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As the dust settles on this year’s election season, we have already heard the voices of dissent sniping at their political opponents. more
On Veterans Day this year, take a moment and pause to consider the very simple phrase: “If you love your freedom, thank a veteran.” more
On September 20, the Kentucky Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a potential landmark case that could determine how the General Assembly conducts its business. more
As the curtain drops on the final act of another mean-spirited election season, one can almost hear the words of Paul Newman’s character Brick Pollitt in Tennessee Williams’s play “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” when he says to his wife Maggie, who is played by Elizabeth Taylor, “Maggie, we’re through with lies and liars in this house. Lock the door.” more
When we came home from my in-laws on Christmas Day last year, there was a Brooks Robinson autographed baseball in a plastic case sitting on my porch. more
Thankfully, within a few days, the sun will set on a political election season which will likely be described in history books as the most divisive election season in the history of our nation. more
Close your eyes and imagine for a moment that you are the child of an opioid addicted parent and you wake up every morning not knowing what the day will bring, whether there will be food to eat, whether there will be money for the bare necessities of life, or worse yet, whether today will be another day of mental or physical abuse. more
The epidemic of opioid and substance abuse affects families in virtually every neighborhood in America. Its deadly toll hit a staggering record n Kentucky, where more than 1,500 people died from a drug overdose in 2017 alone. more
The gathering storm clouds of political dissent should frighten all Americans. A quick look back in history reminds us that there was a time in our nation when political disagreements were argued on the debate stage and settled at the ballot box. more
Recently, we’ve seen several examples that when the far left doesn’t get what it wants through the democratic process, it resorts to intimidation and mob tactics. This tendency was on full display during the debate over the nomination of Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court. more
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