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Today's Opinions

  • Music City Aussie Style

      For the past ten days, Australian Sam’s mum and friend Leah have been visiting us from down under.  Sam will be with us for six more weeks, but the others began their journey back to the other side of the world yesterday. 

  • Letters to the Editor --July 2

      71Overpass/New Moody Access Dispute

     

  • Letters to the Editor-- June 25, 2015

     Displeased with building

    When Southeast Christian Church moved into, and eventually bought, Crestwood Station, I was very impressed with the many changes they made, both aesthetically and structurally.  

    When they began the marvelous renovation of the storefronts across from the church property I was equally impressed.  

  • Financial Advice

     The fiduciary versus suitability standard has been a hot topic in recent months.  I was recently asked when speaking to The Pewee Valley Woman’s Club in April about the Department of Labor’s recent proposal that would require those who provide advice on assets held in retirement accounts to be held to a fiduciary standard.

  • It's always something

     We are tiny complex humans in a huge complex world and an even bigger universe.  It’s all so unimaginably, fantastically strange that we’ll never be able to understand everything.  And that applies at all levels and in all areas of life.  Once you grasp this rule you’ll sleep easier at night.

  • What happens to people who don’t believe?

     A very popular philosophical idea about salvation is known as the religious mountain.  We are at the bottom and God is at the top.  There are many paths to God (Hindu, Muslim, Judaism, Buddhism, Witchcraft, in addition to Christianity), and it doesn’t matter which one you take.  Take a path, any path, mix and match them, and we will all end up at the same place, the top of the mountain with God. 

  • Protecting road funds

    By Thomas Massie, U. S. Congressman

     At a recent House Rules committee hearing, one of my colleagues from New York declared that the potholes in the roads in her district are so bad, “you can lose your car in them.”  Kentuckians and Americans from all over the country agree. It is long past time that something was done to address the deplorable state of the highways and infrastructure in this country. 

  • Playing with the deacon's kids

     Growing up as a Baptist preacher’s daughter had its ups and downs.  Everything they say about preachers’ kids is true.  We really are getting into trouble all the time, and doing things we shouldn’t.  But it’s only because we spend so much time playing with the deacons’ kids.