Today's Opinions

  • Total perspective

    Every year for the last 22 years I have attended the Festival of Faiths, a nationally acclaimed multi-faith festival of music, poetry, art, film and dialogue with internationally renowned spiritual leaders, practitioners and teachers held here in Louisville. I come annually to gain wisdom or total perspective.

  • Internet doctors and the living dead

    By Ginger Lumpkin

    As part of my ongoing plastic surgery saga, allow me to give you a rundown of my day thus far. It has been nearly a month since I had the third set of procedures that were intended to correct the original botched surgery. 

  • Letter to the Editor - May 4, 2017

    ‘So thankful’

    Oh, I'm so thankful I got a three-tenths of 1 percent raise on my Social Security this year as that will certainly help with the rate increases Louisville Gas and Electric, Kentucky Utilities and Metropolitan Sewer District are requesting.   

  • Resurrection disciples: Do you love me?

    Jesus has shown Peter the most amazing mountaintop experience that anyone can imagine. 

  • Only in the South

    By Ginger Lumpkin

    I had just a few minutes to run a quick errand before checking into the hospital for surgery. I pulled into a downtown Chattanooga parking garage, and the attendant, an older woman, struck up a conversation. When she found out I needed to park for less than 30 minutes, the following dialogue ensued:

  • Giving hope with humility

    I have been writing articles and books for some 25 years, and I can tell you few things in life are more powerful than positive feedback.  

  • Letter to the Editor - April 20, 2017

    A rebuttal to Thomas Massie

    I am writing this letter as a concerned father, educator and citizen. I want to preface this retort to the OpEd that Rep. Massie wrote concerning his bill to abolish the Department of Education (ED), by saying that I am a lifelong registered Independent voter. 

  • Resurrection disciples are not afraid of death

    When Peter was on the mountain where Jesus was transfigured, he had the most amazing mountaintop experience. He “felt” so good, and was so certain his faith could handle anything.