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email@example.comLIBERTY — U.S. Sen. Rand Paul opened his visit to Casey County Friday by delivering some breaking news from Washington. "I don't know if you've heard this yet, but I heard reports about it all the way here — the Federal Reserve has been...
Vice President Joseph Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan will allegedly debate subjects that affect the economic and physical security of the United States. However, the questions may not be the real concerns of the American people but the ones the news...
Contributing writersEditor’s note: In 1874, Kentucky School for the Deaf began publishing a weekly in-house newspaper, the Kentucky Deaf-Mute to give the male students an opportunity to learn the printing trade. KSD published the newspaper continuously from 1874 to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHARRODSBURG — Rand Paul didn’t make the meal — Dunn’s BBQ did — but the upstart U.S. senator certainly had folks eating out of his hands Thursday at a Mercer County Chamber of Commerce luncheon. Unlike when he visited...
Back in 2008, Mark Pittman of Bloomberg News was suspicious of Federal Reserve activity, vis-a-vis, making loans to banks with little or no collateral, or collateral of a suspect nature, and sued in Federal Circuit Court to force the Fed to reveal its...
With a national debt of more than $14.8 trillion that is increasing by a trillion and a half per year, each one of the nation’s official residents of more than 300 million is on the hook for some $49,000. The debt burden for individual taxpayers...
I want to know how forever feels. — Kenny Chesney My friend Dave Lieber proposed to his wife via a column in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. It became the title his successful book, “The Woman of my Dreams but the Dog of My Nightmares.” I...
Mitch McConnell is known nationwide as one of the sharpest players of the political game: developing strategy, messages and tactics; raising campaign money; getting re-elected senator from Kentucky; and using the arcane rules of the U.S. Senate as...
The Wall Street Journal had a recent article titled, “Debt Hamstrings Recovery.” It noted that consumers have more mortgage and credit card debt than they did five years ago. After the Wall Street bailouts, the debt of the United States...
How much fuel your car burns. What type of light bulb you buy. How much energy your appliances use. What kind of health plan you have. What do they have in common? Meet your hidden master: regulations. The devil’s in the details, the saying goes....
FRANKFORT — Glenn D. Leveridge, Central Bank/Winchester Market president, has been appointed to serve on the Kentucky Access to Justice Commission. Leveridge is one of 30 members of the commission, which met for the first time Jan. 28 at the...
Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky calls himself a “constitutional conservative,” yet in the opening pages of his book, “The Tea Party Goes to Washington,” he advocates “revolution.” One cannot be both a revolutionary and a...
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