Bluegrass Beacon: Ideologues’ selective concerns are for the birds

Pollution containing large amounts of ideologically driven hypocrisy and political correctness seeps from unbalanced environmental extremists’ efforts to ensure that Americans don’t forget the catastrophe of the largest oil spill in the nation’s history that occurred five years ago. We should remember and then some. Let’s do all that’s humanly possible to prevent a repeat…

News Alert: Monday’s town hall meeting at the National Corvette Museum: Right-to-work works for Kentucky communities

  For Immediate Release: Friday, May 15                                                                 Contact: Jim Waters (270) 320-4376 (BOWLING GREEN, Ky.) — Join the Bluegrass Institute, Kentucky’s first and only free-market think tank, and several other national and statewide groups and representatives at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green (Exit 28 @ I-65) on Monday, May 18, from 6 p.m. to 7:30…

The Bluegrass Institute goes to the Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C.

THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION Cordially Invites You   Local Right-to-Work Ordinances: Legal and Policy Questions Featuring Jim Waters President, The Bluegrass Institute   Jason Nemes Fultz Maddox Hovious & Dickens PLC Representing Hardin County in UAW V. Hardin County Hosted by James Sherk Research Fellow in Labor Economics, Institute for Economic Freedom and Opportunity, The Heritage…

Right-to-work: Counties need not wait for a legal ‘resolution’

While 12 Kentucky counties have passed American’s first local right-to-work ordinances, only one – Hardin County, which passed legislation in January allowing employees to say “no” to paying union dues without losing their jobs – has been the subject of a lawsuit by labor unions. Some county magistrates who supported first readings of local right-to-work…