Perspectives

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How many of you reading this have a friend or relative in a long-term care nursing facility? Anyone who makes these facilities their home deserves to be treated like they are at home. The sad reality is this isn’t always the case in Kentucky. more

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A headline on a story in The New York Times by Pagan Kennedy, who often writes interesting articles, declares "No Magic Pill Will Get You to 100." more

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It's hard to find anyone who openly questions the First Amendment to the U. S. Constitution. In fact, the right to free speech is perhaps the most beloved of all the rights enumerated in the Bill of Rights. more

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Kentucky’s never-ending saga of pension reform has reached the height of absurdity. more

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At the risk of offending the proponents of pension reform to the Kentucky Teachers’ Retirement System, let me share a quote from George Washington about the importance of education. 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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The criminal justice system was built for men. The overwhelming majority of offenders are male, most victims are male, most police, prosecutors, and corrections officers, are male. But Kentucky’s female inmate population is growing, and as of 2017, we had the second highest female incarceration rate in the country. more

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In May of next year, Kentucky will run out of prison space, and without substantive changes, the Commonwealth may be forced to release prisoners early. more

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Growing up in a small town in the mountains in the 1970s, our television boasted a repertoire of seven channels. Changing those channels meant utilizing the vice grips laying atop the TV to turn the stem that had long ago lost its knob. more

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I'm writing regarding state Rep. Jim Gooch’s recent article concerning his bill to end net metering, to clear up some misinformation that has been circulating around the Capitol that low-income customers are "subsidizing" net metering customers. more
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