Obamacare comes to Kentucky: When federal money runs out, what then?
There’s not much protection – and even less affordability – for Kentuckians in President Obama’s misnamed Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as “Obamacare.”
The case of the appetizing blonde
Grover was a rover who wasn’t smart enough to confine his cavorting to distant places.
Let’s all get behind Eastern’s new president; our future depends on it
These are anxious times for Eastern Kentucky University, even if one key piece of the puzzle that is its future fell into place Friday.
Obama is exploiting a true national tragedy
There must be a lot of “gun nuts” out there.
‘Out of the mouths of babes’ comes humility
My most recent humbling experience started innocently enough with a phone call from my middle daughter, the mother of three.
State workers deserved voice in pension talks
The people who work for Kentucky’s General Assembly are hardly known to the public. That’s a shame.
We’d be better off if parties were still relevant
A few weeks ago, the Republican National Committee issued a 100-page report aimed at reviving the GOP after its poor showing in last November’s elections.
Handicapped parking should be for the handicapped only
I have Parkinson’s Disease. I am frequently-balance challenged if I have to walk or wobble more than a few short steps.
EKU at the crossroads
The visits are over and now the Board of Regents has a very difficult, but vitally important decision to make in selecting the next president of Eastern Kentucky University.
Can the GOP dig out of its hole?
There are two Rules of Holes in politics.
The first rule is well known: “When you find yourself in a hole, stop digging.”
The second rule is less well known: “When you stop digging, you are still in a hole.”
The Republican Party is now struggling with both rules when it comes to immigration.
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