Melissa Martin, Ph.D.

Op-Ed: Is the Federal Reserve the Financial Elephant in the Room?

Op-Ed by Melissa Martin, Ph.D.

A mammoth elephant continues to stomp around in the sovereign nation of the USA and beyond. This creature bellows and challenges anyone that dares to disagree. It is comfortable in the Oval Office and the Halls of Congress while sticking its middle finger up in the sacred places of justice and liberty for all. Our Constitution is mocked as autocrats destroy and devastate the economy over and over and over – the end goal being a global empire with the wealthy at the top of the power pyramid and the rest of us at the bottom.

Wendy Griffin

Op-Ed: They Want Your Guns / Your Vote Matters!

By: Wendy Griffin

Wendy Griffin lives on the Eastern Shore of Delmarva where she works in public policy. Additionally, Wendy is a writer, an educator, and a doctoral candidate at Liberty University.

I used to think that politics weren’t my thing. I never ran for a political office, and I doubted I ever would. BUT…after working in public policy for several years, I realize that what does matter…are my Constitutional rights. And if I am committed to protecting my constitutional freedoms…as best I can…for as long as I can, then I have a responsibility to vote.

Senator Rand Paul

SENATOR Rand Paul mentions Clay and Martin County, Kentucky in OP-ED

Sen. Paul: Money Returned to the Treasury Surpasses $5.7 Million

By Senator Rand Paul

It’s April. For some, that connotes warm memories of spring rain and Easter Sunday. For others, it regrettably means one thing: taxes. This month, many families across Kentucky will begrudgingly gather around the dinner table, pore over documents, and file taxes for the previous year. Then, later that day, they will review their budgets and plan for the next year.

Tim Robinson is president and CEO of Addiction Recovery Care (ARC), which offers treatment and recovery services throughout Kentucky.

Op-ed Submission: Fentanyl-Driven Addiction Crisis Requires Both Treatment & Prevention

By Tim Robinson

Every day in the United States, more than 270 people die from drug overdoses. That’s one person roughly every five minutes.

Attorney General Daniel Cameron

OP-ED: Biden’s Energy Policies Harming Kentucky Families

By Attorney General Daniel Cameron

FRANKFORT, KY (February 22, 2022) – In the last several weeks, our Office of Rate Intervention has heard from thousands of Kentuckians with concerns about the staggering increase they’ve seen in their utility bills. For many in our communities, it’s costing double and sometimes triple their average bill just to heat their home this winter. Makenze and I aren’t immune either. Our energy bill increased significantly in the last month.


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