New FCC broadband plan: Downloading diminishing freedom for Kentucky citizens, businesses

Just where does the fed appetite to control and take over our private sector end? Not at your computer, apparently. A long-awaited plan on broadband Internet connections announced March 15 by the Federal Communications Commission signals government interference in the private sector is about to grow. President Obama now appears poised to apply his spread-the-wealth…

Will Kentucky lawmakers keep their oath to preserve the Constitution, protect their constituents?

Brooke Rollins, President & CEO of the Texas Public Policy Foundation made this prediction regarding Sunday’s assault on Americans’ freedom via health care legislation in Washington: “The president and congressional leaders have said they know better than the Americanpublic—dismissing public opposition in the name of socializing our health caresystem, betting that the public will support…

Fired principal files appeal

As expected, Peggy Petrilli, the principal who was removed under highly questionable circumstances from the Booker T. Washington Academy in Fayette County in 2007 has filed an appeal to her original lawsuit. As we reported, the Kentucky Department of Education just returned a decision concerning allegations from Petrilli’s school district that she cheated on CATS…