Chad Wilson VIEW VIDEO THRU THIS LINK! BIG PHARMACY AT WORK HERE IN KENTUCKY.IMMEDIATE ACTION REQUIRED..IF YOU CARE ABOUT THIS STATE...THIS PLANT..AND IT'S FARMERS. Legislators' Hot Line: 1-800-372-7181Legislative alert:HB 333 – Fentanyl Bill: In this bill they have buried something that will undo a lot of the good work Jamie Comer did when he was … Continue reading BIG PHARMACY AT WORK HERE IN KENTUCKY, IMMEDIATE ACTION REQUIRED!
Ms. Kendra Sams, 29 years old, was being lodged at the Laurel County Corrections. According to Facebook posts she suffered a seizure on July 12th which caused her to fall from the top bunk in her cell and land on the floor. She was not given medical attention at that time. At some point … Continue reading Regarding kendra sams – "lodged" at laurel county corrections" in kentucky…
Sumner (center) has lunch with students at John G. Carlisle School in Covington with Sheriff Chuck Korzenborn (left) and Superintentendent Alvin Garrison (right) (RCN file) Not only do they profile us as adults, they do it to our children as well! And it seems to me that all children are being approached and … Continue reading We have to stop the Government from abusing our children!
LINK TO KCHHI : Some background on the “KCHHI” Petition. It was re-written by Mary Thomas-Spears and modeled after the CALIFORNIA HEMP HEALTH INITIATIVE (shown below) which was started in 2012. It is important because it represents “REPEAL” of “PROHIBITION” at the State, Federal and Local levels of Government in the United … Continue reading Information on “KCHHI”–Kentucky Hemp Health Initiative
THE PETITION IS LOCATED HERE: (DIRECT LINK) http://www.petition2congress.com/9641/kentucky-cannabis-hemp-health-initiative-2013-2014/ It is my opinion that this is the Initiative we should be getting as many signatures on as possible so that we, as a group, can go to Sen. McConnells office at an opportune time and present it to him. At the … Continue reading O.K. EVERYONE THIS IS YOUR DAILY REMINDER THAT WE NEED SIGNATURES ON KCHHI !!
There are many tough places in this country: the ghost cities of Detroit, Camden and Gary, the sunbaked misery of inland California and the isolated reservations where Native American communities were left to struggle. But in its persistent poverty, Eastern Kentucky — land of storybook hills and drawls — just might be … Continue reading What’s the Matter With Eastern Kentucky?
Adam Beam, AP Business Writer 6:04 p.m. EDT June 12, 2014 FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Tobacco companies have agreed to pay Kentucky more than $110 million to settle a 10-year legal battle over the state's share of the tobacco master settlement agreement. In 1998, U.S. tobacco companies agreed to pay $229 billion to … Continue reading Kentucky reaches settlement with Big Tobacco
The Hijacking of the Kentucky Marijuana Party … via ShereeKrider on Facebook! On Saturday April 5th, 2014, I was notified by Brenda Eaton, a friend on Facebook that someone was using my name to duplicate my main profile account. From Brenda: “Someone is trying to steal your profile... I got a friend request from you … Continue reading The Hijacking of the Kentucky Marijuana Party
By Michael P. Tremoglie NEW YORK (MainStreet) — Will legalizing marijuana help or hinder some of the poorest of Americans? Appalachia has long been known for intractable poverty, coal and moonshine. But what many do not know is that marijuana is an Appalachian cash crop. Some say it will only help; after all, Appalachians … Continue reading Can Legalizing Marijuana Help Appalachia?
Using tree knocks, howlsand other signals, hunters lookfor creature in Barren County,Mammoth Cave National Park Charlie Raymond, of Prospect, Ky., (right) founder and lead investigator of the Kentucky Bigfoot Research Organization, leads a small team of people into the woods to search for Bigfoot, Friday, Jan. 3, 2014, in Barren County, Ky. The Kentucky Bigfoot … Continue reading Searching for Bigfoot
DEERFIELD, Ill. (AP) -- An iconic Kentucky original is being sold to a foreign company. Japanese beverage giant Suntory Holdings has agreed to purchase American spirits maker Jim Beam. The all-cash deal is valued at $16-billion. Beam stock shot up in premarket trading today after the deal was announced. Suntory is known for … Continue reading Japanese beverage giant Suntory Holdings has agreed to purchase American spirits maker Jim Beam.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. —Kentucky has seven lakes suspected of having excessive levels of toxic algae, but state officials aren’t revealing which bodies of water are being targeted for a second round of tests.
