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Dealing with grief doesn’t have a playbook that works for every person and especially not every profession. more

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Today is Tax Day, the deadline for most Americans to file their tax returns. For many middle-class families and businesses, this date is circled on the calendar with regret and trepidation. But this year, this depressing day has a silver lining — simply put, it’s out with the old, and in with the new. more

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Tuesday will a big day in the commonwealth. more

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The opioid epidemic and substance use disorder has likely affected everyone in the Commonwealth in some way, shape, or form. While Kentucky has made great strides, especially in the areas of offering expedited treatment options, both in-patient and out-patient, to those struggling with addiction, the eradication of this epidemic must happen at home. more

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There is little disagreement in Louisville now that gangs are a problem. more

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Sometimes a major milestone in morality can pass with almost no one apparently noticing, or at least few understanding what is taking place and the significance of the events. Evidently, one those moral milestones was passed on March 27, just a few days ago, and the events took place in a nursing home near Toronto, Canada more

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A government that tells you what you can’t say is dangerous, but a government that tells you what you must say — under threat of severe punishment — is alarming. more

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Over the years, legislatures across the country have rushed to pass gang violence prevention laws to appear tough on crime. Recently, the Kentucky legislature joined the cause, and on the last day of the session passed House Bill 169, the Gang Violence Prevention Act. The proponents claim the Act will somehow miraculously prevent both gangs and the increase in violent crime associated with gangs in Kentucky. more

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This time of year, Americans are taking part in an annual headache-inducing ritual: filing their income tax returns. Most of us dread completing this complicated paperwork and writing a check to the IRS each year, particularly under the current arcane federal tax system. Thankfully, as a result of the historic overhaul of the federal tax code, this is the last time that you will have to file under the outdated and expensive system that has held our country back for far too long. more

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One of the most consequential lives of modern times began 200 years ago last Saturday. Karl Marx was born on May 5, 1818, and looking back, it is clear that Marx represents one of the most monumental figures of the modern age, but monumental is just the start of the conversation that we should have about him. more
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