Don’t Abolish the County Constable

Published on 16 January 2017 by in Issues

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There are several reasons not to abolish the County Constable, first of which is it is a Constitutional Office, we at TBK are not too fond of opening the door to tinkering with the Constitution. Like the Sheriff, the Constable is elected by the people, and when it comes to law enforcement it is important […]

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LRC Shows Bias Against Governor Bevin

Published on 12 September 2016 by in Issues, Legislation

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The LRC is supposed to be a non-political, non-biased organization within government that is supposed to provide various services to the legislators. One of those services is the issuance of the Interim Legislative Record, which is not only a benefit to the legislators but everyday citizens as well. The interim committee hearings are where regulations […]

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Constitutional Carry in Kentucky

Published on 12 September 2016 by in Issues

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At the August TBK meeting we voted to support Constitutional Carry. Passing permitted conceal carry in Kentucky was a signature accomplishment in the 90’s and we are proud of that battle and victory. It’s now time to move forward and further reclaim our rights. Constitutional Carry means legally restoring right to bear arms, concealed or […]

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Freedom of the Press

Published on 12 September 2016 by in Issues

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At the August meeting we had a wonderful, inspiring, and informative presentation by Richard Lewis on Freedom of the Press and some of the issues we face when exercising that right. If you were not at the meeting you truly missed out. Hopefully we will be able to convey the main points in this summary. […]

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We were excited to have 10th Amendment/Nullification Advocate Michael Maherrey speak at the TBK July meeting. Michael is the national communications director for the 10th Amendment Center, and he lives right here in Kentucky.  Below are some of the many points he made during his presentation: Fighting impulse to centralize from Conservatives and Liberals to […]

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Child Welfare Reform

Published on 11 August 2016 by in Issues

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We were honored to have the First Lady, Glenna Bevin’s Chief of Staff, Sarah Durand visit us in July, and talk about the First Lady’s efforts in child welfare reform, which encompasses adoption and foster care as well. Below are several areas of concern, and what the First Lady is trying to do to address them: CPS There […]

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Kentucky Senator Rand Paul is adding his voice to the growing opposition here in Kentucky to REAL ID. He is now a co-sponsor of the REAL ID repeal legislation in the Senate, S.2440, joining Representative Thomas Massie in the House, as he is a co-sponsor of H.R. 4375. TEA Partier’s are against it, the ACLU […]

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