Amish Arrested

Published on 24 September 2011 by in Information, Issues, News

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Recently here in Kentucky (Graves County) a group of Amish were arrested for not displaying the orange reflective triangles that the sate requires be added to a buggy (or any slow moving vehicle) for safety purposes.  Most of us have seen or are aware that many of the Amish here in Kentucky comply with this […]

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Take Back Kentucky recognizes that there are many problems with our immigration system and enforcement thereof. Take Back Kentucky deeply sympathizes with and understands the concerns of those advocating for the E-Verify system, in fact some within TBK support it in some measure. However, it has been pointed out in the past that ultimately this […]

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The FDA’s War on Nutrients

Published on 13 August 2011 by in Issues

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A News Release by the National Health Federation  outlines the effort to regulate nutrients   THE FDA’s SCHEME TO RECLASSIFY NUTRIENTS AS DRUGS By Byron J. Richards, CCN August 06, 2011   The FDA and Senator Durbin’s latest attack against the dietary supplement industry should leave consumers for natural health options at affordable prices up […]

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In a pleasantly surprising turn of events in what was thought to be just a legal stepping stone that would lead to an appeal to a much higher court was actually won in traffic court in Oklahoma on July 21st. However, as the update below explains the legal battle will continue as this now turns […]

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Update – Kaye Beach; her fight for each of us The battle has begun, the stage is set, and the players have gathered. Kaye Beach began a personal struggle a few short months ago when she decided she would not renew her state driver’s license.  Kaye exhausted all administrative measures to protect her personal information […]

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REAL ID Legal Battle Brewing

Published on 29 June 2011 by in Issues, News

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Take Back Kentucky has joined with several grassroots organizations across the country like Secure Arkansas, OK-SAFE, Freedom 21 and the Constitutional Alliance to stop REAL ID. Some may still be unaware of what REAL ID is, so in brief it is an National ID program that calls for the storage and sharing of your personal […]

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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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