Perspectives

Perspectives
40 results total, viewing 1 - 10
ASHLAND, Ky. (KT) – The shuttering of the AK Steel mill in Ashland wasn’t surprising, it was personal. more
As a Kentucky Baptist pastor, I am deeply concerned about the U.S.-Israel relationship. more
So, as we begin this new Congress together, one fact is abundantly clear: the American people need Democrats and Republicans to work together. Today illustrates that very point. more
Avg rating 1.0
Take a moment to consider just 18 words enshrined in the First Amendment where it is written, “…the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.” Although simple words, our Founders fought a war of independence, and put their lives, property and futures at risk to guarantee all Americans the right to peacefully assemble and petition the government to redress their grievances. more
The General Assembly kicked off Tuesday with the typical pomp and circumstance expected on day one of a regular session after an election. There was a sense of joy from the new members as they introduced family members for incumbents, freshman representatives, and plenty of time in recess for pictures. more
Build the wall, the fence, the barrier, or whatever name members of Congress believe is necessary to get the job done and please, please end the shutdown. more
The sound that traditionally fills the air every holiday season is the sound of the ringing bells of the Salvation Army’s bell ringers involved in the red kettle Christmas campaign. more
For the past two years, our united Republican government drained money and power from Washington and returned it to states, communities and families. From middle-class tax cuts to regulatory reform, we took this approach and watched the nation thrive more as a result. more
Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Bill Cunningham, one of the state’s most esteemed public servants, is wrapping up a long and distinguished career at the end of this month. more
It certainly wasn’t the first time we’ve seen a social media mob, and it certainly won’t be the last, especially in this election year. In case you weren’t following the viral mass overreaction, some northern Kentucky Catholic high school students, who had given of their personal time to attend the March for Life in Washington D.C., were standing on the steps of a memorial (as they had been instructed) waiting for their bus to pick them up. more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 90 days.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.

Powered by Creative Circle Media Solutions