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Politicians have long used "patriotism" as a cheap campaign trick. We need to reject this, and instead choose "aspirational patriotism" as our goal.
Maria Sorolis says hard work and education can lead to success, but only if we have government that actually helps. That's why she's running for KY House.
Robert De Niro laid two F-bombs on President Trump at the Tony awards. Greg Leichty says even though they felt good, these were actually counter-productive.
On a grey day in downtown Louisville, thousands of people came out for the Women's March at the Muhammad Ali Center. Here are three galleries of pictures from this year's event.
Three conservative talking points may actually make good, unusual arguments in the abortion debate. At the very least, they open up new lines of discussion.
For those of you wanting to learn more about how politics work in Kentucky, here is a short explainer on the Kentucky General Assembly from Greg Leichty.
In the age of Trump, are we forced to choose between submission and armed rebellion? NO – nonviolent resistance is the best choice. Here's why.
The state held the Frankfort hearing for public comment on the Medicaid waiver, and Greg Leichty was there for Forward Kentucky. Here's his report.
Democrats around the state are meeting and planning for the future. One such meeting took place recently in House District 32 in Louisville.
Proving that it's never too soon to start working on the next election, two Democratic candidates have declared for the 2018 KY House race.
As we look ahead to 2018, the question hangs out there for all: can Kentucky Democrats gain ground? Let's take a look at the numbers.
On 12/6/16 UofL was put on probation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). Here are the three reasons why.
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