Friday, December 12, 2014

Missing link to stronger, freer, more honest Kentucky makes debut next month

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 after the first of the year.

"Kentuckians are starving for credible public affairs information that doesn't push a pro-Democrat agenda," said tea party activist David Adams. "I think this new paper will have a quick and decisive impact on Frankfort and will inspire others to spring up around the country and around the world. To me this is taking full advantage of the information age. We are ready to starve the beast that is big government and this unbiased, uncontrolled news source gives us the strength to get it done."

More details will be made available in the days and weeks ahead. Stay tuned...