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Tim Peacock

Tim Peacock
Tim Peacock is a lifelong writer and has worked as a civil rights advocate for over twenty years. During that time he’s worn several hats including leading on campus LGBTQ advocacy in the University of Missouri campus system, interning with the Colorado Civil Rights Division, and volunteering at advocacy organizations. He also manages a news analysis blog (Peacock Panache) that focuses on civil rights, LGBTQ issues, church/state & atheism issues, women’s rights, and politics. You can learn more about him at his personal website: http://tpeacock.com
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Kenneth Stepp Brings His Legal Experience to CD5

This fall Kenneth Stepp hopes to appear on the ballot running for Congress in Kentucky’s Fifth District. If he wins the upcoming Democratic primary on May 22, Stepp will face off against Republican incumbent Hal Rogers (R-Somerset).

Rep. Stan Lee blames mass shootings on “lack of religion in...

Responding to the mass shooting in Florida, Rep. Stan Lee blamed lack of religion in public schools. Pointing to students allegedly being forbidden to pray in or bring Bibles to school, Lee proclaimed, "You drove God out of the school house, what do you expect?" BUT - there are two major flaws in his argument.

ACLU-KY finds issues in “Bible literacy” classes

After conducting an Open Records Act investigation of all 173 school districts across the state, The American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky (ACLU-KY) has found several schools offering “Bible literacy” classes that fall outside the boundaries of state and federal law.

GOP Lawmaker Files Bill To Protect Motorists Who Hit Protesters

Rep. Wesley Morgan has pre-filed a bill that proposes removing liability from any driver who 'unintentionally' hits a protester on a public street.

State House Rep Proposes Total Abortion Ban

A KY state rep just pre-filed legislation that would not only outlaw all forms of abortion, but could also make miscarriage a felony offense.

ACLU Sues Bevin For Blocking People On Social Media

ACLU filed a lawsuit against Gov. Bevin for blocking users on his official social media platforms, arguing this violates their First Amendment rights.

Controversial Federal Judge Nominee John Bush Confirmed

The Senate just confirmed Louisville attorney John Bush to the Federal bench, even though the nomination was controversial. Tim Peacock outlines why.

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