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Stephen Knipper speaking on October 15, 2015

Kentucky’s Secretary of State is responsible for assisting businesses in conducting their business according to the law, for documenting all of the actions of the Governor and our state legislature, recording land titles, and other important matters.


One of the most important responsibilities of the Secretary of State is to chair the KY Board of Elections. In this capacity, our Secretary of State is to ensure honest and accurate election results. Are we confident that Kentucky has honest and accurate elections results?


On Thursday, October 15, come hear Stephen Knipper tell how his 15 years of working for Fortune 500 companies, plus 7 years of working in the healthcare field as an experienced business manager and IT professional have uniquely prepared him to lead this important office for Kentucky. Steve is just what Kentucky needs to help restore integrity to our state government!


October 15, 2015

11:30 am – 1:00 pm

Sal’s on Tates Creek Road

Members $20; Guests $22


RSVP to rsvp@wrock.ws

You may pay online here.



 January 8, 2015
Kelley Paul Was a Real “Hit” at WROCK

Our January WROCK meeting was “the place to be” for all freedom-loving people! If you attended the January 8th WROCK meeting at Sal’s when Kelly Paul, wife of U.S. Senator Rand Paul, spoke about her grandmother’s migration from Ireland to America in 1929, you were struck by two very important facts.


Her grandmother’s courage and resolve to escape a life of poverty and despair in Ireland gave her the strength as a very young girl to board a ship bound for an unknown land and never look back. Two important themes were at the heart of her brave journey into an unknown world: family and work.


Kelley so beautifully describes her grandmother’s life here as a maid for wealthy families in New York City. With a life of hard work also came a wonderful family of four children to raise. Even though her life was very harsh and our nation was experiencing high unemployment, Kelley’s grandmother was never too proud to work doing whatever it took to feed and clothe her family.


Never one to brag about how far she had come in her life in America, Kelley’s grandmother always loved to tell anyone who would listen just how successful and amazing her children and grandchildren were.


The two things that our nation most needs now are protection of families in America, as well as tens of millions more working Americans…working full-time, 40-hour jobs. It’s those two values that are so deeply rooted in the very fiber of our precious America.


Kelley’s new book about her grandmother and other incredible women in American history is due out in April. Thanks so much to Kelley Paul for coming to WROCK to share this inspiring story with us first-hand.


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