Kentucky Dispatch on 27th Feb

Mikhy Farrera-Brochez, of Winchester, Kentucky, was charged via criminal complaint today with the unlawful transfer of stolen identification documents and possession with intent to distribute these documents in violation of federal law. The criminal complaint alleges that Farrera-Borchez illegally possessed and intended to distribute data containing...

Kentucky Dispatch on 22nd Feb

The Catholic Medical Association issued its full support of Ohio’s “Heartbeat Bill,” which is set to be voted on in the near future. Once passed, the “Heartbeat Bill” will ban abortions after a fetal heartbeat can be detected, usually around 6-8 weeks into a pregnancy. “In medicine, we place a special emphasis on the heartbeat. At this...

Kentucky Dispatch on 20th Feb

After the Kentucky Senate heard the beating heart of a woman’s unborn baby last week, they voted 31-6 to pass a bill that would ban most abortions in the state once a fetal heartbeat is detected. The measure would require anyone seeking an abortion to first determine if a fetal heartbeat is detectable, typically about six weeks into pregnancy. The...

Kentucky Dispatch on 16th Feb

Premier Productions presents OUTCRY Revival Nights Tour 2019, sponsored by World Vision. The lights and sounds of a movement, OUTCRY is a gathering of worshipers and a hallmark of revival within the local church. Featuring a unique collaboration of some of the industry’s top worship artists, this year’s lineup features Phil Wickham, Passion...

Kentucky Dispatch on 12th Feb

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Monday ripped Democrats, saying they are letting a “radical fringe” sabotage government funding negotiations by proposing a cap on the number of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention beds. “This is a poison pill that no administration, not this one, not the previous one, should...

Kentucky Dispatch on 05th Feb

Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann’s legal team released a 15-minute video on Friday exposing “the truth” about what happened to him at January’s March for Life. The lawsuit against media outlets and celebrities will move forward, targeting NY Times, Bill Maher, Kathy Griffin and so many others – see the list below. Sandmann’s...

Kentucky Dispatch on 01st Feb

The federal prison sentence for Detrick L. Layfield just got a lot longer. The 40-year-old inmate has been sentenced to nearly eight more years in custody for assaulting another prisoner with a makeshift weapon at the federal correctional institution in Greenville, Illinois. The 92-month sentence Layfield received this week was ordered to run consecutively...