Response to the Glenn ballot seizure by our publisher, Bruce Maples: "... some of the most blatant, power-driven, and unethical acts I've ever seen."
The Republican members of the Glenn election challenge committee seized the absentee ballots from Owensboro and transported them to Frankfort.
State Sen. Max Wise unveiled a bi-partisan, comprehensive 30-page bill (SB1) on Wednesday intended to make Kentucky schools safer.
By now, everyone knows Trump lies. The problem is the brazenness and the quantity. And the flood of lies has created a dilemma for the media.
Kentucky has one of the highest rates of residents who can't vote because of felony convictions — but a recent federal lawsuit is seeking to change that.
Kentucky gives away more in tax incentives TO businesses than it takes in FROM businesses. Neal Turpin takes a look at what we SHOULD be doing.
Arguing against government overreach, two Kentucky lawmakers are sponsoring legislation that would let local communities stop fluoridating their drinking water.
Robert Goforth, who has filed to run for governor, has filed a bill that eliminates most location restrictions for persons with a concealed carry license.
Senate Bill 9 would prohibit abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected. If you think SB9 is bad, you need to use our link to let your voice be heard!
Governor Bevin's administration has put new regulations and procedures in place that limit access to the state capitol and the annex.
A new bill filed in the Kentucky Senate (SB9) would outlaw abortions once a fetal heartbeat was detected, and would make most abortions a Class D felony.
Jim Glenn has called on the House to dismiss the election challenge, since now that he is seated, the only action the House can take is impeachment.