San Francisco Reparations program

An advisory committee in San Francisco is recommending that the city pay reparations to its black residents. The San Francisco Human Rights Commission developed a plan that would pay $5 million to qualifying black residents over the age of 18. The plan also requires...

Kentucky Legislature Set to Address Transgenderism

The Kentucky State House will consider a few bills addressing the issue of transgenderism. House Bill 30 would require public school students to use the bathroom and locker rooms that correspond with their biological sex. House Bill 58 would protect the consciences of...

PA “End of Life Option” Act

Is the right to die a fundamental right? Some Pennsylvania lawmakers say yes. The so-called “End of Life Option Act” is being considered in the PA State Senate. If passed, it would allow doctors to hasten the dying process and assist terminally ill patients with...

Owensboro Drag Queens

A petition is circulating in Owensboro calling for officials to restrict drag shows. The Ghostlight lounge is located in the taxpayer-funded Riverpark Center and has been hosting drag shows since last January. These shows feature men dressed as women and demons,...

GM Funds LGBT Activism in Schools

General Motors is known for building quality cars. But who would have guessed that they’re furnishing LGBTQ curriculum in America’s public schools? According to a 2021 Social Impact Report, the automotive company donated to a “rainbow library” program for...

Judge: Gender Transition Trumps Religious Liberty

A federal judge in Maryland ruled that Catholic hospitals must perform gender transition surgeries on perfectly healthy people. Judge Deborah Chasanow ruled in favor of a woman suing the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center for refusing to remove her...

Biden Admin Proposes Ban on Gas Stoves

The Biden administration has proposed a nationwide ban on gas stoves. They cite studies that have revealed that emissions from these stoves can cause numerous health and respiratory problems, like cancer and asthma. But is banning a standard cooking appliance an issue...

Profit Motive and Monopoly Looms Behind Gray Machine Ban

Video slot machines, known as “gray machines,” have popped up in mom and pop convenience stores across the commonwealth. These gray machines are unregulated and have no oversight from the government. The horse-racing industry is calling for these machines to be...

Science and then Bible Say Life Begins at Conception

When does life begin? This was a question the New York Times tried to answer in a recent column. They analyzed a variety of proposals to this long-standing question from philosophers, theologians, and scientists. But the author failed to agree with the scientific...

Stanford’s Effort to Whitewash Language

Stanford University produced a document entitled the “Elimination of Harmful Language Initiative.” The document proposes there are certain words that should be eliminated from our vocabulary due to negative connotations. “Master” is one of those words. The...

Ky Ranked near bottom in Behavior and Health Outcomes

Kentucky is ranked the 7th unhealthiest state in the nation, according to the United Health Foundation. A position it has unfortunately and consistently held since 1990, except for 2008 when it was ranked 39th. Kentucky has the 2nd highest percentage of citizens who...

LA Protects Kids from Porn

Pornography is everywhere on the internet and easy to access. 90% of children between ages 8 and 16 have been exposed to online pornography. 70% of children between 8 and 18 came across online porn while doing research for their homework. When children are exposed to...

Beshear’s State of the Commonwealth

Gov. Andy Beshear shared his priorities for 2023 in the annual State of the Commonwealth address. Interestingly, he demanded pay raises for public K-5 teachers, but the issue cannot be addressed until next year since the biennial budget is locked in until then....

Dan Orlovsky says prayer for Damar Hamlin on Live Broadcast

Football fans were horrified after Buffalo Bills cornerback Damar Hamlin suddenly collapsed from cardiac arrest after tackling a Cincinnati Bengals receiver in last Monday night’s game. Paramedics rushed to the field and immediately began CPR to get his heart...

Federal Court Blocks Transgender Mandate

A federal court blocked Pres. Biden’s transgender mandate, an order that redefines sex discrimination to include sexual orientation, gender identity, and abortion access. To be clear, this order was an attempt from the Biden administration to force doctors into...

AG Cameron Fights ESG

Attorney General Daniel Cameron is fighting the ESG movement. ESG stands for Environmental Social Governance, and it’s a standard that rates a business based on numerous criteria, including the impact the business has on the environment. The ESG movement has led...

Are Illegal Immigrants Political Pawns?

Three buses dropped off more than 100 illegal immigrants near Vice President Kamala Harris’ home on Christmas Eve. This is the latest in a series of transports issued by Texas Governor Greg Abbot to send illegal immigrants to “sanctuary cities” that are...

2023 General Assembly Begins Today

The 2023 Kentucky General Assembly session begins today. It’s a short session with only 30 working days to conduct the Commonwealth’s legislative business. While hundreds of bills will be proposed, only a few priority bills will make it into law. A reduction of the...

Court Upholds Sidewalk Counselors’ Speech

The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals struck down a Louisville ordinance that stopped sidewalk counselors from talking to women outside an abortion clinic. The city of Louisville called it a “buffer zone.” But the 10-foot-wide perimeter around healthcare...