The days after Labor Day Members Subscribers Public
On Labor Day we celebrate the American worker, even as we are being pressed to the breaking point by our “Survival of the Fittest” economy.
Alex Jones and the business of misinformation Members Subscribers Public
Alex Jones ranks among the biggest liars and spreaders of misinformation, and has been called “America’s leading conspiracy theorist.” Guess how much he is worth?
Louisville prosecutor refuses to drop charges against Breonna Taylor protesters Members Subscribers Public
Jefferson County Attorney Mike O'Connell claims that the cases against the protesters have not met his “criteria for dismissal,” and his office will move forward with prosecutions.
Kentuckians demand control over their bodies as doctors navigate abortion law gray areas Members Subscribers Public
Now that Kentucky’s trigger law is in effect, what are women doing about it? Many are choosing to maintain control of their bodies by making serious healthcare decisions.
What will you do when the GOP comes for your wife, daughter, or sister? Members Subscribers Public
What would you do if that was your daughter, wife, mother, or sister who was forced to bleed out for ten long days so a Republican politician could crow about being “pro-life”?
Comer will impeach Biden, Guthrie's a debt hypocrite – w/guest Jimmy Ausbrooks Members Subscribers Public
Aaron and Kimberly discuss the recent outrages from KY's Congressional Republicans, how Andy can show he's a true man of the people, and welcome Jimmy Ausbrooks, running against Jamie Comer for the expansive (and gerrymandered) 1st Congressional district.
‘Pain and hurt’ over LGBTQ issues pushed KY Teacher of the Year from small-town classroom Members Subscribers Public
Less than a year after being named KY Teacher of the Year, Willie Carver walked away from the profession he loved.
The dangers of student indoctrination Members Subscribers Public
Nazis did it. Russians are doing it. Are we in the U.S. going to follow in their footsteps?