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Next Meeting Take Back Kentucky is a coalition of organizations and individuals dedicated to the advancement of liberty and the preservation of the Constitution in Kentucky. We normally meet every 3rd Saturday of the month, except in December we meet on the 2nd Saturday Saturday, October 20th 1:00PM ET/12:00PM CT “FAMILY BUFFET” 121 Towne Drive […]

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TBKY Commonwealth of Kentucky Second Amendment Victory in Richmond, Kentucky case. Tuesday night, the Richmond City Commission held the second reading and final adoption of the amendment to ordinance 128.03. This brings the city into compliance with KRS 65.870. Last nights agenda can be seen here: https://www.richmond.ky.us/…/8-28-18-agenda-Public-Copy… All that is left to do on this […]

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Bill Goodman and Renee Shaw examine Kentucky’s “working poor” and middle class income earners struggling to make ends meet. The program features Louisville Courier-Journal writer Jere Downs and Kentucky Chamber of Commerce President Dave Adkisson. Scheduled panelists include: Jason Bailey, director, Kentucky Center for Economic Policy; Richard Nelson, executive director, Commonwealth Policy Center and a […]

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Take Back Kentucky Anti Second Amendment State Alert: City of Elizabeth town, Kentucky A KC3 member found a “NO GUNS” sign on a city-owned building in Elizabethtown. A picture of that sign can be seen here: https://www.dropbox.com/…/33600777_1708974412473622_5247615… After digging a little deeper he found out that city employees were being told they were not allowed […]

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2018 Champions of Liberty Event Align America is hosting the 2018 Champions of Liberty event on Friday, August 31 at the Covington Convention Center. The Northern Kentucky Tea Party’s inaugural Champions event in 2017 was wildly successful and this year’s event includes even more Champions! Align America is a 501(c)(3) organization designed to provide education […]

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During this past 2018 regular session, the Kentucky General Assembly passed House Bill 487, which starts to change Kentucky’s tax code from a production-based system—the income tax—to a consumption-based tax system. House Bill 487 lowers the personal income tax while broadening the base. States with booming economies like Texas, Tennessee, and Florida have one thing […]

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Good news, from Clay Davis and Mike Maharrey, the leaders of We See You Watching Lexington (the champagne of local resistance to warrant-less surveillance). Cheers, in case you missed it. Mike Maharrey puts philosophical principle over partisan politics. They won his legal battle with the City of Lexington, Kentucky on behalf of We See You […]

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