Perspectives

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Even as monuments continue to be the center of controversy in the United States, a monument in Moscow is now also very much in the news. more

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During the month of August, I traveled across Kentucky meeting with constituents to hear their concerns, to update them on the Senate’s business and to ask how I can assist them in Washington. I value the time I spend with my fellow Kentuckians, and these conversations at home help me serve my constituents in Washington. more

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The other evening when I was surfing the TV channels to find something remotely interesting to watch, I happened upon the finals of the Miss America Beauty Pageant. more

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It’s been said that Hollywood is upstream from culture and leads the culture in thought and trend. It’s also been said that politics is downstream from culture and it … 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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Kentucky’s recently released academic test scores should be setting off alarm bells in many schools and communities across the Commonwealth. Sadly, the scores – which remained flat statewide and decreased in Jefferson County – are getting tepid reactions from education leaders. more

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This is being written in the last few hours of me being fiftysomething. 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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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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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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