering over the border wall. Unfortunately real people are caught in the crossfire of this debate that's resulted in the longest government shutdown in history. If you're a government employee dependin...
Pro-Life Bills Introduced
January 18, 2019 by Staff
Kentucky has become a leader when it comes to protecting unborn life. The latest bill in Frankfort would ban all abortions in the Commonwealth after a heartbeat is detected. This means that at around 6-8 weeks all abortions would be outlawed. This latest pro-life bill is part of a larger pro-life trend. Two years ago, the legislature passed the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. Last ...
Addiction Issues
January 17, 2019 by Staff
Addiction is an issue that seems to dominate the news, primarily with the opioid crisis.  There were 1565 heroin overdose deaths in Kentucky in 2017. This is tragic. So how do you define addiction? It's something that controls one's life and negatively impacts work and other relationships. An addiction is something that controls you instead of you controlling it. But there are o...
Gender X
January 16, 2019 by Staff
When a mother gives birth to a child one of the first things she hears from the doctor is "it's a boy" or "it's a girl." Such declarations are likely to go by the wayside for parents in New York City. That's because a new policy that allows parents to bypass the "male" or "female" boxes the birth certificate in order to choose "X'&...
In Search of Life
January 15, 2019 by Staff
The headline of a BBC a story a few weeks ago (December 14, 2018) asked: "What chance has NASA of finding life on Mars?" This is the question that's gripping scientists today. It's a worthy goal to find an answer. At the same time, there's a terrible irony because as we search for the possibility of life on other planets we disregard the smallest of lives on earth. More...
Every Vote Counts
January 14, 2019 by Staff
If you've ever been tempted to think that your vote really doesn't matter, please refrain from that thought. The State House election in Owensboro was decided by one vote and it's the heart of a controversy as the legislature convened last week. Jim Glenn garnered 6,319 votes, while his Republican opponent DJ Johnson had 6,318 votes cast in his favor.  Johnson has filed for ...
Life on Mars? Fetal Heartbeats on Earth
January 14, 2019 by Staff
BBC Science Correspondent Jonathan Amos recently asked, "What chance has NASA of finding life on Mars?" He's referring to the Mars 2020 mission whose purpose is "to determine if life ever existed on Mars." Scientists studying the geography of Mars believe there's evidence of a lake, now dried up, called Jezero Crater. It's a 28-mile g...
Gambling on the Agenda
January 11, 2019 by Staff
It's no secret that Kentucky's pension system is underfunded by billions of dollars. Now, several legislators say expanded gambling is the answer. So is Kentucky's Attorney General Andy Beshear. He recommended the legalization of casinos and dedicating the revenue to the faltering pensions. But is gambling really going to solve our financial problems? Think of it this way. Would ...

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