September 10, 2008 RSS feed / Opinions

Take the wraps off Sarah Palin

In less than eight weeks, Americans choose a president and a vice president. That deputy job matters. Eight times in U.S. history, vice presidents have replaced presidents who died. Gerald Ford stepped up when Richard Nixon resigned. More...

Something to think about

'Maybe I'm sitting somewhere else, but I thought we were fighting three wars. I thought we had a looming fiscal crisis. I thought incomes had gone down two-thousand dollars. More...

Being in PTA is no easy task

Men prepare for the world of politics on the ball field, in the boardroom or on a bloodstained battleground far from home, horrors seared on their hearts, souls and sometimes their skin. Women prepare someplace far tougher. The PTA. More...

Republicans doing what they do

Events at the national political conventions over the last two weeks could have less impact on Kentucky's elections this fall than what happened in federal court in Lexington on Sept. 3. More...

What next light bulb police?

To the editor:

If you are one of those who fall for some of this global warming, go-green propaganda, you should read this. If you have already bought some of the "energy saver" bulbs now on the market then this is a must read for you. More...

Is MSHA being too tough now?

Forty-seven coal miners were killed on the job in 2006, the worst year for mining deaths since 1995. More...

Political Cartoon

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Is she prepared for the job? That's what really matters

WASHINGTON John McCain's campaign acknowledged this weekend that Sarah Palin is unprepared to be vice president or president of the United States. Of course, McCain's people said no such thing. But their actions told you all you needed to know. More...

Karl is still 'roving'

To the Editor:

The rumor mills are cranking out suggestions that Hillary and Bill are hoping Obama loses so they can say, "We told you so." Actually, this sounds more like something from Camp McCain and the campaigns when Karl was "roving." As I wrote, when he le More...