In America, the two very different responses to the pandemic have given us a powerful education in government activism. “For the past year, we couldn’t rely on the federal government to act with the urgency and focus and coordination we needed,” Biden said, “And we have seen the tragic cost of that failure….”
If we want to avoid tyranny, we must invest in effective civics education, and increase civic engagement across the board.
“Hood to the Holler is an organization that is focused on activating people, we’re looking to create programming so that we can stay around for a long time. We just want to inspire more people to lead themselves and help give them the tools they need to do it.”
If I were a KDP bigwig, I'd cite still-serving New Deal projects — there are hundreds statewide — as an example of what the party has meant to Kentuckians ... and what it still means.
SB 48 introduces uncertainty into the law without corresponding benefits. The bill is excessively broad and impossible to administer. It is a bad bill, and we urge the governor to veto it.
As the rest of the country is seeing increasing numbers of new coronavirus cases, Kentucky continues at a rough plateau or even a slight a decline in its numbers, such as its seven-day average of new cases.
When we leave our foundation and go 'Republican lite' we lose our identity. When we lose our identity, we lose elections.
3/29 update — Kentucky’s one-dose vaccination rate is above adjoining states’, but its positive-test...
As the pandemic in Kentucky hit a plateau, Gov. Andy Beshear announced that 40 percent of adult Kentuckians had been vaccinated – but he and his health commissioner redoubled their pleas for people to sign up for openings that are going unfilled as more contagious coronavirus strains keep spreading.
Two key measures of the pandemic took a turn upward Sunday, even as Gov. Beshear pointed out that the Monday-to-Sunday reporting week was the 11th in a row with a smaller number of new cases.