In the early days of the telephone, there was a man hired to sell phones in California. Though California was sparsely inhabited at this time, he sold more phones than those who were selling in the big cities.
Kentucky’s economy is recovering despite the pummeling it’s taken from the lockdowns imposed as part of Gov. Andy Beshear’s power grab during the pandemic.
Changing The Channel
Because I enjoy cooking, I love recipes. I found the recipes below in a “Celebrating 60 Years, 1938-1998” cookbook provided by Warren Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation (WRECC).
Did you know there is a YouTube video on how to give a kitten an enema? There is and it works. I’m still taking care of the motherless kittens I told you about in my last column. Social media really has an upside in times like these. When it’s goo
Halloween is upon us!
As the cold-weather months approach, I have turned my attention to my indoor plants. Each year I learn new-to-me information about various plants.
Our cat, Figaro, passed away a couple of weeks ago. He was nineteen years old. Figaro was the last of the cats that came to live with us while our daughters still lived at home. I counted that I have had cats in my house for nearly 25 years. That is a lot of cat litter to be
The word “doctrines” means “teaching.” In other words, some people attribute doctrines to the New Testament that are not there. In our last article, we saw that attributing doctrines to the New Testament when they are not there is not a new problem (Matt. 15:8-9).
A recent Wall Street Journal article by Phillip Magness of the American Institute for Economic Research exposes how opponents of educational freedom’s claims that the history of school choice is tainted by racism not only are factually incorrect, but that it was choice antagonis