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Reason: Norm Davis of TBK to explain how we can get the counties more organized with more active groups across the state. This is being done so “We the People” can have a more sustained and effective effort on issues, legislation and elections. Norm has done this before in 1994 when Kentucky got a concealed […]

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Reason: Norm Davis of TBK to explain how we can get the counties more organized with more active groups across the state. This is being done so “We the People” can have a more sustained and effective effort on issues, legislation and elections. Norm has done this before in 1994 when Kentucky got a concealed […]

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Kentucky’s junior senator and and TEA Party favorite Senator Rand Paul (R) had to battle the leadership of both the Republican and Democrat parties in a vote on the re-authorization of the so called “PATRIOT” Act. The PATRIOT Act has given the Federal government too much unconstitutional authority to fight terrorism while violating the civil […]

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June 2011 TBK Meeting

Published on 27 May 2011 by in Meetings/Events

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Take Back Kentucky, Kentucky’s largest coalition of organizations, NORMALLY meets the 3rd Saturday of each month except in December when we meet the 2nd Saturday. The June meeting will be: Saturday, June 18th 1:00 PM Eastern/12:00 PM Central times We meet at the “FAMILY BUFFET” 121 Towne Drive Elizabethtown, KY 42701 (270) 763-0091 The following […]

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Tomorrow there will be 2 meetings in the state. One is the normally scheduled TBK meeting in E-Town, click here for details. We plan to discuss the Primary Results and where we go from here. We still have 3 good candidates on the ballot in November. Comer for Ag Commissioner, Kemper for State Auditor and […]

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There is a primary election coming up this May 17th and TBK would like for you to review this message from Norm Davis. I am Norman Davis and I am the President of “Kentuckians for the Right to Bear Arms”, Moderator for “Take Back Kentucky”, 2009 National Award winner of the “Freedom’s Heroes Award” and […]

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