Kentucky environmental regulators are drawing water from the lakes for a second time for more rigorous laboratory analysis after initial samples showed concentrations of blue-green algae worthy of health advisories.
Kentucky Division of Water official Clark Dorman said the lakes involved in the most recent advisory aren’t run by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Five Corps-run lakes were the subject of a recent advisory.
Even though the state’s initial tests suggested health risks to the public, dogs and farm animals, state officials are declining to identify those water bodies.
by Andy Kopsa@andykopsa September 19, 2013 9:00AM ET $350 buys you a bump fire stock to turn a semiautomatic rifle into a machine gun My first night in Louisville, Jim showed me his guns. The born-and-bred Kentucky boy stores them in a hulking safe with a keypad lock, hidden inside a walk-in closet. Over 5 … Continue reading Fear and loading in Kentucky
Posted: 07/26/2013 6:02 pm The Health and Welfare Committee in Kentucky is slated to hold a public hearing on August 21 for Senator Perry Clark's proposed legislation that would legalize marijuana for medicinal dedications in his republic. "It's time. Forty percent of the states have already passed medical marijuana laws and Kentucky is … Continue reading Kentucky: Health and Welfare Committee to Hold Public Hearing Regarding Medical Marijuana Bill
Written by Matt Frassica The Courier-Journal 83-year-old caver still exploring underground: Roger Brucker has been exploring in and around Mammoth Cave National Park since the 1950s. Since then, Brucker has helped the Cave Research Foundation map hundreds of miles underground. Video by Matt Frassica, The Courier-Journal. The air was dry and cool, the steady … Continue reading Mammoth Cave system has yielded secrets to dedicated explorer
What comes to mind when you think about Kentucky? (Assuming you do think about Kentucky, that is.) I'm betting fried chicken, bourbon and horse racing. But some grassroots marketers are pushing to supplant those Bluegrass State images with this sentiment: Kentucky Kicks Ass. (That's "kicks ass" as in "We're really cool," as opposed … Continue reading Does Kentucky need a kick-ass makeover?
Published: December 15, 2012 By Rand Paul A recent national poll concluded that 43 percent of Americans believe unemployment and job creation is the most important issue facing our country. So it's no surprise that Republicans and Democrats in Washington claim to be big supporters of creating jobs. But the truth is … Continue reading Ky voices: Rand Paul: Legalize hemp to aid Ky. economy
By: Rev. Mary Thomas-Spears APPARENTLY YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND LAW OR YOUR CONSTITUTION NOR DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT, NOTHING IS AS IT APPEARS TO BE MOST THOUGHT IT WAS IMPOSSIBLE... FOR ME TO BEAT 6 FELONIES FOR TRAFFICKING IN A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, WHEN I NEVER DENIED MY GUILT. THOUGH I WAS CONVICTED OF … Continue reading TO ALL THOSE WHO BELIEVE THAT TOTAL REPEAL OF PROHIBITION IS IMPOSSIBLE… I SAY
LEXINGTON, Ky. – A Kentucky man was arrested for driving under the influence in what deputies have called unusual circumstances. The man was riding a horse. Danny Reynolds was riding his horse on a rural road near his house about 8 miles south of Nicholasville in Jessamine County. Sheriff's deputies told the 55-year-old … Continue reading Kentucky Man Charged With Riding Under The Influence
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — A Louisville lawmaker unveiled long-shot legislation Thursday to legalize marijuana for medical purposes in Kentucky, a state where police mount huge campaigns each year to cut and burn clandestine pot crops. Sen. Perry Clark, D-Louisville, said he wanted to get an early start promoting the legislation to make marijuana available by … Continue reading Sen. Clark moves to legalize medical marijuana