Kenton County Meetings are held on the
2nd Wednesday of every month at 6 pm.
The next meeting will be held on 5/9 at:
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 Express 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 Kenton Tea
The primary campaigns are in their final week and now is the time for patriots to participate, stand up tall and cross the finish line. The following is a list of activities for this week. Stay tuned as we promise to keep you up to date as things develop.
Wednesday, May 14: Kenton Tea:
This meeting is a work meeting. Also scheduled as our last candidate introduction is Mr. Robert Winter, candidate for Circuit Court Judge. Following a presentation by Mr. Winter we have several activities planned.
Where: Madison Project Office, 7821 Dream Street, Florence, KY 41042
Questions: Larry Brown, 859 282-0222
Written by Kenton Tea
The Tea meetings attract candidates as a good place to introduce themselves and get a pulse of the community. A recent visit by Kenton County Attorney Stacy Tapke prompted the following response. In a nutshell Kenton County needs a change.
Kenton County Attorney candidate Stacy Tapke previously spoke in front of the Tea Party and while she played up parts of her resume, she conveniently failed to mention her close connections with the Northern Kentucky Area Planning Commission (NKAPC), an unelected board that sets tax rates with no accountability to Kenton County taxpayers.
Tapke is the handpicked successor to her retiring boss, Gary Edmondson. Tapke worked for Edmondson and then was immediately hired on by Edmondson in the County Attorney’s Office after graduating from law school in 2004. She is also an associate in his private law firm.
Written by Legate Damar
While I was attending a Kenton County Tea Party meeting one Wednesday evening at Pee Wee’s I was surprised to see Kris Knochelmann stumping for his campaign for Kenton County Judge-Executive. The reason I found it so unusual was because he was campaigning to a group who cherishes values consistent with liberty; fiscal responsibility, limited government, and free markets. While serving as Kenton County Commissioner on the previous fiscal court, Kris Knochelmann promoted and ultimately voted for the partial smoking ban that is now the law of the land in Kenton County. Support for a smoking ban is not consistent with the values of limited government or free markets. Private property is essential in a free market system and dictating to a private business what it can do on it’s own property violates private property rights and is a classic example of government overreach.
Written by Kenton Tea
Thank You Veterans
November 11 is our day to remember that freedom is not free. Today we honor and remember those that have served and are serving in uniform. The words of Ronald Reagan remind us that all Americans must defend and cherish freedom because as he said in 1967, "Freedom is a fragile thing and is never more than one generation away from extinction. It is not ours by inheritance; it must be fought for and defended constantly by each generation, for it comes only once to a people. Those who have known freedom and then lost it have never known it again." Let us be ever vigilant and respectful of those that wore and wear uniforms to protect our God given right to freedom and liberty.
Matt Bevin Tonight Kenton County GOP Meeting
Tonight at the 6pm meeting of the Kenton GOP, Matt Bevin, will introduce himself as a candidate for the United States Senate. All Republicans are encouraged to attend to meet and hear what Matt Bevin has to say and to ask him questions. The meetings typically last about an hour with plenty of time to stay after to discuss the growing conservative movement in Kenton County and across Kentucky. When: 6pm, Monday, November 11
Where: 1717 Dixie Highway, Suite 100, Fort Wright, KY 41011 (park behind the Fifth Third Bank and enter the side door of the multi story building)
Kenton County Fiscal Court Meeting:
Attend these meetings to learn what is happening in your county and across the state. On the agenda is approval of $539,000 in state money--your money--for the "Bromley Crescent Springs Road multi-use path. There is no shortage of money in government if we are spending our tax money on paths. When: 9am, Tuesday, November 12
Where: Kenton County Courthouse, Independence, KY
Kenton Tea Party
Following an update from County Commissioner Kris Knochelmann join us for a planning meeting on the direction of the Kenton Tea for 1014. Bring your ideas and a comittment to educate yourself, communicate with others and to PARTICIPATE in changing the course of our city, county, state and country in 2014.
When: 6pm, Wednesday, November 13
Where: PeeWees Restaurant, Crescent Springs
Road Trip this Friday
Join us this Friday, November 15 as we travel to Frankfort to participate with Matt as he officially files his papers to enter the race for the Republican nomination for US Senate. After Matt files at the Secretary of State's office, we will gather in the Capitol rotunda and Matt will give a campaign update.
Watch for email updates and web postings on where we will meet to carpool to this event.
WHAT: Matt Bevin Capitol Rotunda
WHEN: Wednesday, November 15, 2013 at 12:00 p.m. EST WHERE: Capitol Rotunda 700 Capitol Ave Loop Frankfort, KY
Written by Kenton Tea Mtg
The Kenton County Tea meets the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. The next meeting is 6pm, Wednesday, October 9 at PeeWees Restaurant, 2325 Anderson Rd, Crescent Springs, KY. The meeting end at 7:30. Some eat dinner, some have something to drink and some only come to participate in the meeting. At the Oct 9 meeting Kentucky Senator Chris McDaniel is speaking on Worker's Comp special funding. Jamie Comer, Kentucky Agricultural Commissioner is also speaking.
Tolls are expected to be a big part of the meeting. The Enquirer has sold us down the road and want us to pay tolls. Our Northern Kentucky legislators must stand united against tolls. We do not need any John McCains or Lindsay Grahams in our NKY Caucus. We need unit cohesion within our ranks.