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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 NKY Tea
You are invited to a national security briefing with
These are all private events and a $5.00 fee will be collected at the door.
Please register using Eventbrite link.
Thursday, March 23 from 7 P.M. to 9 P.M.
Doors open at 6 P.M.
Holiday Inn Express
7905 Freedom Way
Florence, KY 41042
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS---7905 FREEDOM WAY ---- FLORENCE, KY 41042
7:00PM – 9:00PM ( DOORS OPEN AT 6:00 PM ) --- $5.00 @ THE DOOR PLEASE REGISTER : ACTSOUTHWESTOHIO.EVENTBRITE.COM
Trevor Loudon is a celebrated author, filmmaker and political commentator from New Zealand, who has been researching the radical left for more than 30 years.
Trevor recently finished his hard-hitting political documentary, “The Enemies Within”. Trevor also discovered the long-hidden relationship between notorious Hawaiian Communist Party member Frank Marshall Davis and the young Barack Obama in 2007.
After extensively researching Obama’s ties to the New York and Chicago Marxist movements, Loudon began publishing his findings online, catching the eye of such prominent voices as Accuracy in Media and syndicated radio host Glenn Beck.
In 2009, Loudon exposed the communist roots of Obama’s “Green Jobs Czar”, Van Jones. After an extensive campaign by Glenn Beck and others, Jones was forced to resign from his White House position.
Since 2011 Loudon has toured the United States promoting his two books “Barack Obama and the Enemies Within” and “The Enemies Within: Communists, Socialists and Progressives in the U.S. Congress” – an extensively footnoted expose of the rapidly unfolding Marxist takeover of the United States government.
Loudon has addressed more than 400 conservative, tea party, religious and Republican groups in more than 37 states.
Loudon has interviewed many people from both sides of the struggle over the years to former Western intelligence offices, to government undercover operatives inside the communist movement, to former KGB officers.
This research has given Loudon unique insight into how often extensively minuscule communist parties have been able to manipulate, and even control policy formation in many Western countries – particularly the “main enemy:” the United States of America. Loudon’s research shows that this is not just a historical problem, but is a very grave and looming threat which will not only impact America’s national security but indeed her very survival.
Written by Jan Skavdahl
Rand Paul's Northern Kentucky Barnburner Saturday, October 22nd.
Join us for the event everyone will be talking about. Rand Paul's Barnburner located at the Sparks farm in Walton. The campaign will be serving up barbecue and beer, music by the Marty Connor Band, wine by Brianza Winery in Verona. This is an great outdoor event with plenty of shelter beautiful southern Boone County scenery.
What: Northern Kentucky Barnburner
When: 5:30pm, Saturday, October 22
Where: The Sparks Barn, 1750 Beaver Road, Walton, KY 41094
Written by NKY Tea
The Combined Meeting of the Northern Kentucky Tea Party meets the fourth Thursday of each month at the Holiday Inn, Florence, KY. This Thursday, March 24 the NKY Tea will host Dr. Wayne Lewis, who will speak on Charter Schools. Dr. Lewis is an Associate Professor at the University of Kentucky. Dr. Lewis obtained his PhD from North Carolina State University. Dr. Lewis has championed charter schools in Kentucky based on his research in the Louisville and Fayette County public schools. He spoke to the Kentucky Legislature’s Interim Joint Education Committee on the severe achievement gap issues in the Fayette County Public School District between white and African-American student proficiency. His quote to the Kentucky legislature,
“What happens to those children if we don’t provide them with alternative options?” Have we gotten to the place where we are more interested in defending institutions that don’t serve children well?"
Dr. Lewis is a champion behind Kentucky Senate Bill 8. Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin is a champion for charter schools.
What: Combined Tea, Charter Schools with Dr. Wayne Lewis
Where: Holiday Inn, Florence, KY. Easy to get to I75 and US 42 right next to the Florence Freedom baseball field.
When: 7pm, Thursday, March 24.
Learn more about Dr. Lewis at the Bluegrass Institute where the mission is "Empowering Kentuckians to secure their liberties." www.bipps.org Bluegrass Institute Public Policy Solutions.
Written by Garth Kuhnhein
Join Senator Paul in a Town Hall meeting, ask questions and get his candid insight. Rand Paul is the Senator Northern Kentucky overwhelmingly elected in 2010 and who we need to rally around in 2016.
Get there early to get a good seat. Register here ....we need to make sure there are enough seats available! Plan to stay after to talk politics and enjoy the Civic Club.
When: 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM, Wednesday, August 17
Where: Lookout Heights Civic Club, 1661 Park Rd, Fort Wright, KY 41011
Easy to get to, just off Dixie Highway and Kyles Lane. Plenty of free parking.
Written by NKY Tea
In 2010 the Northern Kentucky Water District wanted to raise the rates by 25% to install new equipment mandated by the federal EPA. Water rate increases must be approved by the Kentucky Public Service Commission. The Northern Kentucky Tea Party was contacted by Dr. Hugh Henry, a physics professor at Northern Kentucky University who was researching the science behind the EPA regulations. Dr. Henry published a paper and it was pier reviewed that showed the expensive equipment that the EPA was requiring was not improving or protecting water users in any way. A pdf of the pier reviewed paper is available by clicking here. Diligent research of the original EPA documents showed that the EPA missed the cost estimates that consumers would pay by 2,280%. Based on these falsehoods the NKY Tea took the rare step of intervening in the PSC rate case. The late Duane Skavdahl, Esq. put up a valiant and formidable case against the rate increase but the onslaught of big government could not be stopped. The brief filed by Duane is available by clicking here in the hopes that someone impacted by the Lexington rate increase will pick up where the NKY Tea left off. The NKY water district was ultimately granted the 25% rate increase and this year another 9.5% rate increase was approved.
During the 2010 time period the NKY Tea reached out to other communities and warned them that similar increases in the cost of water would be coming to their communities. Fast forward to 2016 and check out this article in the Lexington Herald Leader, "Kentucky American Water wants to increase residential bills by 17%."
Maybe this time around the Public Service Commission say no to the rate increase. It is time for Kentuckians to stand up to the EPA and say , "I'm mad as hell and not going to take this anymore."