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Vice President Mike Pence raised plenty of eyebrows after a Washington Post article which reported he will not eat a meal with a woman other than his wife. His commitment to his marriage is sure something the rest of the nation could emulate. more
Kentucky’s own Mitch McConnell has proven his mettle yet again, taking an unprecedented, yet wholly necessary, action to get a uniquely qualified Supreme Court nominee confirmed by the U.S. Senate more
Let’s hope President Donald Trump’s shot across the bow has gotten the attention the Appalachian Regional Commission and members of Congress who represent the mountain region. more
When Kentucky voters went to the polls last November, they clearly wanted change in the state Capitol. And they certainly got it. more
Steve Pitt is one of the top legal minds in Kentucky, and, fortunately, Gov. Matt Bevin had the foresight to bring him on as general counsel when he took office more than a year ago. So why make mention of that now? Because the wisdom of Bevin’s decision became all too clear on Thursday. more
Gov. Matt Bevin covered a lot of ground in his State of the Commonwealth address, promising additional help for military veterans wrestling with lingering pain from the battlefield, proposing an overhaul of the state’s foster care and adoption system, and offering hope to our government retirees that their pensions will be fully funded. more
Feb. 8 looms as a monumental day for Kentucky. At 1 p.m. EST, Gov. Matt Bevin will ceremonially sign two pro-life bills. more
It’s hard to imagine why our government would have ever stricken the right to freedom of speech or freedom of religion for any segment of the population. more
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