Republicans love to talk about “traditional Kentucky values.” Two of their values come to my mind: election-stealing and union-busting. And, they're linked.
President Trump's honor of WWII vets was marred by his America-only comments, and by his America-only approach to our allies. Berry Craig explains.
I read the audit of the state Office of Technology. Here are three sentences from that audit that were shocking – pretty high on the "SMH" scale.
If any reasonable person would count a ballot one way, but outside pressure causes the decision to go the other way, is that "election stealing"?
Dear lawmakers: Pass the bill to bring more transparency to exec branch lobbying, and stop the move to subsidize private schools at public schools’ expense.
The next step in the GOP playbook should be voter suppression. The fact that there’s no such bill pre-filed in KYGA19 spells trouble.
In pulling out of the INF treaty, Trump is gambling with our security while giving Putin permission to do what he wants. It is a gamble we can't afford.
When asked about releasing tax returns, candidate Gill Holland said he would not be releasing his. It was the wrong answer. Here's why.
“There’s not much difference between the two parties," is the lamest excuse ever for not voting. Want proof? Berry Craig's got it for you, right here.
SB-2 is, in a word, a "stinkeroo." It would transform Kentucky’s chief justice into the governor’s and legislature’s personal judge-shopper.
AG Beshear has moved closer to over-ruling the flawed 2015 open records ruling by then-AG Conway. It's time for Mr. Beshear to finish the job.
As more and more information has surfaced in the Covington Catholic incident last weekend, I want to update our coverage with more of my own thoughts.