Northern Kentucky

Northern Kentucky Meetings are held on the
4th Thursday of every month at 7 pm.
The next meeting will be held on 10/23 at:

Holiday Inn Express
7905 Freedom Way
Florence, KY 41042



Say No To Tolls

Today the Kentucky Governor's Communications Office issued a media advisory alerting us to a significant announcement about funding for a replacement Brent Spence Bridge.   Kentucky Gov.  Beshear, Ohio Gov. John Kasich and U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood are scheduled to announce their plan to impose more taxes upon us.  The government rulers think this is a major milestone to celebrate but it is nothing more than another tax.  We encourage our local officials to come and stand with us in opposition to more taxes!  It is time to stand up and be counted...remember Martin Niemoeller!

If you have had it with more taxes join with us in opposing paying more taxes for a bridge that should be funded by the existing federal gasoline taxes you pay.  How about we build bridges in America and stop sending our money to the anti American governments in Egypt, Libya, Pakistan.........

Do you cross the bridge for work?  Do you work for one of the following companies:  Duke Energy,
AK Steel, Dunnhumby, Fidelity, Fifth Third, First Financial, Frisch's, Frost Brown Todd, General Electric, Kroger, Proctor and Gamble, Univ. of Cincinnati, Western Southern?  Check out the full list here.
If so is your company going to give you a $1,300 raise to pay your toll?  $5 toll x 5 days/week x 52 weeks of work = $1,300 per year.  Duke is getting a new substation out of the deal.  What are you
going to get??...more taxes.

When:  12:30PM, Wednesday, December 12.  The press release starts at 1:00PM so arrive by

WHERE: 360 Restaurant Radisson Hotel Cincinnati Riverfront, 668 W. Fifth St. Covington, Ky.

WHO:  Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear, Ohio Gov. John R. Kasich, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood, State and local officials

WHAT: Show up in opposition to tolls.  Public Private Partnerships or P3's always use tolls so this is announcement is nothing but smoke and mirrors.  Tolls are Taxes!  Show up and say NO!  Contact your legislator....Kentucky 1-800-372-7181

Check it out on Facebook:  We Are Against Brent Spence Tolls



Speaker Boehner Needs To Go

In the next few days, the United States Congress will vote on whether or not to keep John Boehner as House Speaker.
In the past few days, Speaker Boehner has waged a war on Conservatives and the Tea Party by removing a number of Tea Party freshmen and other strong Conservatives from their important positions on key committees. He has also warned all Republicans in Congress that he's watching their votes. This is the type of old school GOP thinking that has cost us the last two Presidential elections and the country. Americans sent true Conservatives to Congress to get the country back on track. Boehner can't control their votes so he's removing them from committees and threatening them.
John Boehner needs to go!
Please call your Congressman Thomas Massie as soon as possible and tell him or her that you EXPECT them to vote against John Boehner's reelection as Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. It's time to send a strong message to the Republican Party that we will not have our votes cast aside and that we expect them to fight against Obama's massive tax hikes, not roll over and give him whatever he wants (as speaker Boehner has already alluded to). Call Congressman Massie local Ft Mitchell office at 859-466-3210 and ask to speak to Mary
We must take a stand or lose our country!



Build the Bridge

The following is a copy of the letter I sent to both our Senators, Thomas Massie and Speaker Boehner. I urge each of my fellow patriots to do the same. We are up against a well funded PR campaign to build a toll bridge. We need the Fed to step in and do their job before we are stuck with tolls. Two things we know about tolls are, they will increase and most of them go on forever.

President Obama came to Cincinnati twice to have his picture taken with the Brent Spence Bridge as a prop. His inference was clearly that he was interested in building a replacement for this span that carries two major interstate highways. It is time for actions to replace words.

The Transportation Department has set aside over $80 billion to build railroads and buy land for a so called land bank. This is a first step in installing the UN agenda 21.

We need to change the priorities of this department by taking some of this gas tax money and spend it on what should be higher on their list, building the bridge that will relieve this bottleneck.

I urge you to recognize this duty of the Federal government to maintain the interstate highway system and secure the funding needed for this important project.      



Let The Feds Build The Bridge.

I am so proud of our Northern Kentucky legislators for seeing through the Chamber of Commerce's attempt to get them to pass enabling legislation to build a toll bridge.The people from the Chamber stated that there are other ways but did not present a viable option.

Now that this option has been shot down, perhaps they can spend the millions of dollars they collected for public relations where it can do some good. Take the money to Washington, talk to Representatives Boehner and Massie,  Senators Brown, Portman, McConnell and Paul. The money can come from the billions of dollars the Transportation Department has set aside to build railroads and land banks.(Is it even legal for this department to spend money to set aside land?)  Another option is to take the money from what we are sending overseas to buy friends by building bridges and mosques there.

They can also try to talk to the President about his inferred promiseto build the bridge when he came here twice for photo ops. 



KY Special Districts Not Governed by a Code of Ethics

Each and every day of the year firefighters come to the rescue of those in need. The actions’ of firefighters is truly heroic when it is clear that they have decided to act entirely of their own volition in putting themselves at risk to protect the public or colleagues. These people are not just doing their job, they are the heroes who take each task to heart and each life saved is a victory for their team. When the World Trade Towers collapsed on September 11, 2001, firefighters were among the first on the scene. As people were rushing down the stairs to escape, firefighters were rushing up those same stairs to help bring people out of the building. As they went up to put out the raging fires, many were caught in the buildings' collapse. Approximately 250 firefighters sacrificed their own lives to save others. Their actions will never be forgotten.

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