Need something special for that political nerd in your life, or maybe something for yourself? Look no further the elves at Kentucky Fried Politics have you covered.
- Socks. Most of us have feet, and who doesn’t need a pair of these ‘I just want to be your friend,’ socks. These limited edition Kentucky Fried Politics socks immortalize a former governor and are the number one seller at Kentucky Fried Politics shop. They’re perfect for the whole family. They’re also close to selling out, so be sure and check the whole KFP store for goodies.
- Old Crow Bourbon. Toast to the the leader of the Republican caucus in the U.S. Senate with one of President Trump’s favorite nicknames for Mitch McConnell. This bottom shelf bourbon might need an Ale-8-one mixer.
- That perfect book. Dig through the stacks at your local second hand book seller (or cruise the world wide web) for John Ed Pearce’s look at Kentucky politics from 1930 to 1963 in ‘Divide and Dissent.’
- Satisfy the sweet tooth. Ruth Hunt Candies has been whipping up handmade chocolate for more than 100 years. Stop in their Mt. Sterling or Lexington locations, or you know, find them on the internet.
- Get out and experience Kentucky. Hop in the car and head to the Gorge, and swing by that iconic pizza place. You know Miguels. This once 1940’s store has transformed into the pizza place hipster and boomers can enjoy together. OR, find the perfect greasy burger at Laha’s Red Castle in Hodgenville. Laha’s has been smashing burgers since 1934. Pull up one of the eight stools at the bar, and get ready for the best burger in Kentucky.
- Newspaper subscription. The number of journalists in our state is shrinking. Subscribe to your local paper and help hold politicians to account.
- Kentucky Kicks Ass. The guys at Kentucky for Kentucky have been on a mission to tell the world since taking it upon themselves to rebrand the Commonwealth. Check out their latest gear drops at their site.