June 24, 2021

Report: Supreme Court Will Consider Kentucky Abortion Case

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear its first abortion case since the balance shifted to a 6-3 court. The High Court agreed to intervene in a lawsuit over a state abortion ban after Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron asked the Court to do so. “This case began as a challenge to a Kentucky statute regulating…

6-Year-Old Kentucky Girl Beats Cancer, Starts Online Bakery

A six-year-old from Kentucky has defeated leukemia and is now starting her own online bakery, serving up treats just in time for Valentine’s Day. Naiya Garner was diagnosed with leukemia at the age of two, received her last treatment last year, and is now cancer-free and looking ahead at her life without cancer. “I do…

Good News: Kentucky Passes Blue Lives Matter Law, Makes It A Hate Crime To Target Police.

To counter the instances of shooting in which police officers were targeted, the state of Kentucky has passed a new law that makes it a hate crime to target law enforcement. Republican Gov. Matt Bevin signed the blue lives matter bill into law. Louisiana also passed a law that afforded hate crime protections to police […]

Kentucky and Oregon Final Results

Tuesday evening, Kentucky’s Democrats voted in their primary, which was narrowly won by Hillary Clinton. They’ll split the delegates.  On the other side of the country, Oregon Republicans favored Donald Trump, the presumptive GOP nominee, and Bernie Sanders had somewhat of an upset victory over Clinton. (However, there was very limited polling.) On the Republican side, […]

Kentucky Clerk To Be Released From Jail

The Kentucky clerk who has been jailed for almost a week for refusing to issue gay marriage licenses is set to be released. U.S. District Judge David Bunning removed his contempt ruling Tuesday and told the clerk, Kim Davis, that she must not interfere with the issuing of gay marriage licenses, The Associated Press reports. […]

Kentucky County Clerk Defies Supreme Court Order to Issue Gay Marriage Licenses

Abraham Lincoln was supposed to have said on the occasion of meeting Uncle Tom’s Cabin author Harriet Beecher Stowe, “So you’re the little woman who wrote the book that started this great war.” Kim Davis, a lowly county clerk in Kentucky, has singlehandedly reignited the debate over same sex marriage. She is invoking “God’s authority” […]

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