Bluegrass Beacon: Some government distancing, anyone?

Some politically leftist groups and their enablers in Congress and the Kentucky legislature are seizing upon former White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel’s advice to “never let a serious crisis go to waste” offered during last decade’s Great Recession to push for costly policies that will outlast the coronavirus and hinder economic recovery across…

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…

Kentucky Chamber of Commerce president David Adkisson on Right-to-Work

We’ve been posting clips from the Right-to-Work press conference held in Frankfort on February 12, 2015. Right-to-Work is a hot topic in Frankfort because the lack of this law is hurting Kentucky’s ability to attract new business. Kentucky’s Chamber of Commerce is all about business, of course, so the chamber’s president, David Adkisson’s comments are…

You can’t be ‘conservative’ and advocate for the Nanny State, too

Once again, the state’s Smoking Nannies will be trying to convince lawmakers to absorb precious time during this year’s short 30-day session considering legislation that would implement a government-mandated smoking ban on all private property in Kentucky. There are many problems with such a policy – not the least of which it tramples on local communities…