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Welcome to the Commonwealth Policy Center

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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The Commonwealth Matters

The Commonwealth Matters is a half-hour weekly podcast that features interviews with state leaders and reaction on important and relevant issues. The program is aired in Bowling Green, Owensboro, Paducah, Mayfield, Ashland, Prestonsburg, and Hazard.

Richard Nelson has appeared on programs on Christian television stations all across Kentucky and is a regular host on WNKJ in Hopkinsville and a monthly guest on WRUS in Russellville.

Pastor Ron Hicks, of Henderson Memorial Baptist Church, is a regular contributor to The Commonwealth Matters as they consider social issues from a Biblical perspective.

Richard Nelson

Director Commonwealth Policy Center

From the Blog

Our Justice System Still Works

A trio of high-profile court cases reminds us that despite the many flaws, the U.S. justice system still works. Jeffrey Epstein association Ghislaine Maxwell was recently found guilty of trafficking minor girls. Silicon Valley entrepreneur Elizabeth Holmes was also...

AK Court Protects Women, Affirms Sex Differences 

A women’s homeless shelter in Alaska won a huge victory for women's safety. Hope Center is a faith-based homeless shelter in Anchorage that ministers to battered women. And to protect these women, they refused to allow men who identify as women into the shelter. But...

VA Parents sue over CRT curriculum

An increasing number of parents are getting involved with what goes on in their kids' classrooms. And some are going to court over controversial curriculum. After a group of Virginia parents learned that the local school district is using a so-called “anti-racist”...

A trio of high-profile court cases reminds us that despite the many flaws, the U.S. justice system still works. We are a nation of laws and there are consequences to breaking the law regardless of wealth, power, or position in society.

More:
https://commonwealthpolicycenter.org/our-justice-system-still-works-2/

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A women’s homeless shelter in Alaska won a huge victory for women's safety. Hope Center is a faith-based homeless shelter that ministers to battered women. To protect these women, they refused to allow men who identify as women into the shelter.

https://commonwealthpolicycenter.org/ak-court-protects-women-affirms-sex-differences-2/

📸: ADF

An increasing number of parents are getting involved with what goes on in their kids' classrooms. After a group of Virginia parents learned that the local school district is using a so-called “anti-racist” curriculum, they sued.

https://commonwealthpolicycenter.org/va-parents-sue-over-crt-curriculum-2/

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