With accomplishments like these…

House Speaker Greg Stumbo said this evening “I am proud of the important work accomplished by the legislature, as shown by the following partial list of new laws.” His list of “accomplishments” includes: HB 143, the pension raid billHB 144, the tax increase billHB 117, the pension payment deferral billHB 153, the milk regulation bill…

What to do next

The Kentucky Tea Party this past weekend seemed to inspire many of those in attendance. In fact, the most common question heard afterwards was “what’s next?” One good answer is Bluegrass Tax Liberation Day, the April 18 follow-up event to the Tea Party. Everyone is invited to Applebee’s Park from 11 am to 2 pm.…

Government transparency takes another hit

Fresh of breaking his campaign promise about making Congressional bills publicly available for five days before a vote, President Barack Obama’s blue-ribbon economic committee is now meeting in secrecy.This sentiment is firmly entrenched in Kentucky as well, where Gov. Steve Beshear repeatedly promised more spending transparency and an efficiency study of state government without any…

Kentucky Tea Party

– Great Success for Leland Conway and WLAP Radio! Congratulations to host Leland Conway and WLAP Radio for a super anti-tax tea party in Lexington on Saturday. Check it out here. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJUFdjk8hQI] And, don’t forget to join us for the BIPPS Tea Party on April 18th. Get details at www.bipps.org.

Cover them with what?!?!

Gov. Steve Beshear is calling next week ‘”Cover the uninsured week” with Passport Health Plan.’ Passport Health Plan is a Medicaid plan for over 140,000 Kentuckians. Might we suggest instead “Cover the uninsured with less expensive regulations week?” Repealing certificate of need regulations would be a much better approach than signing more people up for…