Tag: Kentucky

Kentucky Store’s New Policy: ‘No Boob or Sock Money’

With the weather getting warmer, an Owensboro, KY store is starting a new policy to refuse sweaty money, according to a NBC4i report. Cindy Collins, manager of Tobacco Road, is fed up with customers who reach into their shoe, sock or bra to pay with

Donald Trump Wins Kentucky on Super Saturday

GOP frontrunner Donald Trump won Kentucky on Super Saturday. Trump finished with 35 percent of the vote. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) finished in second place with 31 percent. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) ranked third and had 17 percent, while Ohio

Gov. Bill Haslam meets with lawmakers in Sparta, Tenn., on Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015. (AP Photo/Erik Schelzig)

Tennessee Gov. Haslam Not Yet Offering Constitutional Challenge to Syrian Refugee Settlement

Tennessee Republican Governor Bill Haslam is apparently off the list of possible plaintiffs—governors of the 12 “Wilson-Fish alternative program” states where non-profit VOLAGS, not state governments, run the U.S. Refugee Resettlement Program—the Thomas More Law Center says it is looking to represent in a constitutional legal challenge to the program.

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Navy Launches 2nd Missile off West Coast

On Monday, the U.S. Navy confirmed it had followed Saturday night’s launch of a Trident II (D5) missile from the U.S.S. Kentucky, a ballistic submarine in the Pacific Ocean, with a second launch Monday afternoon, according to the Los Angeles Times.

World View: Veterans’ Medical Services Continue to Worsen Since 2014 Scandal

Contents: Doctors prepare to strike UK’s National Health Service; Veterans’ medical services continue to worsen since 2014 scandal; Obamacare prices skyrocketing in 2016, as I predicted in 2009; Kentucky’s new governor Matt Bevin promises to end Obamacare abuses; Four more Obamacare co-ops collapse in the last week; Obamacare ‘risk corridors’ are also collapsing financially

Common Core ‘College Readiness’ Another Deception: ‘Never Validated’

Americans were told the Common Core standards initiative would allow more students – particularly low-income and minority students – to achieve “college ready” status in order to be successful in higher education. The supposedly more “rigorous” standards were sold as the way to achieve greater preparation for advanced education for American students. Recent evidence, however, demonstrates this is not the case.

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Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis Switches to GOP

Kentucky clerk Kim Davis, who was jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, has left the Democratic Party and joined the GOP, saying that the Democratic party abandoned her.

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John Calipari Tweets His Excitement Over Pope’s Visit

John Calipari, head coach of the University of Kentucky Wildcats, doesn’t want any part of the negativity surrounding Pope Francis’ visit to the nation’s capital. In fact, Calipari was so pleased to be headed to D.C. to see the Pope that he filled his Twitter feed with his excitement.

CAIR Calls in FBI… Over Spray Paint

The Council On American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), an American Muslim advocacy group with deep ties to Islamist outfits, has asked for the FBI to step in and investigate a purported case of vandalism against a mosque in Kentucky.

Five KY Schools Close Due to ‘Expected Traffic’ for Mike Huckabee’s Rally

Several students in one Kentucky county will have an extra long Labor Day weekend because their schools are closing on Tuesday in anticipation of GOP presidential candidate former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee’s rally for Kim Davis, the Rowan County Clerk jailed for refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses due to her religious beliefs.

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County Clerk To Do Time for Marriage

A federal judge ordered county court clerk Kim Davis to jail for contempt Thursday for refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses on the grounds that to do so violated her religious beliefs.