Nema Brewer has a message for anybody who thinks the November election means teachers are political paper tigers heading into next year's governor's race.
“Civil rights are workers’ rights. You can’t have one without the other," said KY AFL-CIO president Bill Londrigan at the KY Alliance's Unity Dinner.
Information, snark, indignation, and at least one editorial cartoon -- all to be found in reactions on Twitter to the Bevin special session.
If you missed the Bevin-ProPublica dustup, here's the story from beginning to end, including the excellent Twitter thread posted by ProPublica. Enjoy!
Berry Craig gives us some "best of times, worst of times" comparisons for KY Dems as we wrap up 2018. He also gives us some possibles for the 2019 races!
Together Frankfort is marching in Frankfort's Christmas Parade by walking, handing out candy – and singing "My Favorite Things" with new progressive lyrics!
Hundreds of people turned out for the "Protect Mueller" protest in Louisville. But they were met by a small group of counter-protesters.
Joe Cunningham, the son of Justice Bill Cunningham, won an upset victory in South Carolina's first district, and becomes our "extra" congressman.
In Versailles, Kentucky, a young voice has emerged in the election for Versailles city council that hopes to reinvigorate the small central Kentucky town.
If you are still considering how you will vote, here are three resources to help. And two of them cover almost the entire ballot, including local races!
A story on the Commonwealth Project, where students do work they are passionate about, including getting involved politically (like voter registration!)
Our own Berry Craig covered the big "Remember in November" rally in Paducah, and took these photos of the event. Enjoy!