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Perry Boxx, the news director of WPSD Local 6. (photo via WPSD)

House Bill 273 is an obstacle to the truth

In an attempt to protect families, HB 273 actually empowers official corruption and misconduct. Public agencies will use it to hide incriminating evidence of misconduct. It is a bad bill.
Trump the Don (caricature by DonkeyHotey)

Will Trump ever be stopped?

From Teri Kanefield: I think the question is whether what Trump has unleashed can be contained. The answer is that it will be difficult, and will take time.
Writing in Cyrilic with a beautiful fountain pen (photo by Petar Milošević [CC BY-SA 4.0] via Wikimedia Commons)

A response to Andy Barr’s recent comments

Rep. Andy Barr wrote an opinion piece at the end of January that ran in the Winchester Sun. This column is in response to Barr's comments.

Morgan McGarvey’s Legislative Update

If you don't subscribe to the updates from your leges, you should. They're informative and important. And in the case of Morgan McGarvey, they're fun to read as well. Enjoy!

Why this year’s KDP reorganization is so important

The KY Democratic Party is in the process of electing new leaders, from local to state levels. This member of the KDP Executive Committee explains why this is so critical this year.

Jewish lasers

Steve Greenberg imagines a conversation between Marjorie Taylor Greene and the "Camp Auschwitz" guy.

Dear legislators — We need voting districts that make sense.

We need better voting maps. If one looks at the current map for Congress, for example, it would not be beyond the pale to question what kind of idiocy prevailed that produced it.

Waiting for the New Normal … or for Godot?

Do we really want to get back to normal? The actual normal we had? Or, are we waiting for some "new" normal, without taking action to make it happen?
Damage is visible in the early morning hours of Thursday, Jan. 7, 2021, after protesters stormed the Capitol in Washington, on Wednesday. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Desecration in Washington and Frankfort

Our Kentucky politics, just like our national, has now distilled itself down to just two kinds of people and two political parties that attract them. One is selfish, the other is compassionate. Which side are you on?

Roberts will not preside over impeachment trial

When the Senate’s impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump begins next month, one familiar face from Trump’s first impeachment won’t be there.

Riots, cellphones, selfies — and Orwell

We have met Big Brother – and often, he is us.
MLK statue in Washington, D.C.

Misusing Martin Luther King’s message

Leading Republicans who have not condemned the racist rhetoric need to leave MLK out of their platitudes and pronouncements.