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The First Scandal of Campaign 2024 May. 21, 2020

Joe Conason

Do you remember Mike Pompeo? Not the Pompeo who now serves as secretary of state, and who liked to b... Read More

COVID-19 Fears Inspire a Bizarre Revenge Plot Apr. 30, 2020

Lenore Skenazy

What's a parent to do? It was early in March, COVID-19 fears were on the rise, and two Kentucky pare... Read More

Birthplace of Two Outstanding Women: Lexington, Kentucky Feb. 02, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Steve Bergsman We visit certain cities for the tourist attractions, the vistas, the history or pe... Read More

Necessary Noise Nov. 13, 2019

Star Parker

American voters are motivated by a fever pitch. That's the message from last week's elections. The ... Read More

Mandatory Shortages Nov. 12, 2019

John Stossel

Governments create problems. Then they complain about them. "A public health crisis exists," says K... Read More

Voters Send a Warning to Pro-Trump GOP Incumbents to Expect the Unexpected Nov. 11, 2019

Daily Editorials

Despite Democratic zeal over Tuesday's special election results, it's far from clear where Americans... Read More

Moderation and Good Manners Actually Win Elections Nov. 07, 2019

Froma Harrop

Moderation along with good manners delivered impressive victories to Democrats this week. Case in po... Read More

Life Is Messy; Be Cautious of an Orderly Narrative Nov. 07, 2019

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

Here's what you can expect to see between now and the 2020 elections, which are less than a year awa... Read More

Life Is Messy; Be Cautious of an Orderly Narrative Nov. 07, 2019

Daily Editorials

Here's what you can expect to see between now and the 2020 elections, which are less than a year awa... Read More

Catholic Schools Aren't 'Bastions of Bigotry' Feb. 01, 2019

Daily Editorials

Catholic Schools Week comes and goes the last week of January without mention here or fanfare anywhe... Read More

Rise of the Rest in Appalachia May. 22, 2018

Salena Zito

PIKEVILLE, Ky. — On Election Day 2016, Jonathan Webb found himself on a lavish cruise liner wi... Read More

Underestimating the Voters' Intelligence -- and Paying for It Feb. 24, 2018

Mark Shields

Politics can be both cruel and unsentimental. Consider the case of Sen. Thad Cochran, R-Miss., known... Read More

The Trouble With Medicaid Work Requirements Jan. 21, 2018

Steve Chapman

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin, acting out of an abundance of compassion, is doing a favor to people on Me... Read More

Get Off the Couch If You Want Medicaid Jan. 17, 2018

Betsy McCaughey

Last week, the Trump administration announced it will allow states to impose a "community engagement... Read More

A New Message Needed for Democrats Aug. 15, 2017

Salena Zito

RICHLAND, Ky. — Several months after losing her state legislative seat representing a district... Read More

The Trump 'Faithful' Get the Budget Cuts They Voted For Mar. 23, 2017

Froma Harrop

Kentucky has become a favored dateline for many of President Donald Trump's fervent critics. They co... Read More

Blue America Gets Richer Mar. 14, 2017

Froma Harrop

"Trumpcare is really a tax break for the rich, not a health care program," Sen. Chuck Schumer of New... Read More

What a Performance in Kentucky Sep. 09, 2015

Connie Schultz

It was the kind of rally we've come to expect from those Americans who think someone else's equal ri... Read More

Remember the Law Is Only Sacred When It Furthers a Liberal Value Sep. 04, 2015

David Harsanyi

Working for the government is not an inalienable right. So Kim Davis, a county clerk in Kentucky, wa... Read More

Clerk Kim Davis Will Be a Lonely Footnote in History Sep. 02, 2015

Connie Schultz

Tricky business, this righteous outrage. You have to be so careful not to sound like a hypocrite whi... Read More