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Major theological issues can sometimes show up in the most surprising places. The Financial Times reigns as one of the most influential periodicals in the world—it is the reading assignment of the Davos class, and it rivals the influence of The New York Times and The Washington Post. more
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The Kentucky Retirement Systems Board of Trustees grabbed the wheel two years ago this month and abruptly overcorrected a pension system whose tires had dropped off a steep shoulder on the side of a road winding toward a very uncertain future for the commonwealth’s retirement plans and, by extension, its entire economy. more
Welcome, Derby visitors! more
As Senate Majority Leader, my job requires me to spend much of my time in Washington representing our commonwealth. more
When Notre Dame Cathedral burned on April 15, people across the world mourned the damage. more
Vacation preparation for me includes sunblock and reading lists. This year, I’ve already started to stockpile SPFs and a list of must-reads and re-reads. I’ve consulted the bestsellers, bookstore picks, and my mom… because, well, mothers know best. more
Spring: a time where everything is all brand new. Or most everything… more
Voters will deliver the final verdict in a month, but Kentucky Democrats, a dysfunctional bunch not known for their consensus-building, seem to be galvanizing around a common belief: that longtime legislator Rocky Adkins is the party’s best bet to unseat Gov. Matt Bevin in November. more
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