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What You Can Do to FREE KY Amish farmer Samuel Girod

Please do whatever you can! First and very important, sign and share this petition — the FDA and the judge need to know we are watching: This blog post makes a great social media share. Or use any piece of the page, feel free to use the photo. Share away!!! The Backstory The FDA is trying to put KY Amish farmer Sam Girod in jail for 58 YEARS for a labeling infraction on an herbal salve he’s made for over 20 years. Sign and . . . → Read More

KY Amish Farmer Jailed over a Salve Label; the FDA Wants Him Jailed for Life

I know it sounds like I made up a terribly inflammatory headline… but it’s not JUST inflammatory. It’s true, the Girod indictment is below. Amish farmer Sam Girod of Owingsville makes 3 products: a chickweed salve, a bloodroot salve and an essential oil blend called Sine Eze. The photo of the 3 products was just taken on my iPad on my desk. You can find similar products online. In fact, you’ll find the recipes online. You can make these products in your kitchen, it’s not rocket science. . . . → Read More

Response to the Louisville Metro Council’s Assault on Police Chief Conrad

Here’s the article outlining the assault. Er, meeting. The short video at the top of the article is informative. THE PROBLEM: Violence in Louisville neighborhoods. Dear Louisville citizens, LOOK OUT. Your Metro Council just instructed your police chief to give his cops free rein. Let’s start with Chief Conrad’s fantastic and noteworthy response: “I do support [my officers]. I do have their back. That said, I have a long list of expectations. They will treat people right. They will treat people with respect. They will . . . → Read More

Hello, my name is Peggy. I live in Kentucky and I use medical Cannabis.

EDITOR’S NOTE: I heard Peggy’s story at a recent townhall meeting. I asked if she would share her Kentucky medical Cannabis story here and she said yes without hesitation. She knows the risks, but, as Peggy pointed out, if people aren’t willing to stand up and show Kentucky’s legislators that #cannabisismedicine with tremendous benefits and no side effects, things will never change. I was diagnosed with stage 3 invasive ductal carcinoma on July 1, 2013. As recommended by my doctor, I had the left breast removed. I wanted the . . . → Read More

LETTER: Guard Your Constitutional 2nd Amendment Rights

Dear Editor: Let’s consider some actual facts on “Gun Violence” in the US: In an interview with anti-gun Carol Costello on CNN’s Newsroom, the Executive Director for Gun Owners of America, Mr. Erich Pratt, presented some critical facts few people ever think about or are ever aware of. (Ms. Costello had attacked gun ownership based on “stunning numbers from the CDC”). Here are some of Mr. Pratt’s responses: 1. To her erroneous claim attributed to the CDC that “more than 33,000 people die from firearms every single . . . → Read More

Kentucky Midwives: the Trouble with Begging for Regulation

The Kentucky Home Birth Coalition (KHBC) is working to pass a law regulating and licensing Kentucky midwives. Here is a Youtube presentation on the proposed Kentucky midwifery bill. Here is the KHBC’s website. At yesterday’s Take Back Kentucky meeting, Mary Kathryn DeLodder of KHBC and I presented our opposing views. The bottom line is that, while we agree on the problems currently plaguing the midwifery situation here in KY, we strongly disagree on the solution. SUMMARY Midwifery was “legalized” in Kentucky in 1954, . . . → Read More

Forced Vaccinations on the Docket for ALL Americans

This is as serious as it gets. Government employees get to decide if you are sick, then detain you for 72 hours without due process, and have the authority to administer forced vaccinations. Even if you are pro-vaccination, do you want a TSA agent deciding your medical treatment? Click here for details and what you can do to stop this insanity. This is an assault. Behave accordingly. . . . → Read More

Brace Yourselves: Calendar Set for General Assembly’s 2017 Session

FRANKFORT – The 2017 Regular Session of the Kentucky General Assembly is scheduled to begin on Jan. 3 and will last 30 legislative days. As usual during in an odd-numbered year, in which sessions are half as long as in even-numbered years, the session will have two parts. The first four days of the session – Jan. 3 to Jan. 6 – will focus on organizational work, such as electing legislative leaders, adopting rules of procedure and organizing committees. The introduction and consideration of legislation can also begin during . . . → Read More