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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
Ensuring good health for the residents of Kentucky requires more than just providing access to quality healthcare. It is well established that there are many social, behavioral and environmental factors that play a role in health outcomes such as eating nutritional food, living in safe housing, and having reliable transportation. more
This election, like no other election in the history of our nation, will decide whether the First Amendment rights of believers to freely assemble and worship will survive another generation. more
Oct. 6, 2018, was a proud day for the U.S. Senate. We fulfilled one of our most critical constitutional duties and confirmed Brett M. Kavanaugh, a stunning legal mind and an exemplary federal judge, as the newest associate justice on the U.S. Supreme Court. more
The recent revelation that Kentucky voter information is being sold on the Dark Web should be a grave concern to all Kentuckians. To paraphrase Dwight D. Eisenhower, “The future of this republic [Commonwealth] is in the hands of the American [Kentucky] voter.” more
When President Donald J. Trump speaks – or even tweets – he does so with a purpose. more
Growing up, one of my favorite old-time classic movies was “Mr. Smith goes to Washington.” Those who have seen the movie can still remember the character Jefferson Smith who was played by Jimmy Stewart in that classic role. more
Navigating the health care world can be frustrating and stressful. But PAs, or physician assistants, are medical professionals who diagnose illness, develop and manage treatment plans, and can serve as your primary healthcare provider. more
Over the past few weeks, we have watched as a handful of United States senators have made a mockery of the confirmation process for a nominee to the United States Supreme Court. This group has argued that their quest to derail the appointment of Judge Brett Kavanaugh is both noble and honorable, and intended to save America from this judicial radical. 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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