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Speaking to a crowd of lawyers in Washington last week, Attorney General Eric Holder made an audacious claim about the war on terrorism. Overlooking the all-volunteer military force that has heroically battled terrorists and insurgents for nearly a...
FRANKFORT — To hear Kentucky politicians of both parties tell it, the Environmental Protection Agency should be renamed the Economic Destruction Agency. But their recent rhetoric has gone far beyond reality and obscured it. At issue are the EPA&...
Many Kentuckians are struggling in this economy, and I know they are frustrated by how hard it is just to stay above water. Home values are falling, automobile sales growth is at its lowest point this year, and manufacturing growth is at its lowest in...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDanville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce kicked off its 2011 Public Policy Series on Wednesday with a panel discussion of an issue on the minds of business people everywhere: taxes. There was generally a consensus that tax reform should be looked at...
One year ago, over the objections of the American people, Washington Democrats rammed through a disastrous health spending law in a partisan vote. At the time, then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said, “We have to pass the bill so that you can find...
This incredible debate we are having seems misguided and desperate. Shame on Sen. Mitch McConnell for turning “the good of the people” into an anti-mining debate. The Clean Water Act and the Clean Air Act were created to protect citizens...
There are a number of things Kentucky is known for: great basketball, the best bourbon, the fastest horses, and our state’s incredible natural beauty. But sadly, the commonwealth is becoming known for something far less flattering: prescription pill...
Tags: Rick Scott, Politics, Crimes, White House, Executive Branch
Last month, the House of Representatives passed a spending bill that would cut about $60 billion over the next seven months as compared to current spending levels. Among the many cuts is a $20 million cut to the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP),...
Tags: Elections, Politics, Charity, Social Issues, Personal Income
The House of Representatives has passed bill that would cut about $60 billion over the next seven months, including $20 million to the Commodity Supplemental Food Program, which provides low-income seniors with a nutritious monthly food basket. One in...
Tags: Politics, Elections, Charity, Social Issues, Personal Income
Journal columnistSpeaking of the president of the United States, the magazine article called him a “Filthy story-teller, despot liar, thief, braggart, buffoon, usurper, monster, ignoramus, scoundrel, perjurer, robber, swindler, tyrant, field-butcher, (and) land...
We are a great nation, and “we do big things,” President Barack Obama said in his State of the Union address Tuesday night. While his speech didn’t match the eloquence of John F. Kennedy or Ronald Reagan, his message was the same as...
email@example.comU.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell made a stop in Nicholasville Monday during a brief stint away from the nation’s capital. The Senate Minority Leader spoke to a crowd of several hundred in the RJ Corman Railroad Group’s hangar during a lunch...
Tags: Elections, Politics, Human Interest, Gabrielle Giffords, Arizona
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