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Kentucky Church Gun Giveaway

Kentucky Church Gun Giveaway

A crowd of 1,300 people showed up at Lone Oak First Baptist Church in Paducah, Kentucky March 6 to celebrate Jesus and firearms with a steak dinner and a gun giveaway. Attendees who passed a background check were eligible to win a free gun, but the Bibles were for sale, complete with waterproof pages and […]

Kentucky Fights Against Gay Marriage Recognition

Kentucky Fights Against Gay Marriage Recognition

On Feb. 27 a federal judge gave Kentucky 21 days to overturn a ban on acknowledging same-sex marriage. Since then, Kentucky has decided to fight against gay marriage recognition. Governor of Kentucky, Steve Beshear (D) announced today that the state is going to hire outside attorneys to appeal the federal mandate to acknowledge same-sex marriages […]

Evolution Debate Helped Ken Ham Raise Money to Build Noah’s Ark (Video)

Evolution Debate Helped Ken Ham Raise Money to Build Noah’s Ark (Video)

Ken Ham, Creation Museum founder, has had plans in the works for years to build a Noah’s Ark theme park in Williamstown, Kentucky. It was not until the evolution debate that he engaged in with “Science Guy” Bill Nye on Feb. 4 that he gained enough attention to raise the money needed to move forward […]

Noah’s Ark Sails Again, This Time in Kentucky

Noah’s Ark Sails Again, This Time in Kentucky

Noah’s Ark got of a building permit in the hills and valleys of Kentucky recently. Construction on the ark, to be built by Creation Museum founder Ken Ham, will start in May and the stuffed animals are expected to be able to come onboard by the summer of 2016. Ham, who recently had a high-profile […]

Kentucky Preps for Hemp Production

Kentucky Preps for Hemp Production

Following suit with other rapid changes in state and federal regulations regarding hemp production and cannabis, Kentucky preps for the return of its old cash crop. The Bluegrass state was once the nation’s dominant producer of hemp in the mid-19th century, producing up to 94 percent. Banned since 1970, the state has an ideal climate […]

Jamie Coots Last Snakebite

Jamie Coots Last Snakebite

“They shall speak with new tongues, they shall cast out devils, and they shall take up serpents.” According to television interviews, these famous words from the Good Book meant much more than just the law as preached. To Pastor Jamie Coots…It was the law as practiced! However they will be heard no more from the […]

Kentucky Rocked by Gas Line Explosion

Kentucky Rocked by Gas Line Explosion

A rural part of Kentucky was rocked awake today when an underground gas line exploded early this morning. At least two homes have been completely destroyed from the blast and the fire that ensued after, and so far two people have been reported injured. The area of the pipeline has been isolated to prevent any […]

Corvettes Swallowed by Sinkhole at National Museum

Corvettes Swallowed by Sinkhole at National Museum

A large sinkhole opened up under eight priceless corvettes at the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky today at approximately 5:44 am. The sinkhole collapsed a wing of the building that housed some of its most hallowed treasures under a large domed roof.  The sinkhole is reported to be 40 feet wide and 20 feet deep; […]

Sinkhole Opens Under Corvette Museum and Swallows Eight Cars (Video)

Sinkhole Opens Under Corvette Museum and Swallows Eight Cars (Video)

Thave been very few people permitted inside the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky, since a sinkhole opened up on Wednesday morning and swallowed eight vintage Corvettes. One of them who was allowed in was the museum director Wendell Strode, who showed up to work to view the devastating scene. Strode stated that where […]

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