Perspectives

Perspectives
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Our favorite fast-food restaurant is passing out some fun for the whole family with their kid’s meals. This past week was a busy one for the Gaynor gang, so we enjoyed not one but two trips to the fine establishment of Chick-Fil-A. more
Christmas is a special time. It is a family celebration. Other holidays are different. Good Friday and Easter are usually celebrated in church. National days are honored with speeches, parades and the ceremonies of government. But Christmas is glorified in the home because it is the celebration of a birthday. more
According to Travel and Leisure, 2019 is the most expensive season for Christmas trees ever reported. In one Lower Manhattan New York City neighborhood, 20-foot trees sell for as much as $6,500, or $325 per foot! more
The start of a new governorship necessarily involves theatrics, which help signify the importance of a historic event, establish comity after an election and signal the shift from politics to governing. But theatrics can have meaning that signals the substance and the politics to come. more
On Sunday, Dec. 8, federal lawmakers unveiled the “Lower Health Care Costs Act of 2019” (LHCCA). The bill aims to tackle some of the issues facing the American healthcare system, most notably “surprise billing.” more
My first Christmas as Mom, I struggled to keep my eyes open and rocked a newborn who was stuffed like a Butterball turkey in cutesy reindeer pajamas. more
Fred Rogers was a big part of my childhood. I watched his show nearly every day when I came home from school at Kirksville Elementary in Madison County. His shows were always informative and very educational and entertaining. more
As you prepare to transition back to the private sector, I suspect the change is happening with mixed emotions. You are likely glad to get back to a more normal life while at the same time you are probably aware of much work that needs to be finished. more
Growing up in Western Kentucky there were some fundamentals: When the Cats played, the TV was turned down and Cawood Ledford cranked-up; I first had to learn to sit still before being allowed anywhere near a deer stand; and it was better to be on the top tier of the tobacco barn when housing. We also just expected less from our government the further you lived from Louisville or the Golden Triangle. more
Do you prefer a practical artificial tree? Or an emerald prize dripping with sap and maybe even a live squirrel? What is the most appropriate tree topper? Perhaps even more serious than the cake verses pie battle, homemakers and the head of the house must resolve on how the family will be represented by the annual Christmas tree. more
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