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Kentucky to start randomly auditing homeschooling families as public school attendance plummets

6/15/2016 - Homeschooling is on the rise in Clinton County, Kentucky. Over the recent years, it has seen a 10 to 15 percent increase in homeschool families, and it is believed that this trend will continue in the coming years. According to the Clinton County News, the increase is due to improved access to homeschool...

CDC-driven paranoia gone wild: Kentucky hospital invokes ISOLATION LOCKDOWN over patient with chicken pox

8/6/2015 - Officials at a regional medical center in Kentucky ordered the facility locked down days ago after a patient presented in the emergency room with two strains of chicken pox, prompting many to criticize the move as a gross overreaction driven by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-hyped fear. As...

Kentucky cops invade home without warrant, kidnap children, brutalize pregnant mom, all from anonymous complaint

5/24/2015 - Did a Facebook "un-friending" lead to the abduction of ten homeschooled Kentucky children by the local sheriff's department? No one knows for sure at this point, but given the fact that the family has yet to be told what prompted the Breckinridge County Sheriff's Department to remove the children --...

Kentucky Ag Department sues DEA for refusing to release industrial hemp seeds

6/1/2014 - The federal Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), which every year destroys the lives of thousands of Americans who exercise their God-given right to use and/or grow a natural plant (cannabis), is the subject of a new lawsuit. Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer is suing the DEA for refusing to release...

Court hearing in Kentucky over Justice Department's illegal seizure of hemp seeds

5/25/2014 - A federal court in Louisville, Kentucky, heard oral arguments May 23 from lawyers and officials with the state Department of Agriculture in a case which seeks to force the U.S. Department of Justice to release imported hemp seeds. U.S. District Judge John G. Heyburn II considered a motion for a restraining...

Kentucky installs industrial hemp agriculture; more states to follow

5/20/2014 10:51:27 PM - Allowing full-spectrum hemp agriculture would be a boon for mankind and mother Earth. Hemp is one of the easiest plants to cultivate, requiring little or no fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides. And beyond the growing awareness and use of marijuana's medical miracles, hemp plants offer a wide range...

Corrupt cop extorts innocent Kentucky man for prescription drugs

11/26/2013 - Cases of estranged police behavior continue to show up in reports nationwide. From restricting parents from picking up their children at school to firing rounds of ammo at a van full of children and other bizarre incidents, police behavior has become outright embarrassing in America. While there...

Kentucky sheriff announces resistance to federal gun grabs

1/17/2013 - During America's Civil War, the state of Kentucky remained a "border state," one geographically situated between the North and South and which remained officially neutral in the conflict. Now; however, a Kentucky sheriff is choosing sides over the Second Amendment, stating plainly that he has no intention...

Help restore food freedom in Kentucky by supporting S.B. 47

2/11/2012 - Corporate agribusiness and the pharmaceutical industry are together working towards achieving a total monopoly on human health that includes restricting Americans' free access to the foods of their choice. And in an effort to restore some of this freedom that has already been lost, concerned Kentuckians...

Kentucky co-op members defy government quarantine on their raw milk

7/11/2011 - In what is perhaps the first major demonstration of courageous opposition to government tyranny, members of a Louisville, Ky.-based food cooperative recently put local and state regulatory officials in their place. After an official from the Louisville Metro Department of Health and Wellness (LMDHW)...

Kentucky Sues Maker of OxyContin over Marketing Deceptions, Addictive Qualities of "Hillbilly Heroin"

2/1/2008 - The state of Kentucky and several counties in that state have filed a lawsuit against Purdue Pharma, manufacturer of prescription painkiller OxyContin. The lawsuit alleges that the company has engaged in deception over the addictive and potentially harmful nature of the drug, and seeks reimbursement...

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