I was sent by Al Gore's 1988 presidential campaign to coordinate an event in Ohio towards the end of Gore's candidacy. After it ended, I gave T...
One priest abused 90 of our 243 victims. This priest testified under oath that he told his archbishop of his crimes. The archbishop told him to "go and sin no more." The priest did not follow his archbishop's advice.
On the bottom of the front cover was his picture in a mug shot. As the legendary attorney Frank Haddad said, "no one looks good in a mug shot." John Boel didn't either. The Louisville news anchor who won seventy Emmy awards had a problem.
"Invest in Kentucky" can prove to be an influential force if it chooses to get the discussion started. But it first needs to turn its sights to the right target, and petition the General Assembly to effectuate the change it so desires.
David Williams, Kentucky's GOP nominee for governor, may have finally found the elusive political silver bullet. The State Senate President has hit upon a new campaign theme that might just bring him a stunning, surprise victory: Anti-Hinduism.
If you aren't a whiskey lover now, you will be after a week on the American Whiskey Trail. I know because it happened to me.
The father-in-law at issue is Terry Stephens, a highly successful businessman in rural southern Kentucky. And his son-in-law, Kentucky Senate President and GOP gubernatorial nominee David Williams, is having a very, very bad year.
Wall Street and Big Coal corporations have no better friend than Rep. Hal Rogers (R-KY), the "prince of pork" and powerful chairman of the House Appropriations Committee.
Creative, internet-based videos are no longer something reserved for major corporations to promote products; we're now using this type of media to promote issues that the public cares about.
Countless people have told me their personal stories about something Al did to make a difference in their lives. Al doesn't discriminate. I've had multimillionaires, manual laborers and journalists all tell me their stories about how Dr. Smith touched their lives.
Most people want a regular work routine. Their lives are based on forty-hour work weeks and steady paychecks. When people tell me they want to start their own business, I ask them whether they can really live without regular income.
When about one month ago I first heard that Marine Sergeant Dakota L. Meyer, a former Austin resident, would be receiving the Medal of Honor for heroism in Afghanistan, I was so proud.
We know it's nearly impossible to complete a list of the greatest dive bars in America, but here is a start. This list is picks from bartenders, som...
The "juicy part" of the book was the story of Edwards' controversial firing from Morning Edition. Although Bob does not dig up a lot of dirty laundry on people in the book, he does tell his story completely and fully.
My real reason for going to Kentucky was because I wanted to see what happens when a town outlives its usefulness to the global economy; to get a better grasp of human cost of the decline of American industry.
As people work to make money on Main Street, insurance plays a key role in making sure that an illness, fire, or accident does not put them out of business and that the financial goals for families and charities are met if the person who set the goals dies before they are achieved.