June 2022 Statewide Meeting in Elizabethtown

This month’s meeting is Saturday June 18th, 1:00PM EST to 4:00PM EST at Family Buffet at 121 Towne Dr, Elizabethtown, KY 42701! Our keynote speakers will be Shannon and Eric Cila. In September 2020 Shannon went on a birthday trip to a popular gun range in Oldham County, and then spent the weekend in a filthy jail cell over mask ...

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May 2022 Statewide Meeting in Elizabethtown

  This month’s meeting is Saturday May 21st, 1:00PM EST to 4:00PM EST at Family Buffet at 121 Towne Dr, Elizabethtown, KY 42701! We will review the results of the primary from Tuesday and look to what opportunities and challenges we can anticipate going forward. We’ll be joined in this discussion by Kentucky Liberty’s TJ Roberts, whose nonprofit produced some ...

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May 17th 2022 Primary Endorsements

Here’s our final list of endorsements that the voting body authorized at our meetings. US Congress Seats: 2nd Congressional District: Lee Watts 4th Congressional District: Thomas Massie Kentucky House Seats: 15th House District: Rebecca Raymer – Butler and Muhlenberg Counties 18th House District: Jacob Clark – Grayson and part of Hardin County 24th House District: Courtney Gilbert – Green, Hart, ...

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April 2022 Statewide Meeting in Elizabethtown

April Meeting Agenda This month’s meeting is Saturday April 16th, 1:00PM EST to 4:00PM EST at Family Buffet at 121 Towne Dr, Elizabethtown, KY 42701! With the veto and final action days of the 2022 session on Wednesday and Thursday this week, everything in the legislative session will be over, so we’ll have a chance to look at the results ...

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March 2022 Statewide Meeting in Elizabethtown

This month’s meeting is Saturday March 19th, 1:00PM EST to 4:00PM EST at Family Buffet at 121 Towne Dr, Elizabethtown, KY 42701! With the last two weeks of the regular session before the veto and override periods upon us, things are going fast and furious, with lots of dirty games being played. We’ll go over current fights going on over ...

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February 14, 2022 HB51 Call Alert

CALL NOW! HB51 would end forced masking in public schools and universities, and stop the administration from retaliating against child care facilities that do not force masking. It should be heard in committee early Tuesday, 2/15! So please call 800-372-7181 today and leave a message to the House Education Committee to “Stop government-forced masking in schools and child-care facilities and ...

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February 2022 Statewide Meeting in Elizabethtown

This month’s meeting is Saturday February 19th, 1:00PM EST to 4:00PM EST at Family Buffet at 121 Towne Dr, Elizabethtown, KY 42701! Our keynote speaker will be State Representative Savannah Maddox, who has been working tirelessly to defend our gun rights and medical freedom and has been standing up to the lockdowns and mandates in Frankfort long before it became ...

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Arrangements for Scott Hofstra

United Kentucky TEA Party Spokesman and frequent Take Back presenter Scott Hofstra passed away unexpectedly this week. We mourn the loss of a Kentucky patriot and his family and friends are in our prayers. Visitation will be from 5:30 PM until 8:30 PM, Friday, January 14, 2022 at Chism Family Funeral Home, Vine Grove, KY and from 11:00 AM until ...

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January 2022 Statewide Meeting in Elizabethtown

      This month’s meeting is Saturday January 15th, 1:00PM EST to 4:00PM EST at Family Buffet at 121 Towne Dr, Elizabethtown, KY 42701! The legislature is now in session and we need all hands on deck as we start releasing calls to action on our supported and opposed bills this week. We’ll be going over the bills that ...

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December 2021 Statewide Meeting in Elizabethtown

This month’s meeting is Saturday December 11th, 1:00PM EST to 4:00PM EST at Family Buffet at 121 Towne Dr, Elizabethtown, KY 42701! In December each year we meet on the second Saturday as that works better with the family times of Christmas and New Year’s Day. This month’s meeting has two of the leading voices in Kentucky for medical freedom, ...

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