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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
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
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
As a people who brim with pride for our state, each year Kentuckians of all backgrounds have an opportunity to embrace one of the Commonwealth’s time-honored traditions: the Kentucky State Fair. more
This academy trains the Kentucky city and county police departments, telecommunications, coroners, sheriff’s offices, university police, state motor vehicle enforcement officers, airport police and other law enforcement officers to maintain public safety. more
Recently, the list of this year’s 30 inductees into the Kentucky Veterans Hall of Fame was announced at an event at the Capitol Rotunda in Frankfort. In the words of retired Army Brig. Gen. Benjamin F. Adams, the criteria considered for choosing the honorees include outstanding contributions in the “areas of professional, civic, veteran’s advocacy and political achievements … Men and women from all backgrounds, they represent a true cross section of Kentucky’s diverse veteran population, and the very best Kentucky has to offer.” more
As a former clerk for Judge Brett Kavanaugh and a native-born Kentuckian, I believe Brett Kavanaugh will be an excellent Supreme Court justice who is right for America and right for Kentucky. He has been a leading voice for individual liberty and presidential accountability, and his qualifications and character are unsurpassed. more
Shortly after Judge Brett Kavanaugh was nominated to fill the current vacancy on the Supreme Court, partisan political opponents began their rounds on the cable news circuit and social media, issuing bombastic comments about the imminently qualified jurist. more
The Fancy Farm Picnic, perhaps the greatest political tradition in the country, is the unofficial kickoff to the fall campaigns. more
In May, the Republic of Ireland disappointingly voted to repeal one of the more restrictive abortion bans in the world. While those results from our friends across the Atlantic were discouraging, I … more
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