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Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court recognized that the legalization of gambling “is a controversial subject” and “requires an important policy choice.” The Court also acknowledged that the decision belongs to the legislative, not the judicial branch. more

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Tuesday will a big day in the commonwealth. more

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“We are Kentucky!” This is more than just a simple catch phrase. From our cities to our rural communities, the commonwealth’s greatest assets are our people. more

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Just a few months ago, President Donald Trump ignited an international firestorm of controversy when he announced to the world that he would honor his campaign promise to move the United States Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. On Monday, May 14, after years of broken promises by other presidents, President Trump will finally fulfill America’s promise, a promise which will allow future generations to remember President Trump as the president who had the courage to actually honor America’s pledge to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s historic capital. 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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Kentucky has a criminal gang problem. more

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Growing up in the 1950’s and 60’s in Cleveland, Ohio, I can still remember the difficulty I had with tuning the dial on the small AM transistor radio which I would sneak into class in late September to listen to the World Series through a small hidden earpiece. more

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“Bipartisan wins” in Frankfort seems like an oxymoron on the same level as “jumbo shrimp” and “bittersweet.” When reflecting on the recent legislative session, it would be easy to think of 2018 only as the year of placards and protests, accusations and apologies, parliamentary finagles and partisan politics. Yet, when it comes to Kentucky’s kids impacted by abuse or neglect, 2018 was marked by a number of significant bipartisan wins. more

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While numerous policies beneficial to all Kentuckians were passed in the 2018 session, children and families were the major winners. more

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Barbara Bush and I were both born in 1925. I was a tenant farmer’s child, and she was a rich girl from Rye, New York. We both learned to read and were passionate about everybody else’s learning to read, and evidently her parents taught her good manners, as did mine. more
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