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.
For today's conservative hypocrites, an F-bomb is cause for wailing and gnashing of teeth. But Trump's obscene acts? Not even noticed or commented on.
While Donald Trump and Congress are engaged in a tug-of-war over his "border wall," Ivonne Rovira has a way to end the crisis AND keep the MAGA crowd happy.
Politicians have long used "patriotism" as a cheap campaign trick. We need to reject this, and instead choose "aspirational patriotism" as our goal.
Attica Scott is not running for governor in 2019, and I am disappointed. Here is why.
If you're one of the voters that helped keep Shelby County red in the recent elections, Will Barnett has some questions for you about fiscal responsibility.
This is an op-ed by Gov. Matt Bevin on the pensions and the recent special session, presented as information for our readers without editing or comment.
"If the President does it, that means it's legal." A famous quote by Richard Nixon, that now seems to apply to a ruling in Frankfort.
Why can’t Kentucky Republicans govern openly and honestly? Why must they act sneaky and underhanded? Tom Eblen explores the examples, and the reason.
It seems that Governor Bevin has a problem with Hubris. If that is true, then he needs to watch out for his Nemesis – who could be named Adkins or Beshear.
The Republican majority in Frankfort is railroading a bill through the legislature, an example of back-room deals and strong-arm tactics.
Starting in January, most adults covered by Medicaid will pay a copay. It’s a policy in search of a constituency, and Kentuckians deserve to know why.