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....

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...

Covid is Making us lose our minds

A new year has begun, but one thing has stayed the same: COVID is causing everyone to lose their minds. The omicron variant is spreading rapidly as case numbers are rising at an alarming rate. Governor Beshear continues to hold press conferences about the virus and...

Jan. 6 Anniversary of Insurrection

January 6th marked the one-year anniversary of the insurrection of the U.S. Capitol, where rioters entered the capitol and disrupted the certification process for the 2020 Presidential election. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell called it “a dark day for...

Ky Legislature Expected to Consider SAFE Act

The Kentucky State Legislature is expected to consider the SAFE Act, which stands for Save Adolescents from Experimentation. Specifically, it addresses dangerous transgender ideology and would save Kentucky teenagers from untested hormone therapy on their developing...

Ky Legislature Will Consider CRT

The Kentucky State Legislature is in session and will consider hundreds of bills between now and the middle of April when they adjourn. It’s expected that expanding school choice in some way will move forward. This is an issue more parents are engaging....

Michigan Paid Billions in Fraudulent Claims

During the covid pandemic, businesses were forced to shut down and lay off employees due to government mandates. This led to unemployment offices across the country being bombarded with millions of unemployment claims. And now, months after billions of government...

Politics isn’t Everything 

The Kentucky General Assembly begins today (Jan. 4), and we’ll see a bunch of bills trying to fix things. But another law isn’t always the answer. French philosopher Jacques Ellul warned about making everything political. He called this the “political...

CDC Isolation Change: Good Policy or Political?

The Center for Disease Control recently revised their guidance on the isolation period for those who have Covid from 10 to 5 days. The CDC director said this change was to “keep the critical functions of society open and operating.” After two years of inconsistent...

Start Your New Year Well

As we close out 2021, many of us will make resolutions, gather with family and friends to usher in the new year, and hope for better things to come in 2022. We all long for an end to the deadly coronavirus and the suffering it has brought. We hope to return to...

New Year Resolutions

If you’re like nearly half of America, you’ll make some kind of New Year resolution. Maybe you’ve resolved to eat better, exercise more, or spend more time with family. G.K. Chesterton quipped that resolutions are “something that goes in one...

Cameron Challenges Head Start Vax Mandate

Pres. Biden has once again overstepped his authority by mandating all Head Start staff to receive the COVID vaccine. Head Start is a pre-school readiness program for children in low-income communities. KY Attorney General Daniel Cameron has joined a multi-state...

KY’s Tornado Relief Website

Thousands of Kentuckians and out-of-state volunteers are helping West Kentucky residents rebuild after the devastating tornado swept through. In response to the storm, Gov. Beshear announced the launching of a new website that will provide information on unemployment,...

“Nones” Increase

An important poll by Pew Research found that nearly 30% of American adults identify as “Nones”–10 points up from a decade ago. Nones are a category that includes atheists and agnostics. While the U.S. has been on a trend toward secularism for decades, this is alarming...

Christmas Eve 2021

Christmas is one of our most anticipated holidays, especially for kids and especially for all of the presents. Have you ever wondered why it is we give gifts at Christmas? It’s symbolic of God’s generosity and his giving to us. You see, God is a giver. He...

SCOTUS Keeps TX Abortion Restrictions in Place

The U.S. Supreme Court has allowed a Texas law to stand that bans most abortions. Five conservative justices formed a majority and have effectively prevented federal courts from blocking the law. This is good news for the democratic process and the rights of states to...

Facebook Surveillance

The parent company of Facebook and Instagram has revealed that they have banned seven “surveillance-for-hire” firms after spying on 50,000 users. They were hired by governments, law firms, and individuals to collect information and trick users to hand over personal...

FDA Approves Abortion By Mail

Women who want an abortion can now get one through the mail. That’s due to a U.S. Food and Drug Administration decision to allow expecting mothers to bypass a visit to the doctor and order the abortion-inducing drugs online or over the phone and receive them in...

The God Who Enters the Storm

The devastating tornado in West Kentucky claimed at least 76 lives and destroyed over 1000 homes. First Baptist Church of Mayfield was badly damaged. Yet, the congregation gathered in the sanctuary to pray and sing even though there were no seats. To those outside the...