Gov. Beshear Committed to Fighting Human Trafficking

Gov. Andy Beshear announced a $1 million federal grant to study human trafficking in Kentucky. Beshear made the fight against trafficking a priority while attorney general and said he’s “always made seeking justice for victims and fighting human...

Memorial Day 2021

Today we celebrate Memorial Day—where we honor those who died while serving our country. It first began just after the Civil War ended, and our nation began the healing process from the bloodiest war in history that left some 600,000 dead. We also remember the men and...

Neuroscientist Removed from APA Email List

The American Psychological Association (APA) removed a Duke University neuroscience professor from their email discussion group for believing there are only two sexes. Dr. John Staddon, a neuroscience professor at Duke University, was told that “others have...

Mandatory Vaccines for Students

As COVID vaccines are widely available to adults and will soon become available to children, one question arises for public schools: Should students be required to receive the vaccine before they come back to class? The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky found that...

Human Trafficking Grant

The U.S. Department of Justice awarded Kentucky $1 million for a two-year study on human trafficking in the Commonwealth. According to University of Louisville Professor Jennifer Middleton, one of the most alarming things about child trafficking “is that it is...

Critical Race Theory’s Blindspot

In a recent interview, CNN Commentator Ashley Allison said “For so long in this country, our history has been told through the lens of whiteness and if you’re used to having that privilege, that authority invoked in you that your story is the dominant...

SCOTUS to take up Abortion Case

Unborn Americans received good news last week from the U.S. Supreme Court. The Court announced that it would take up an abortion-related case out of Mississippi for the next term. The case is called Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, and centers...

Lexington Bans LGBT Counseling

Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council voted to ban what is known as conversion therapy. The idea is that counselors and therapists are forcing minor children to leave their LGBT identity. But Dr. Julie Hamilton disagrees. She’s a licensed therapist who...

House Republicans Support Sunrise

Kentucky House Republicans went on record to support Sunrise Children’s Services in its dispute with the Beshear Administration. Seventy-two members of the Republican Caucus wrote a letter to Gov. Beshear and asked him to renew the contract with Kentucky’s...

Louisville Considers Impeding Free Speech of Pro-lifers

The Louisville Metro Council is considering an ordinance that would create a buffer zone around EMW Women’s Clinic in downtown Louisville. The idea is to keep pro-life sidewalk counselors away from women who are seeking an abortion. The problem is that such...