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Podcast #112 – Bluegrass Edition

The great Commonwealth of Kentucky has gotten itself in the news on several counts–none of them good. 1. It’s bad enough that Answers in Genesis’ Creation “Museum” in northern Kentucky is prospering.  It’s worse that AIG plans to expand, building … Continue reading

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KY legislature infected with God fever

I don’t believe I have ever been more embarrassed by the politicians of my home state.  You may recall that last year a judge struck down a 2006 Kentucky law that required the state’s homeland security organization to stress “dependence … Continue reading

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Hey God–stop protecting Kentucky!

From the Lexington Herald-Leader: “A judge on Wednesday struck down a 2006 state law that required the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security to stress ‘dependence on Almighty God as being vital to the security of the commonwealth.’”  The lawsuit was … Continue reading

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KY relies on God for Homeland Security

A hearing is set for June 1st in the case of American Atheists et al v. The State of Kentucky.  What’s it all about?  In 2006 the legislature passed a Homeland Security bill which contained the following statement (virtually in … Continue reading

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