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The Louisville media is waging an unimportant fight with the economic development agency of the commonwealth. Surprisingly, this debate is focused on the identity of Braidy Industries shareholders and their potential connection to the governor, or various state agencies. This is a pointless exercise – a waste of resources on political fluff. This would never be tolerated in the world of private enterprise. more

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Every Kentucky news outlet, ESPN and even the national mainstream media, was captivated with yet another University of Louisville and Rick Pitino scandal on Wednesday. Several headlines captured the quote from interim UofL president Gregory Postel, who called it a “dark day” for the university. more

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If you want to know what “The Greatest Generation” looks like in person, come to Ashland and let me introduce you to my father-in-law. more

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In the bowels of downtown Louisville, at the Gene Snyder United States Courthouse, a group of legal professionals are hearing arguments about ambulances, hospital contracts, and what to do to save a woman’s life if the procedure designed to take her baby’s life goes wrong. more

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As I approach my 92nd birthday the 13th of this month, I suddenly realized that if we keep on living, we get old. Getting old is not a choice. Whether we learn anything while we are living to old age is our choice. more

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As the sun begins to set on summer, we can be glad that the clouds surrounding Governor Bevin’s purchase of a family home in Louisville are moving off in the distance.  Still, though, … more

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Researcher Jean Twenge has written an article in the Atlantic that is rightfully getting a very great deal of attention. She asked the question: “Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?” more

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We know a bit more than we knew yesterday about the awful events that took place Sunday night in Las Vegas. We know today that the death toll is approaching 60 with more than 500 injured. And, of course, now we know a good deal more of the stories of those who are the victims of this massacre, both those who have died and those who are still fighting for life. more

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As the early morning sunlight backlit their frail bodies, small hands stretched outward through the metal airport gates in South Asia. more

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The Ark Encounter celebrated its first anniversary this month but instead of fanfare and praise, some news media and protestors poured rain on its parade. The Biblical theme park, which consists of a life-size replica of Noah's Ark based in northern Kentucky, faced 75 protesters and criticism from one Kentucky columnist who said the group promotes "fringe beliefs." But, hey, its the Ark, right? Compared to criticism that Noah faced, I'm sure this modern-day rendition will weather the storm. more
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