Attorney General Daniel Cameron

OP-ED: WILL KENTUCKY ATTORNEY DANIEL CAMERON JOIN THE FIGHT FOR FREEDOM OF SPEECH?

Opinion-Editorial by Melissa Martin, Ph.D. 

Freedom of Speech is being defended by two U.S. attorneys general and the Joe Biden censorship squad is being sued for social media collusion. Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt and Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry, bold warriors of justice are on the frontlines.

OP-ED: Shocking Discovery of Headstones Removed by CCBOE from Hoskins Cemetery in Manchester, Kentucky! PHOTOS / Stored or DISCARDED?

Dewey Finley grave CCBOA with Dewey Finley headstone storage inset

Left: Paul and Debra Bray at Dewey Finley's grave in Hoskins Cemetery on Memorial Day 2022 - Right: CCBOE building with inset photo of Dewey Finley's "stored" headstone

Opinion Editorial by Brent Willoughby

Recently the Manchester Enterprise published an article on July 8th, 2022 entitled "Hoskins Cemetery now relocated" about the completion of moving the Hoskins Cemetery.  In this article the unnamed author claimed that "all deceased persons had been moved to Memorial Gardens or 3 private cemeteries."  The headstones had been collected and the one's that could be re-used at the family cemeteries would be.   Markers had been ordered for the deceased being relocated to Memorial Gardens and the rest, "not being utilized are being stored by the board of education until research could be done to see who had a legal right to claim them." Lastly the article states "They will remain stored until a determination is made."

Stella B. House Attorney at Law, P.S.C.

OP-ED: Public deserves Transparency from Board of Education (CCBOE) in Manchester, Kentucky

Opinion Editorial by Stella B. House Attorney at Law, P.S.C.

According to a CNN article, entitled “What Schools Can Do With Their Covid Stimulus Money” by Katie Lobosco, CNN (Updated 8:09 AM EDT, Thu April 8, 2021), “[w]hen the pandemic first hit, the CARES Act authorized about $13 billion for K-12 schools, or about $270 per pupil. The bill passed in December delivered about $54 billion, or $1,100 per pupil, and the most recent package allowed for $128 billion in spending, that amounts to $2,600 per pupil, according to Phyllis Jordan, editorial director at a non-partisan think tank at Georgetown University called FutureEd.”

Melissa Martin, Ph.D.

Op-Ed: Power People / Profit is not a Dirty Word, but Violations of Civil Liberties and Human Rights are Crimes against Humanity

Opinion-Editorial by Melissa Martin, Ph.D.

Power is neutral. It’s what individuals and groups do with power that determines whether their motives are for or against humanity – on a continuum scale. Who are the puppet masters and who are the puppets of the power pie? Profit is not a dirty word, but the violations of civil liberties and human rights are crimes against humanity. And money equals power.

Melissa Martin, Ph.D.

OP-ED: PHONY FED - PHONY MONEY  

Opinion-Editorial by Melissa Martin, Ph.D.

Is the Federal Reserve (aka the Fed) a phony baloney business masquerading as patriotic and noble. The Fed prints money and loans money to the United States government and charges interest. How can that be? Is it a system of funny-money with smoke and mirrors?

 

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