What happens when drivers make ‘I wanna be first’ decisions
To the truck driver who glared at me and saluted me with that special finger for driving too slow on U.S. 25E coming from Barbourville yesterday — maybe you should hang up and slow down.
Listen to God by placing Him on speaker phone
This past week, I got on Facebook and took a poll of my friends. I asked them to name a type of place you might call where you would get put on hold for a long time.
Unity without uniformity
Are we heading toward a global church, a pluralistic church, a uniform church with little diversity?
Some quotable lawmakers
The 2014 General Assembly isn’t over — lawmakers return on April 14 and 15 to consider overriding any bills Gov. Steve Beshear may decide to veto.
Cats need to win it for Willie
A lot of people were concerned about the status of Willie S. on Facebook Saturday morning. I told them my ankle was fine, but I did have a little head cold.
What’s going on in those secret budget discussions?
Lawmakers fulfilled their primary constitutional duty by agreeing on a $20.3 billion budget. Still, plenty of unanswered questions remain about Kentucky’s budget process.
I am a human being first
That’s the way it can happen in this profession — and it was again put to the test for me yesterday.
Our troubles can melt away like snow
During my 30 years here on Earth, I cannot remember a winter with as much snow and ice as the one we went through this past season.
Our prisons — to bury or revive?
People, who have seriously violated society lose their right to live in it. A government has the obligation to protect its citizens from such criminals. Imprisonment is the usual format used for many generations.
The death of Fred Phelps
There are few deaths in America that created more discussion of hatred then that of Fred Phelps.
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