Patrick Kelly is proud to be the recipient of Take Back Kentucky and Republican Liberty Caucus's endorsement for the Republican Primary.
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With the race quickly approaching to it's Primary close next Tuesday, I wanted to share a passage from one of my favorite novels, East of Eden. There are few that can claim the title of a truly American author as capably as John Steinbeck. Though the story in East of Eden is a fantastic one, dealing with many issues, there is a distinct flavor and understanding flowing from the pages of Steinbeck's work that transcend the story of the Travis family. The characters and their circumstances feel so real and compelling not just because they are well described or their actions are relatable, but because Steinbeck understood what it means to be an individual and to crave freedom.
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The recent debate in Washington over mandating birth control coverage has shown two things: the failure of our governing body to understand what is wrong with our medical system, and their lack of interest in actually pursuing a real solution. Their only concern is demogoging ideologies towards special interests, not actually helping the American people. If their concern was to provide the cheapest of care to the most people, they would let markets handle it and make birth control over the counter.
Read more: The birth control debate tells us about a lot more than birth control
Patrick Kelly is proud to announce the endorsement and support of LibertyCandidates.com. LibertyCandidates.com is a not-for-profit, non-partisan organization formed to assist voters in finding candidates who will uphold the standards of Liberty in coming elections. Patrick is proud to receive this endorsement and will continue to work hard spreading the message of personal liberty and strong property rights.
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For the past two years, I've worked with people to help start their own businesses, and hundreds of people have told me about their ideas for companies. I've heard everything from home beer brewing solutions to the next Facebook, but the biggest difference between the next Facebook and Facebook is that Facebook has been proven to work. While having an idea is great and there are good and bad ideas, ideas in themselves are relatively worthless. You don't purchase the idea of a car. You purchase a car that has proven its value to you. Someone who continually invests in an idea and not a proven business model isn't an investor for very long.
Read more: A Lesson Government Needs To Learn From Business
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