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Friday, July 23rd, 2021

There was much groaning in Frankfort when the Kentucky Supreme Court in 2018 struck down sound pension reform legislation passed during that year’s General Assembly.

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Thursday, July 22nd, 2021

I caught an interesting episode of one of my favorite shows on AXS the other day.  The show was Top Ten Revealed and the subject was Classic Rock songs that were sampled in Hip Hop.  Before I dig into this, let’s first define sampling.  Sampling is defined as the reuse of a portion (or sample) of

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Wednesday, July 21st, 2021

Recently I came across a “How self-sufficient are you?” chart in The Modern Woodmen magazine (Summer 2021, p. 21).

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Monday, July 19th, 2021

Renewed attention to who controls curriculum decisions is the equivalent of the sun starting to peek through the clouds in the stormy debate over the teaching of race in Kentucky’s public school classrooms. 

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Monday, July 19th, 2021

Years ago, when my neighbor and I were returning from the grocery store, we passed a house where he lived as a young man.  The white wooden house was in a state of disrepair.  

 

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Saturday, July 17th, 2021

           The above title was on a magazine cover I saw once.

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Saturday, July 17th, 2021

Our Shot at Civil Liberties

What if there were seven children from Butler County in the ICU, two of whom were on ventilators?

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Thursday, July 15th, 2021

I’m back again with another installment of my covers series.  Today, we will start with “Hippy Hippy Shake”.  Fans of the 1988 movie Cocktail remember this appearing in the film and on its soundtrack done by the Georgia Satellites of “Keep Your Hands To Yourself” fame.  However,

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Wednesday, July 14th, 2021

Twins are not overly common, but my family has several. I recently spent time with my three-month-old great nieces – the youngest twins. They are precious, and they have amazing parents.

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Tuesday, July 13th, 2021

Roasneers.  That’s what my parents called corn on the cob.  That’s also what Garey’s parents called corn on the cob.  The term probably comes from the turn of the century tradition of roasting ears of corn over the fire, hence roasted ears became roasneers.  That’s just conjectu

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