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  • Ronnie-Ellis.jpg Cynicism, optimism both on display in Frankfort

    Those who spend little time in Kentucky’s Capitol and who read columns by cynics who cover it should be forgiven their disillusionment about how the people’s business is conducted.

    February 22, 2014 1 Photo

  • Ike Adams Even Scrooge would enjoy library mystery

    Saturday afternoons and evenings are usually down time for Loretta and me.
    We simply don’t get out much after we’ve used up the movie gift certificates the kids gave us for Christmas. That means we mostly go to the movies to avoid guilt trips because our kids do work hard for their money.

    February 20, 2014 1 Photo

  • 02.15 Cosby Op-ed.jpg Funding education is critical for Kentucky and its communities

    Kentucky’s latest budget outline makes it clear that our leaders in Frankfort plan to go to great lengths to find more money for education. For communities throughout the commonwealth, this effort to restore funds for our schools is very welcomed news.

    February 18, 2014 1 Photo

  • 02.15 Mimi Pickering.jpeg Who benefits from ‛AT&T Bill’

    Senate Bill 99, the “AT&T Bill,” is a great deal for the telecommunications giants AT&T, Windstream and Cincinnati Bell.

    It would allow them to abandon their least profitable customers and service areas as well as public protection obligations. But it is a risky and potentially dangerous bet for Kentuckians. Kentucky House members should turn it down.

    February 18, 2014 1 Photo

  • Pat-Buchanan.jpg End of the Line for the Welfare State?

    The Congressional Budget Office did not exactly say Obamacare would cost the nation 2.5 million jobs.
    But what it did say is vindication of what conservatives have preached since Barry Goldwater stood in the pulpit 50 years ago:
    The more liberal the welfare state, the greater the disincentive to work and the more ruinous the impact upon a nation’s work ethic.

    February 11, 2014 1 Photo

  • Jim Waters.JPG Beshear’s timid proposal versus Tar Heels’ tax-cutting tenacity

    Raising the specter of hiking cigarette taxes is – for cash-starved politicians, big-government health nannies and their opinion-page enablers – the policy equivalent of ringing Pavlov’s bell.
    Seeing “cash trays” rather than ashtrays, these big spenders experience racing heartbeats and sweaty palms while dreaming of raking in millions more into government coffers for pet projects.

    February 8, 2014 1 Photo

  • Governor’s plan doesn’t go far enough

    Gov. Steve Beshear deserves recognition for bringing forward this week a specific tax reform proposal for consideration. His plan contains some good ideas, especially in that it would raise new revenue and includes modest assistance to families struggling to get by on low wages through the creation of a state Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC).

    February 5, 2014

  • Cities, counties need local control through local-option initiative

    Cities and counties small and large across Kentucky have big dreams for their communities – ideas that are transformative and can have lasting impact for generations.

    February 5, 2014

  • Road to independence not paved with pity

    “Honey, please wash the dishes and vacuum the floor today while I’m at work,” a parent leaves on a note to their child before they leave in the morning. “P.S. Try not to call or text me at work unless it’s an emergency,” is added at the bottom.
    Just after lunch, the parent’s phone vibrates. A text message has been received.

    January 26, 2014

  • Jack Strauss-BW.jpg The case of the frustrated property owner

    Hogan owned a little hideaway cabin in the woods, and each spring he’d sneak away to the cabin to do a little hunting.
    One spring, however, he had worse luck than Little Red Riding Hood. While he didn’t meet up with the wolf, he did meet up with dastardly Dugan, who had taken up housekeeping in his cabin. What’s more, when Hogan came a-knocking, Dugan refused to open the door and let him in.

    January 26, 2014 1 Photo

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