03 November 2022

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Tiny drops can make big splash

Tiny drops can make big splash


She is one of the saints in my life. I’ll call her Caroline. Having survived hard-scrabble beginnings in the hills of Eastern Kentucky, in her last ...
05 October 2022

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Why political skills matter

Why political skills matter


Now that this year’s primaries are over and general-election campaigns are revving up, it’s time to take a step back. I know, it seems an odd t...
21 September 2022

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07 September 2022

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Tussle over where power should lie continues

Tussle over where power should lie continues


In June, when the Supreme Court issued its Dobbs decision overturning Roe v. Wade, attention understandably focused on the majority’s view of what t...
17 August 2022

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Why Congressional oversight matters

Why Congressional oversight matters


It’s impossible to know right now what impact the work of the Jan. 6 committee will have in the long run, though it’s a fair bet that whatever the...
10 August 2022

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Remember what government can do

Remember what government can do


Here’s a question: When was the last time at least half of Americans said the government in Washington could be trusted to do the right thing all or...
20 July 2022

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Northeast Posey

Northeast Posey


By Anita K. Bube, Correspondent The South Central Class of 1961 met June 28. We are trying to keep a schedule with our classmate luncheon. We meet at...

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Always leave them with hope

Always leave them with hope


Many years ago, I was in the audience when the Rev. Jesse Jackson, the legendary civil rights activist and election mobilizer, gave a speech. He often...
13 July 2022

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Celebrating the American farmer

Celebrating the American farmer


I like to describe the American farmer as a true conservationist and an incredible ambassador for our country. One who cares for the land for this and...
08 June 2022

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Make time to tackle bucket list

Make time to tackle bucket list


When he was barely a year old, Anthony’s mother, Elizabeth, and his little sister, Muriel, died, victims of the 1918 flu pandemic. Anthony believed ...