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He got another fund-raising letter, but this time, he wrote back. "You do not care what we think. You only see us as the DCCC's personal ATM."
This is what democracy looks like when the Republicans hold the majorities in the House and Senate and the governor's office. This is Republican "democracy."
The biggest slice of baloney in the debate over net metering is that it's hurting coal, and that the Kentucky Legislature’s bill to kill net-metering is somehow pro-coal.
More and more people are beginning to say out loud what many people have long suspected: President Trump's mental state is dangerous.
Washington state ruled charter schools unconstitutional. Kentucky's Constitution has the same wording as Washington state's – do we have a case?
As you head to the polls on Tuesday, here are 15 legislators tied to ALEC who have pushed the Koch Brothers agenda. Let's be aware, and vote them out!
Two Louisville pastors have weighed in on charter schools, and they brought their truth-telling skills from the pulpit to the op-ed page.
State Rep. Chris Harris, a Pike County Democrat, isn't the only Bluegrass State lawmaker bucking the NRA. At least nine Democratic candidates for the legislature in rural, conservative western Kentucky are refusing to fill out those surveys the NRA sends around every election cycle.
It looked like dark days of the past: peaceful protesters nose-to-nose with police officers. But this wasn’t the 1950s or 1960s. And it wasn’t in the Deep South. It was Monday at the Kentucky state Capitol. And it was troubling.
Here's a memo to the Fourth Estate from an old reporter: “Moderates” implies middle-of-the road. And “tax reform” is a Republican frame.
The pension bill is out, and in addition to its other problems, it takes away money without replacing it. To quote a cliche, "Governor, show us the money!"