Welcome to the Commonwealth Policy Foundation

The Commonwealth Policy Foundation (CPF) is dedicated to preserving the bedrock values of life, marriage, religious freedom and fiscal responsibility in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. It affirms as stated in the Kentucky Constitution that our civil, political and religious liberties come from God. To that end, it seeks to educate the general public on critical issues of the day, protect our freedoms, and work for policies that grow the Commonwealth. CPF is a 501c(3) non-profit, non-partisan organization.

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Medical Marijuana
Posted February 27, 2020

How Socialism Hurts Track
Posted February 20, 2020

Transgender Legislation and Controversy
Posted February 13, 2020

Legislative Update with Senator Robby Mills
Posted February 6, 2020

Legislative Update
Posted January 30, 2020

Should Conversion Therapy Be Banned?
Posted January 23, 2020

The Basis of War
Posted January 16, 2020

Euphemisms and Ironies
Posted January 9, 2020

What Are You For
Posted December 25, 2019

Loving Your Enemies
Posted December 8, 2019

Christians in the Media Marketplace
Posted December 6, 2019

Posted November 27, 2019

Gambling in Kentucky
Posted November 20, 2019

Parental Rights and Transgender Children
Posted November 12, 2019

Christianity and Politics
Posted November 5, 2019

Processing Gender Dysphoria with Denny Burke
Posted October 30, 2019

Story of Zimbabwe with Special Guest Mark Edgar
Posted October 23, 2019

Commissioner of Education Interview
Posted October 16, 2019

10-9-19 What Do You Want Your Children to Become?
Posted October 9, 2019

10-2-19 Immigration Policy in Light of Dreamers
Posted October 2, 2019

Humility in a Competive World
Posted September 26, 2019

9-11-19 U of L offers LGBTQ Minor
Posted September 11, 2019

9-4-19 News Media Bias
Posted September 4, 2019

8-28-19 Teaching the Bible in Public Schools?
Posted August 28, 2019

8-21-19 Epstein and Sex Trafficking
Posted August 21, 2019

8-14-19 Is Teen Sex Ok?
Posted August 14, 2019

8-7-19 When Helping Hurts
Posted August 7, 2019

7-31-19 Proper Political Engagement
Posted July 31, 2019

7-24-19 Addressing Brokenness
Posted July 24, 2019

7-10-19 Limits of Government
Posted July 10, 2019

7-3-19 Independence Day
Posted July 3, 2019

06-18-19 Kingdom of God part II
Posted June 18, 2019

06-11-19 Kingdom of God
Posted June 11, 2019

5-29-19 Navigating Church and Culture
Posted May 29, 2019

5-22-19 Regular People Can Run for Office
Posted May 22, 2019

4-30-19 Sexual Abuse in the Church
Posted April 30, 2019

4-23-19 Equality Act
Posted April 23, 2019

4-16-19 Overcoming Evangelical Gnosticism
Posted April 16, 2019

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Opinion & Blog

A Conversation with Governor Matt Bevin
January 26, 2017 by Richard Nelson
On Wednesday, January 25, amidst a war of words between Governor Matt Bevin and Attorney General Andy Beshear, we had the opportunity to talk with the governor.  In our time together Gov. Bevin tried to clarify recent statements he's made concerning Beshear and the mainstream news media.  ...
A Conversation Between "Safe, Legal, and Rare"
April 15, 2015 by Samuel James
The Price of Terrorism
April 14, 2015 by Eddie Sheridan
What are the most terrible effects of terrorism? The most obvious is loss of life. A shooter took the lives of nearly 150 people at Kenya's Garissa University just a few days ago. A second incident in Kenya Sunday, however, was indicative of an equally tragic effect acts of terrorism can have. One student was killed and 141 injured Sunday in a stampede at a university in the Kenyan capit...

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