Hello and welcome to Take Back Kentucky, a liberty oriented website serving the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Through the content offered on our page, we present pressing political issues that threaten the liberty of our Commonwealth’s citizens. We invite you to take part! Come to a meeting, follow us on Facebook and Twitter(see links on lower right hand column), or sign up for our e-mail alerts.
Also pardon us if some pages are not complete or missing information, we are currently in a state of updating some items on our website.
Please See the ALERTS Tab to the right or the Legislative Alerts Page under the Legislation Tab Above
Take Back Kentucky is a coalition of organizations and individuals dedicated to the advancement of liberty in Kentucky. We normally meet every 3rd Saturday of the month, except in December we meet on the 2nd Saturday
Saturday, May 16th, 2015 1:00PM ET/12:00PM CT
121 Towne Drive
Elizabethtown, KY 42701
Current 2015 Legislative Alert
- Oppose: SB 29 Gas Tax Increase – Issued Feb 4th
- Oppose: HB 513 Gas Tax Increase – Issued March 1st, Updated March 8th
- Support: SB 7 Ultrasound Bill – Issued Feb 5th, Updated March 1st
- Oppose: SB 67 CCDW Training Change – Issued Feb 5th
- Oppose: HB 2 Increasing Minimum Wage – Issued Feb 5th; Updated March 1st
- Oppose: HB 1 Local Option Sales Tax. Issued Feb 12th; Updated March 1st
- Support: SB 40 Medical Cannabis – Issued Feb 16th;
- Oppose: HB 443 Public Private Partnerships – P3’s – Issued Feb 16th
- Support: HB 206 Rectify Mandatory Workers Comp Law – Issued Feb 22nd, Updated March 1st
- Support: HB 70 Former Non-violent Felons Right to Vote – Issued Feb 22nd
- Oppose: HB 8 Dating Violence - Issued Feb 23rd; Updated March 1st, Updated March 8th
- Support: SB 54 Keep Seasoned Law Enforcement – Issued Feb 24; Updated March 1st
- Oppose: HB 24 OTC Cough Meds Restrictions – Issued Feb 24; Updated March 1st, Update March 4th,
- Oppose: SB 115 Books for Brains - Issued Feb 25th; Updated March 1st, Updated March 8th
- Support: SB 71 Student Religious and Political Liberty Bill – Issued March 1st, Updated March 8th
- Oppose: HB 4 $3.3 Billion Teachers Pension Bond – Issued March 1st
- Support: HB 321 Redact SSN’s on Voter Registration Records – Issued March 2nd, Updated March 8th
- Oppose: HB 267 Driving Certificates for Illegal Aliens – Issued March 2nd
- Oppose: HB 296 Election Rights Regulations – Issued March 2nd
- Oppose: HB 100 Energy Project Assessment Districts – Issued March 3rd, Updated March 8th
- Support: HB 33 Repeal and Replace Common Core - Issued March 3rd
- Oppose: HB 229 New Energy/Electricity Regulations – Issued March 4th
We have just finished up the 2015 legislative session, we have left the alerts page active so people can see what all went on this session. Shortly we will be releasing our final update on the session. Campaign season is starting to kick into high gear and we have at least one endorsement we want to make the citizens of Kentucky aware of.
Handouts and Bill Mark-ups of interest.
From the Commonwealth Policy Center Calling All Candidates & Campaign Workers Think Kentucky is moving in the wrong direction? Think Frankfort needs a course correction? Then do something about it! Come and learn about what it takes to run an effective campaign. Legislators, media professionals and political activists will share on topics of campaign organization, […]Read More
Take Back Kentucky is a coalition of organizations and individuals dedicated to the advancement of liberty in Kentucky. We normally meet every 3rd Saturday of the month, except in December we meet on the 2nd Saturday Saturday, May 16th, 2015 1:00PM ET/12:00PM CT “FAMILY BUFFET” 121 Towne Drive Elizabethtown, KY 42701 (270) 763-0091 1:00-1:15 Welcome & […]Read More
Take Back Kentucky decided at the April meeting to endorse Ryan Quarles for Kentucky Agricultural Commissioner. Quarles as shown an ability to listen and work with the grassroots, we believe Quarles will continue the work started by the current Ag Commissioner James Comer, as well as a vision of his own for the future that […]Read More
March Meeting Recap: Sorry we forgot to give a report on March last month for everyone but here are the highlights from the meeting. Attorney General Race Whitney Westerfield: Sen. Whitney Westerfield, Republican Candidate for Attorney General spoke to us and took some Q & A. It’s no secret that TBK members have not always […]Read More
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Take Back Kentucky is a grassroots coalition of organizations and individuals in the state dedicated to the advancement of the Constitution, Liberty and Free Markets. We normally meet on the third Saturday of every month except in December we meet on the second Saturday. Our Next meeting is: Saturday, April 18th, 2015 Family Buffet 121 […]Read More
This election cycle, we have a real chance to take Kentucky in a positive direction, as we are blessed to have several good candidates running for Governor. However, Take Back Kentucky announces its official endorsement of James Comer, currently the Kentucky Agricultural Commissioner, as the best overall candidate in this race. Comer is from Monroe […]Read More
Take Back Kentucky has several issues of which we are engaged in or have taken stances on. A brief list of those would be as follows. The order in which they are presented are of no particular importance.
- Pro-Second Amendment/Gun Rights
- Pro-Private Property
- Pro-Food Freedom
- Pro-Industrial Hemp
- Pro-Medical Cannabis
- Pro-Civil Liberties
- Pro-Education Choice/Home-school
- Pro-Privacy and Due Process/Anti-Surveillance
- Anti-Common Core, or any other Federal/Corporate Standardized Education System
- Anti-Universal Healthcare or any variation thereof
- Anti-Illegal Immigration
- For the Repeal of the 17th Amendment
- Anti-REAL ID/Biometrics
- Anti-Agenda 21
- Audit of and the eventual End of the Federal Reserve
Our mission is to preserve the God given rights that are recognized in the constitutions of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the United States of America. We believe in the American principle of dual sovereignty and that preservation of Kentucky’s sovereignty is essential.
The US Supreme Court has ruled that the States are not an extension or branch of the Federal government and that it is the duty of those States to protect the rights of their Citizens. The Federal government is a result of the States creating and ratifying a Constitution, and is therefore an agent of the States. Our focus is to reestablish the government of the Commonwealth of Kentucky as a protector of the Citizens of Kentucky from an overreaching Federal government.
In order for Kentucky’s government to act responsibly in its duties to its Citizens we feel it is crucial that Citizens exercise their civic duties and responsibilities. We are committed to education on the issues and involvement in the governmental process. Focusing on legislation and the voting records is essential in holding our elected officials accountable. So we encourage involvement in the election process.
To accomplish this mission we must build coalitions of like minded individuals and organizations that are rooted in Liberty, Freedom, the Constitution, and Capitalistic ideals. The motto of the Commonwealth of Kentucky is “United We Stand, Divided We Fall.” Let us not fall but move forward toward restoration of our founding principles to provide a better future for our posterity.