USA Today published a report card for the 50 states on guidelines of legislative accountability and public access to information. Kentucky received a C in legislative accountability and an F in public access to information.
On the bright side, a recent $9 billion investment to Ford plants in the U.S. will help students interested in co-ops and internships get the real world experience needed to make that transition.
Part of publishing editorial cartoons is to make a powerful statement that gets the reader’s attention without them having to put in an excessive amount of thought. Few in the editorial cartoon game are better at this than Joel Pett, the Pulitzer-winning cartoonist of the Lexington Herald-Leader.
In light of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, many Americans have shared their thoughts and prayers for those affected. But in the same breath they have condemned the thousands of refugees fleeing from terrorist attacks, one being governor-elect Matt Bevin. Bevin said he would keep Syrian refugees from entering Kentucky. “I do believe that […]
There is nothing like turkey, pumpkin pie and capitalism for Thanksgiving. Unfortunately, many Americans will be torn from their dinner tables and families to work the Black Friday shift at their place of employment — on Thursday. For these employees it is not a choice of whether or not they work on Thanksgiving. As most […]
Sometimes reasonable solutions can come from the most unreasonable of situations. That seems to be the case with Governor-elect Matt Bevin and his decision to remove the names of county clerks from marriage licenses. Bevin is doing this to appease clerks who have a religious objection to issuing licenses for same-sex couples. In fact, Bevin […]