In memoriam, for my Father… Above: Kenneth Eugene Hardesty and Marie Nelson Hardesty 1941 Kenneth Eugene Hardesty was born February 10, 1917 in Irvington, Kentucky. He was enlisted October 10, 1941 out of Jefferson County, Kentucky and Served in New Guinea, Southern Philippines (liberation); Luzon. He received an Asiatic Pacific Theater Ribbon with (3) Bronze … Continue reading Happy Birthday Daddy!
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
AGRICULTURE AT FARMINGTON IN THE 1810-1840 PERIOD The Farmington Hemp Farm in Louisville, Kentucky Farmington was a 550-acre hemp plantation. Hemp was the principal cash crop, but not the only one. No Kentucky plantations were single crop operations. Diversified farming was the norm. One reason for this was the … Continue reading This was a working “HEMP” Farm that was a mile away from my home in Louisville KY
PICTURE THIS! 1941 PICTURES OF PEARL HARBOR ATTACK ON PEARL HARBOR RADIO BROADCASTS FROM DECEMBER 7, 1941 For some reason, I NEVER forget when the Seventh Day of December comes around each year. December 7, 1941 sticks to my memory like glue. I may not know what the date is … Continue reading In Remembrance: December 7, 1941 Pearl Harbor In Honor of my Father…