Well, we all learned something recently. You can get yourself a seat inside the U.S. Capitol building these days easier than you can at a Chuckie Cheese. The lines are long at both funhouses but the people at the Capitol are better at getting you in and out. Trouble is the minute you walk in…
Though imperfect and flawed, our nation’s founding fathers had a shared vision of the creation of a state where rule of the people would take precedent over the rule of any single individual.
“It’s been a long December and there’s reason to believe that maybe this year will be better that the last.” Those lyrics are from A Long December by the Counting Crows, and are very apropos.
While legislative sessions in odd-numbered years are relatively new in Kentucky — the first of the modern era was held just 20 years ago — the General Assembly has convened at the Capitol every January since our current constitution was adopted in 1891.
Another Christmas is upon us, and I extend my warmest wishes and a sincere hope that you and your loved ones are enjoying a holiday season in good health and full of happiness.
Nearly nine months since the word “coronavirus” entered our daily vocabulary, hope may be on the horizon in the form of multiple effective COVID-19 vaccines. It’s too early to declare the global pandemic done — and we must not let up on practicing basic public health measures like mask-weari…