The final week of the 153rd regular session of the Kentucky General Assembly saw the ceremonial signing of a sweeping measure to enhance school safety that is widely considered many lawmakers’ highest-priority bill of the year.
Sometimes in life, you just have to take a chance, even if it’s just a little chance. You have to look at a situation, weigh the pros and cons then decide yea or nay. The same is true when it comes to investments. I think it was Dave Ramsey who
Perhaps the most common attitude among religious people is the attitude that one church is as good as another.
It’s always good to start with Jesus first — one can’t go wrong that way.
Jesus gives us calm of the soul. But first to experience this, we must empty our souls of self, (I, me, my).
During a visit to my sister and brothers-in-law to watch the NCAA Tournament this past weekend, I got inspired. She was sitting in the floor and converting her CD’s to Spotify playlists. That got the wheels turning. I have quite a lot of CD’s both upstairs and down. I thought, “why not add th
With spring’s onset, I’ve been reading about early spring outdoor exercise, home owner checklists, and yard and garden preparation.
One day at work, one of our co-op guys made a questionable observation about one of our customers, who happened to come from a different ethnic background than our guy did. “I need to take you to Galveston, Texas, for some diversity training,” I said.
About 1000 years before Christ, David wrote, “Except the LORD build the house, t
Cowboy actor Gene Autry was known mostly for his cowboy songs. However, he once said, “I can make more money out of a country song, or novelty song than I can cowboy songs.” Hence we had “Rudolph the Rednosed Reindeer” and “Peter Cottontail” — both sold millions.