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Thank You!

Thank You!

Thanks Scott Hofstra for his insights on the bills coming up during the current General Assembly and thanks to everyone who attended our January meeting. Please don't forget to contact your legislators about the bills that were mentioned....

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Get a Gun, Folks!

Get a Gun, Folks!

In 1929, the Soviet Union established gun control: From 1929 to 1953, about 20 million dissidents, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated. In 1911, Turkey established gun control: From 1915 to 1917, 1.5 million Armenians, unable to defend...

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Them Today, Us Tomorrow

Them Today, Us Tomorrow

Reprinted from afa.net, Oct. 28, 2021. Authored by Matthew White, AFA Journal staff writer. It’s not always only those who are directly affected by present troubles who take a stand and make change. It’s often those who know they are next. John Hart, one of the...

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Congressman Massie’s Fight to Abolish the DoE

Members of Congress are seeking to pass legislation to terminate the unconstitutional and Deep State-controlled Department of Education (DOE). H.R. 899 is sponsored by Representative Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) and co-sponsored by 14 additional representatives, while S....

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Vaccines and Election Integrity: June Meeting

Despite the steady downpour outside, the NKY Tea Party filled the back room of Peewee’s Place for our monthly meeting. While enjoying dinner and drinks (I highly recommend the sloppy jo sandwich with sweet potato fries) we discussed key conservative issues with two of...

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Coffee and Candidates: May Meeting

Over eighty-five patriots met at a local bar and grill on a sunny, but chilly, May evening. As we enjoyed the delicious food and drew our jackets closer, local politicians and business owners drew our attention to some key issues facing Kentucky.  State Senator John...

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Rendezvous with Rand Paul: Key KY Issues

Last Friday, members of the NKY Tea Party and leaders in NKY economic development had breakfast with Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) to raise questions and discuss needed reforms for Kentucky and to get his take on what we can do to make Kentucky a better place for economic...

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Meeting with Massie: April Meeting

The NKY Tea Party filled all three levels of the restaurant’s outdoor patio at our latest meeting. With his microphone in hand so he could be heard by all, Congressman Thomas Massie walked across each deck to take questions and give us an update on what’s happening in...

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Free Choice — Not Free Money

Free Choice — Not Free Money

Education shapes culture. It influences student’s career choices, which affects the state economy. Education molds our expectations of the world and of ourselves. Education is so important that some parents spend thousands of dollars and work long hours to provide...

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Numbers for House and Senate Leadership: Use Them!

Numbers for House and Senate Leadership: Use Them!

Contact information for House and Senate Leadership. Call leadership in addition to calling your district representative. House Leadership David Osborne David.Osborne@lrc.ky.gov LRC: 502-564-4334 Work: 502-645-2186 David Meade David.Meade@lrc.ky.gov LRC: 502-564-4334...

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Legislative Update: Fighting Mandatory Vaccinations

Legislative Update: Fighting Mandatory Vaccinations

The vaccination issue isn’t just between crunchy moms and big-pharma anymore. The hysteria over COVID-19 has everyone asking the question “Should I get the vaccine? Is it safe? Is this the best way to return to normal?” Whether you decide to receive the vaccine or not...

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What to Expect in January

Hello Friends, See attached for the flyer that was distributed at the Bean's gathering yesterday. (This is the information every citizen needs to support important legislation to reign in our governor). In addition, below are a couple things that were shared at the...

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How your Legislator Voted and What to do About it

How your Legislator Voted and What to do About it

As students are waiting to hear whether they passed organic chemistry or made an A in British literature, Kentucky patriots are looking at a different type of report card. Scott Hofstra of the United Kentucky Tea Party has graded our Northern Kentucky legislators...

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