OP-ED: ESG Hurts Kentucky's Economy and Our Teachers, Firefighters, and Police Officers

By Attorney General Daniel Cameron

FRANKFORT, KY– Kentucky is an energy state. We benefit from the competitive advantage that comes with having abundant fossil fuels and using them to produce low-cost electricity to power our homes and businesses. This is why I am defending Kentucky from an ESG movement that would destroy the Commonwealth's competitive advantage and cripple our economy.

Op-Ed: A Path for Clear, Balanced Beverage Options

By Sara Massey, Executive Director of the Kentucky Beverage Association

Beverage aisles at the grocery store look a lot different now than how they did when I was little. Alongside all the “regular” sodas, Kentuckians can find zero sugar and reduced sugar options and sparkling waters on every shelf, in every flavor imaginable.

Secretary of State_Michael Adams-ClayCoNews
Secretary of State Michael Adams

Kentucky S.O.S. Adams: We Must Invest in Civics to Inform and Reengage an Increasingly Isolated America

Inform and Reengage an Increasingly Isolated America

Op-Ed by Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams

For many Americans, the first image that comes to mind when they hear the term “civics” is not the White House or a voting booth, but rather an animated piece of paper singing on the steps of the Capitol Building.

KY -Gubernatorial Candidate- Eric Deters, ClayCoNews
KY Gubernatorial Candidate Eric Deters

Election 2023, Eric Deters is the Most Censored Candidate for Governor of Kentucky: Op-Ed by Brent Willoughby

- Update: November 29, 2022, 9:15 PM EST, Contact information at bottom, please direct any inquiries to me personally, thank you -

Op-Ed by Brent Willoughby

Clay County, KY (November 27, 2022) - On September 21st of this year I became aware of a situation that I felt was truly disturbing.  A candidate for the governor's race in the commonwealth of Kentucky was being "uninvited" from an event in Floyd County by the Republican Party of that county.  That candidate was Mr. Eric Deters.

Opinion Column by: The Catholic Bishops of Kentucky, Archbishop Shelton Fabre, Bishop John Iffert, Bishop John Stowe, OFM, Conv, and Bishop William Medley

Kentucky Bishops: Vote YES on Pro-Life Amendment #2 

Hi there: October is Respect Life Month in the Catholic Church, an annual celebration of the value and dignity of every human person. During this month, Kentucky’s four Catholic Bishops penned the following column encouraging Kentucky’s more than 350,000 Catholics—and all people of faith—to join them in voting Yes on Constitutional Amendment #2 this November. Their full column appears below my email signature.


Jason D. Hall
Executive Director
Catholic Conference of Kentucky


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