With the announced retirement of Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, President Trump will have an opportunity to shape the court for generations to come, and the Democrats are obviously not happy. I can't blame them.
My first Laurel goes to UPS and its Metropolitan College program, but a Dart goes to U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
If everyone in our community gave just $10, we could more than double the number of opportunities for our children, families, artists, and the entire community.
Contrary to the claims of liberals, President Trump didn't create this mess.
I've got something to say that should make me sound like Mr. Obvious, but I promise you, it needs to be said.
If the state takeover of JCPS succeeds, one person, not elected -- who does not have any responsibility to the people of Jefferson County -- will have the power to make all those decisions and more.
As a parent, I know that means no more after-school commitments, late-night homework fights and parent-teacher conferences until the fall.
One promising idea during Kentucky’s recent legislative session was a change in the state’s sales tax law.
It's time for some more darts and laurels. A laurel to the University of Louisville and former Athletic Director Tom Jurich for settling their dispute out of court.
Most of us take for granted our gifts of hearing and speaking. Hearing loss and speech-language disorders can significantly impact a child's development and progress.