Northern Kentucky

Join with other liberty minded individuals from across Northern Kentucky for a combined meeting on the 4th Thursday of every month. The combined meetings start at 7pm but arrive at 6:30pm to socialize and meet fellow patriots. The combined monthly meetings are held at the Holiday Inn located at 7905 Freedom Way, Florence, KY 41042. The Holiday Inn Express is easily accessed off US-42 and I-75 at exit number 180.



Educate yourself on the Constitutional

Building Blocks for Liberty has scheduled Publius Huldah (PH) to come to West Chester Ohio on March 4th to present the case for NOT holding a Constitutional Article V convention for the purpose of Amending the Constitution to try and rein in politicians and judges.

We will watch PH show us from the Constitution itself as well as the Federalist papers why an Article V or "Convention of States" convention is a dangerous route to take.

Publius Huldah is a retired litigation attorney who now lives in Tennessee. Before getting a law degree, she got a degree in philosophy where she specialized in political philosophy and epistemology (theories of knowledge).
What: Why an Article V Convention is a Bad Idea
When: Wednesday, March 4, Doors open at 6:30, 7:00 PM Start
Where: Lakota West Freshman Auditorium, 5050 Tylersville Road, West Chester, Ohio 45069



Executive Amnesty Must End

According to an article in the Daily Caller Republican leadership is not aggressively seeking to stop the silly Democratic filibuster. The Democrats are hiding behind the filibuster so they won’t have to show their hand on executive amnesty. It appears that our phone calls  gave Speaker John Boehner some needed backbone. Boehner is not backing down on Executive Amnesty and stated there would be a DHS shutdown if the Senate didn’t act. We may need to assault the Senate switchboard again as the deadline 2/27/15 aproaches. (202) 224-3121



The Myth of Kentucky's Gas Tax Crisis

No doubt you've heard the wailing and seen the hand-ringing about Kentucky's gas tax dropping due to the lower gas prices we are seeing. Our own Fiscal Court voted 7-1 to pass a resolution asking the State legislature to 'stabilize' the road fund, though the resolution failed to indicate how it expected the legislature to accomplish this. The resolution, no doubt provided by those with an interest in growing the Transportation department budget, avoided any discussion of the real facts about the gas tax.

Read more: The Myth of Kentucky's Gas Tax Crisis



Legislative Alert

Right to Work, Prevailing Wage, and Local Option Sales Tax all up today, Thursday, February 12 in Frankfort. Make the call to your legislator 1-800-372-7181.

Follow this link to Take Back Kentucky's Legislative Alert where you can get the details.

Support Senate Bill 1: Kentucky Right to Work

Support SB 9: Limiting Prevailing Wage

Oppose HB 1: Local Option Sales Tax



Frankfort Captial Tour and Training

Frankfort Captial Tour and Training

Don't miss this chance to tour the capital and learn more about the legislative process with Take Back Kentucky.  Training will be held at the capital building at 700 Capitol Ave, Frankfort, KY 40601 on February 5 at 8 AM.

  • You will learn what the state legislature does and the process of a bill from Robert Jankins
  • Brother Lee Watts (speaker from our first combined meeting) will explain his ministry
  • Boone County Senator, John Schickel will give the legislators perspective
  • Tour the captial building
  • Attend committee meetings
  • Observe the legislative process

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See the day's schedule below:

*Thursday Feb 5th 8:00 Capitol Annex Room # 113

--Robert Jenkins from the LRC to explain what the LRC does and the process of the bill. --Bro. Lee Watts to explain his ministry to the legislature. --Sen. John Schickel from Boone County to explain the legislator perspective.

*9:30  Capitol Tour – Meet at the Rotunda entrance (you can get there through the annex tunnel)

*10:30 – 2:00 Committees and Meetings – Use this time to attend Committees or if you want to meet with your legislator be sure to set up a time during this period. You may also get lunch at some point during this time, there is a cafeteria in the basement. Call 1-800-372-7181 and ask to be directed to your legislator to set up a meeting.

*2:00 Session Starts – We will get tickets for the House and Senate Chambers for you to observe the legislative process. This usually starts at 2PM everyday but it could be sooner or later.

*Committees meetings available for us to observe: --Senate Judiciary @ 10AM Annex Rm 154 --Senate Education @ 11:30 AM Annex Rm 171 – This is a good time to try and hit legislators up before or after about Common Core. --House Labor and Industry @10AM Annex Rm 149 --House Tourism @ 10AM Annex Rm 131 --House Health and Welfare @ Noon Annex Rm 169 --House State Government @ Noon Annex Rm 154