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It was 242 years ago when America's colonial leaders declared their independence from a tyrant who trampled their rights and usurped their self-rule. They outlined 27 specific violations citing a "long train of abuses" reaching back a decade to the Stamp Act and decided the relationship was irretrievably broken. So on July 4, 1776 the Founders formally separated from Great Britain and declared us a new nation. more

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In June of 2016, Gov. Matt Bevin appointed individuals to the Board of Kentucky Retirement Systems with significant investment experience. However, Attorney General Andy Beshear immediately filed a lawsuit to block these appointments and keep his father’s political appointees in place. There is no doubt that Kentucky taxpayers and pension beneficiaries won by AG Beshear losing the case. more

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Shortly after Judge Brett Kavanaugh was nominated to fill the current vacancy on the Supreme Court, partisan political opponents began their rounds on the cable news circuit and social media, issuing bombastic comments about the imminently qualified jurist. more

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As a former clerk for Judge Brett Kavanaugh and a native-born Kentuckian, I believe Brett Kavanaugh will be an excellent Supreme Court justice who is right for America and right for Kentucky. He has been a leading voice for individual liberty and presidential accountability, and his qualifications and character are unsurpassed. more

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Victims of human trafficking are often the most vulnerable in our communities – victims of abuse and violence, runaways, refugees, immigrants or those who are homeless. more
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