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    Hal Heiner owes me an apology

    When I asked Hal Heiner last year to help with the effort to stop ObamaCare in Kentucky, he looked at me like I didn’t have any Grey Poupon. That wasn’t really a problem; having people look down their nose at you from time to time is just part of the deal. But Heiner’s continued insistence that he would do nothing to get Kentucky out of | Read More »

    Matt Bevin fell for ObamaCare’s next big lie

    We all know by now that President Barack Obama was lying when he said if you like your health insurance you can keep it, but Kentucky gubernatorial candidate Matt Bevin apparently didn’t get the memo about another lie. There is no provision in the so-called “Affordable Care Act” for states dumb enough to accept the Medicaid expansion to later rescind their acceptance despite presidential claims | Read More »

    Only one Kentucky candidate to reverse ObamaCare

    Kentucky must shut down its ObamaCare exchange and GOP gubernatorial candidate Will T. Scott will do that on his first day in office, making him the only candidate holding this position. “The only thing we get out of surrendering on ObamaCare is Barack Obama’s appreciation,” Scott said. “My primary opponents already gave up that fight last summer telling the Chamber of Commerce what they wanted to hear. I | Read More »

    One million Kentucky Baptists right to do this

    Kentucky is about to become a testing ground for a revolutionary approach to reporting news that does not bode well for Obamacrats or the mainstream media. A former long-time Frankfort reporter will head up a statewide newspaper without advertising, subscriptions or left-wing biased reporting. Roger Alford, communications director for the Kentucky Baptist Convention, will be the paper’s editor and publication will begin on an undetermined date | Read More »

    Is ObamaCare working in your state?

    Kentucky’s ObamaCare “exchange” quietly announced in the holiday haze that 806,783 state residents have signed up for Medicaid under the ObamaCare mandate since October 1, 2013. That’s interesting, because when ObamaCare started the same bureaucrats’ official count of uninsured Kentuckians was 640,000. Meanwhile, they also tout a Gallup poll claiming more than 500,000 of Kentucky’s 4.4 million population remains uninsured. So by their own numbers, | Read More »

    Kentucky’s “Halbig” cases advance

    The Kentucky Court of Appeals will hear two cases challenging Gov. Steve Beshear’s unilateral implementation of the “Affordable Care Act” in Kentucky. “Our system of government is on trial here,” said David Adams, plaintiff in both cases. “Governor Beshear has created a mess by violating state law to force Kentucky into ObamaCare without required legislative approval. If Kentucky’s judicial branch won’t stop him in this | Read More »

    Kentucky Governor’s embarrassing ObamaCare distraction from Hobby Lobby failure

    Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear did not veto budget language earlier this spring defunding ObamaCare in the Bluegrass State because, he said, federal funds would be available to fund it throughout the two year budget cycle. That was a lie and he just admitted it in writing. In an executive order filed with Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes late yesterday, Beshear attempted for the third time to administratively create | Read More »

    Mitch McConnell can’t kill this ObamaCare defunding effort

    Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear had ten days to veto the General Assembly’s agreement to defund ObamaCare in Kentucky and start a huge fight for today and tomorrow, but he didn’t do it. Now, he must accept reality and start taking down the Kentucky Health Benefit Exchange. At the top of page Page 124 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act it states “No federal funds for continued | Read More »

    Obamacrat turns profiteer; media yawns

    The Associated Press Frankfort Bureau ran a story today in the Louisville Courier Journal about Kentucky’s largest ObamaCare profiteer, Kentucky Health Cooperative (KYHC) CEO Janie Miller, without mentioning she was responsible for setting up much of the state’s ObamaCare scheme as a Beshear Cabinet official. Miller left her position as Secretary of the Cabinet for Health and Family Services in February of 2012 and almost immediately resurfaced with | Read More »

    ObamaCare covers abortions in Kentucky

    Kentucky’s health insurance cooperative, the “public option” created by ObamaCare with a massive federal subsidy, covers abortions in violation of state law. KRS 304.5-160 plainly forbids insurers from covering “elective abortions,” which it defines as an abortion performed for any reason other than to preserve the life of the mother carrying the baby. On page 17 of the individual health contract provided by the Kentucky Health | Read More »