Bluegrass Beacon: Bethlehem’s star passed through Frankfort before settling over Louisville on Election Night

As part of his embarrassing Election-Night meltdown that’s garnering national attention, House Speaker Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg, encouraged Democrats to find a Republican to thump over the head with a Bible the next morning. After admitting he didn’t know whether Jesus was a Democrat or Republican, Stumbo astutely observed “Mary did not ride an elephant into…

Thursday on WEKU: BIPP debates AFL-CIO on right-to-work

Bluegrass Institute president Jim Waters will debate the merits of right-to-work policy with Kentucky State AFL-CIO president Bill Londrigan this coming Thursday, Nov. 12, from 11 a.m. to Noon (Eastern) on WEKU-FM’s Eastern Standard with host John Hingsbergen. Listen online here to the program, which can be heard at 88.9 FM across central and southeastern…

News release: Gov.-elect Bevin’s principled platform features many of the Bluegrass Institute’s signature policy solutions

For Immediate Release: Wednesday, Nov. 4   Contact: Jim Waters @ 270.320.4376 (LOUISVILLE, Ky.) — The Bluegrass Institute, Kentucky’s first and only free-market think tank, congratulated Matt Bevin on his victory in Tuesday’s gubernatorial election and stated its support for his principled platform that will bring new ideas and common-sense solutions to the serious problems…

MEDIA ALERT: News Conference on Thursday, Oct. 29, to oppose proposed resataurant tax increase in Shelbyville

The Bluegrass Institute will join with concerned taxpayers and business owners at a news conference at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 29, outside Shelbyville City Hall, 315 S. Washington St. This news conference will be held to express opposition to plans by the Shelbyville City Council to raise the city’s restaurant tax by a whopping…