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Kentucky’s economy is surging forward. After nearly a decade of sluggish growth, Republican leadership in both Washington and Frankfort is helping encourage job creation and economic opportunity. more
Recently, we’ve seen several examples that when the far left doesn’t get what it wants through the democratic process, it resorts to intimidation and mob tactics. This tendency was on full display during the debate over the nomination of Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court. more
The gathering storm clouds of political dissent should frighten all Americans. A quick look back in history reminds us that there was a time in our nation when political disagreements were argued on the debate stage and settled at the ballot box. more
The epidemic of opioid and substance abuse affects families in virtually every neighborhood in America. Its deadly toll hit a staggering record n Kentucky, where more than 1,500 people died from a drug overdose in 2017 alone. more
Today’s sentencing of Eric Conn ends an odyssey of more than a dozen years for Jennifer Griffith and Sarah Carver, two extremely brave and tenacious women and co-workers for the Social Security Adminstration who risked everything to end a conspiracy of corruption which allowed Eric Conn, Judge David Daugherty, Chief Judge Charles Andrus and others to literally steal millions of dollars from the American public. more
Attendees at the Kentucky League of Cities annual conference in Louisville last week learned about the nine Tiny Houses designed and built by high school students in the eastern Kentucky this past year. The houses generated a tremendous amount of interest and were auctioned in the summer. Appalachian-built tiny homes are now located coast to coast throughout the nation. more
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