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.
Written by Tom Wurtz
Thanksgiving is an American Tradition that first occurred because of capitalism succeeded and personal property rights were established. One local writer wonders if the Pilgrims could have survived, much less celebrated Thanksgiving, if they needed a petition drive and endless court proceedings to remove the shackles of central planning.
Written by NKY.COM
The Joint Interim Council on State and Local Government head a hearing to learn about problems with how the NKAPC petition was handled in an attempt to correct future problems. You can read about it by clicking here. The Kenton County Clerk was invited to attend and speak but she was unavailable. Interestingly, the Chair of the Committee, Senator Damon Thayer, commented that an elected official has NEVER rejected an invitation to an attend and speak to the Council. The Clerk spoke loud and clear to the more than 24,000 people that signed the petition that she did not want to hear from them either. The following is a summary of what the numbers represent.
Written by Kenton Tea
Join us this Wednesday and learn how the NKAPC and Vision 2030 facilitator's just might be manipulating the meetings and the data to support their more control and more regulation agenda. Yes, agenda 21 is alive and well in Northern Kentucky. Attend the meeting and learn how the system is working against your freedom.
Residents of Independence need to to attend and learn about the forced taking of private property for green space within your city. Learn the truth about the Independence Community Small Area Study's overall vision and prepare yourself for the 7:00PM, November 14th meeting at Simon Kenton High School. All landowners in Northern Kentucky should follow and participate in this, if you value your property!
Attend this meeting and learn that your SD1 taxes are paying for over $400,000 towards those lovely trees in the aptly named I75 Rain Forest. Did you know that cost overruns on the project will likely result in you paying for another $200,000 towards those lovely trees? Of course you and other federal tax payers are already paying the other $400,000 towards those lovely trees. Yep, that is over a million dollars! SD1 says this project will "significantly improve the aesthetic value of this open space," yep I really feel better now.
Did you know that SD1's "watershed plan" is reportedly not being looked upon favorably by the US EPA? Did you know that SD1 is talking about billions of more dollars and additional litigation becasue EPA is not happy? Yep the EPA and SD1has no intention of stopping until they get 3% of your adjusted income.
When: Wednesday, September 9, 6:00PM till 7:30PM
Where: PeeWee's Restaurant 2325 Anderson Road
This is the last regularly scheduled meeting we will have in November so get your dose of "Tea" for the month at this meeting. We encourage everyone to attend the NKAPC Vision 2030 meeting on Thursday, November 17, see article below. The next scheduled Kenton Tea meeting is December 7 and we will have a presention on the Fair Tax by KY State Director, Karl Pfeifer.