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Words are important. Sometimes we don’t realize the significant difference that similar words possess. For instance, when you hear the word grateful and thankful the same thoughts probably come to mind. However, let’s shift the words to gratefulness and thanksgiving. Is there a difference now? They’re similar to the first pair, but there is a significant shift. more

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Recently, our national economy has been rebounding following a long period of tepid recovery. That makes this the perfect time to tackle federal tax reform and I applaud President Trump for his leadership on this issue. more

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Being a state that is closely tied to the horse racing industry, it’s not a surprise that expanded gambling is frequently discussed in Kentucky. Even more, it’s no surprise this issue comes up when the woes of Kentucky’s economy are mentioned. Keeping those things in mind, there are a few questions we should ask. more

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There’s an important issue that hasn’t gotten a lot of headlines, but it’s a key part of President Trump’s agenda. more

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I’ve watched the World Series for as long as I can remember. more

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As debate over Kentucky’s pension systems unfolds, three popular arguments about teacher pensions keep sprouting up in opposition to change. Like any good myth, there’s a kernel of truth to each one, but the full story is more nuanced. more

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For the past 20 years, my bedtime routine has included slipping on a mask. Holy superheroes, I am Batman. more

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“Keeping the Promise,” our plan to save Kentucky’s pension systems, keeps the promise made to Kentucky’s current employees while also meeting the legal and moral obligations we owe to those who have already retired. Promises made are promises kept. more

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Under President Obama, the EPA didn’t want to come anywhere near Kentucky coal country. Now, the people of Kentucky finally have a friend at the head of the EPA. more

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The voices of the people of Kentucky grow mute the longer that career politicians are in Frankfort. The people of the 79th Kentucky House district had no say in the 2017 session when it came to important issues such as prevailing wage, Bible literacy in schools, restrictions on child pornography, workers’ compensation, and many others. Does the voice of the people matter anymore to career politicians? It should. more
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