As I was writing this column, Gov. Andy Beshear issued his promised veto of House Bill 9, which funds public charter schools in Kentucky.
It might be one of the most unusual and untrue statements in all of American society. It is found on our paper money, on our coins, on buildings, and on vehicle license plates.
Welcome to part 2 of Life Hacks! We start with a good one. Always struggling to find the right band-aid? Sort them into various sandwich bags by size, and use the bandages themselves as labels on the front. Not enough room in your oven for two frozen pizzas?
Doug Larson said, “Spring is when you feel like whistling even with a shoe full of slush.” It’s a pretty time with nature showing off its flowers and trees.
Week 13 of the 2022 Legislative Session
Local Service: Honoring 70 Years
Recently, a friend told me about a drive to get sewing machines to Afghani immigrants in the area. The immigrants were willing and able to sew their own clothes but had escaped Afghanistan with only what they could carry. I was reminded of something
Our title is found in Luke 18:13. In this text, we read a parable the Lord spoke to those who “trusted in themselves that they were righteous and despised others” (Lk. 18:9).
Lawmakers made solid progress in improving Kentucky’s economic competitiveness during the fi
Always wear red to the dentist. That way, if you bleed, who cares? It’s red on red. That came to me one morning before going to the dentist. I happened to pull out a red t-shirt to throw on. When I was in the car I thought “well this works just in case.