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KY settled a voter rolls lawsuit w/ Judicial Watch, & though we're not Ohio, there are some ramifications for voters in our state. Read this to learn more!
I'm the publisher of this operation, and of all the things we need right now, the BIGGEST need we have is people who can WRITE who want to be REPORTERS.
I've started looking at some of the groups I work with, or in. And, I've started asking: How inclusive is our activism, really?
You say you want good journalism? A press that protects us from government and corporate overreach? A strong, free press? Well, then — pay for it.
We start our new #NotNormal series with something that is definitely not normal: Matt Bevin not releasing his tax returns, even though he promised to do so.
For those unfamiliar with the Poor People's Campaign, here is a backgrounder taken from their own press releases, web sites, and social media channels.
"The new normal." It's a phrase heard more and more in both national and state politics. It means we just have to accept whatever is happening, because it is now what's normal and acceptable. We're calling BS. Loudly.
For decades, anyone wanting to illustrate the moral depravity of the Nazi regime would point to the treatment of the children. Children ripped away from parents, families split apart and destroyed. All because to the Nazis, these people were subhuman. And now the United States is headed down the same road.
It seems that whenever we do one of these candidate profiles, there is a moment, a sentence, that just really stands out, that crystalizes the candidate or the candidacy. Here's the one for Seth Hall, candidate for Congress from the 4th congressional district:
It's almost the end of primary season, and that means it's time for election shenanigans to reach their peak. Let's look at some of the intentional (and unintentional) fun and games as we head toward May 22.
Sheri Donahue has been an engineer. She's worked in cyber security. She's led national organizations. She's worked in D.C., and she's briefed admirals. Now she wants to take all her engineering and professional and problem-solving experience, and use it to make Kentucky's state senate better.
Brian Pedigo is not a newcomer to politics. He's worked on campaigns, and even run for Congress to make sure a Republican didn't run unopposed. But when he heard Brett Guthrie brag about being an "architect" of the GOP healthcare scam, Brian decided it was time to run again.