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The far-left has started a campaign to heckle government officials throughout the country — something I’ve recently experienced first-hand. The self-described socialists who confronted me proudly admitted that they are not concerned with persuasion or having a discussion about public policy. They are only interested in intimidation. more

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There has been significant media coverage in recent weeks surrounding protests by the Poor People’s Campaign at the Kentucky State Capitol in Frankfort. Some sources have suggested that this group is somehow being arbitrarily “shut out” of access to the building because of the content of their message. This is simply not true. more

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The retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy largely overshadowed an important decision handed down by the Supreme Court. more

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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

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Over the past couple of weeks, I have had an opportunity to interview a number of candidates who have stepped forward and decided to run for public office in Kentucky this November. more

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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

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“We are Kentucky!” This is more than just a simple catch phrase. From our cities to our rural communities, the commonwealth’s greatest assets are our people. more

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The New York Times has reported on new research that was released by the Pew Research Center indicating a deepening cultural divide, that is, a political and moral divide between rural and urban Americans. more

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Drafting, voting on, and executing comprehensive tax reform legislation is no easy feat for lawmakers, regardless of their political affiliation. more

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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
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