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All across America, but especially right here in my home of Eastern Kentucky, the prescription drug scourge is devastating our families and communities. In a time when so many want to get ahead, they … more
It's been nearly 12 years since an uninvited guest appeared at my office and asked for an opportunity to visit with me. Little did I know that visit would so dramatically impact my life. more
Participating in a city council meeting can be intimidating. And the intimidation factor is magnified when a controversial issue is on the agenda. Such was the case in Bowling Green last Tuesday when the city commission had a special working session to discuss the proposed sexual orientation and gender identity nondiscrimination ordinance. more
Jill goes to a great school. In fact, her elementary has been rated as distinguished, the highest ranking bestowed upon any Kentucky public school. The school is located in a safe neighborhood and the teacher turnover rate is low. This is the school I want my children to attend. more
A story from Denmark tells about a 14-year-old boy who took his school homework very seriously indeed. In a New York Times report by Dan Bilefsky, he writes: “When Daniel Rom … more
Most Kentuckians are aware of our two major military installations, Fort Campbell and Fort Knox, but it is possible that some may not realize the multiple benefits these installations provide our … more
News reports tell us of what appears to be a concerted effort to intimidate Jewish citizens of the United States, including threats called into at least 100 Jewish community centers and schools threatening bombs or other forms of attack. more
On the issue of assisted suicide, we’re being told that even as it is not legal in Great Britain, The Economist reports police are increasingly turning a blind eye to its practice. more
Last week, I spoke before the General Assembly and a live KET audience to deliver the State of the Commonwealth Address. If you missed the speech, you can view it on the Governor Matt Bevin Facebook … more
For over 50 years now, countless vehicles have traveled from Northern Kentucky into Ohio, and vice-versa, on the Brent Spence Bridge. Whether it be to transport goods, travel, or engage in commerce, Brent Spence has been heavily utilized over the years, and this traffic has taken its toll. more
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