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When President Donald J. Trump speaks – or even tweets – he does so with a purpose. more
Over the past few weeks, we have watched as a handful of United States senators have made a mockery of the confirmation process for a nominee to the United States Supreme Court. This group has argued that their quest to derail the appointment of Judge Brett Kavanaugh is both noble and honorable, and intended to save America from this judicial radical. more
Growing up, one of my favorite old-time classic movies was “Mr. Smith goes to Washington.” Those who have seen the movie can still remember the character Jefferson Smith who was played by Jimmy Stewart in that classic role. more
Is it just me, or are we witnessing a decline of civility in America at a pace unprecedented at least in the past decade. 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
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
FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) - In the book of Matthew, Jesus tells his listeners a parable, foreshadowing Judgment Day. In the middle of that story, the Son of Man says, “For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink … Amen, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me” (Matthew 25:35, 40). more
When I was in elementary school we learned who invented the cotton gin - Eli Whitney; the steam engine - Robert Fulton; the electric light - Thomas Edison, and the telephone - Alexander Graham Bell. I have not been personally involved with the cotton gin or the steam engine, but Mr. Edison and Mr. Bell have enriched my life considerably. 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
The recent revelation that Kentucky voter information is being sold on the Dark Web should be a grave concern to all Kentuckians. To paraphrase Dwight D. Eisenhower, “The future of this republic [Commonwealth] is in the hands of the American [Kentucky] voter.” more
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