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I wrote in this space before the midterm that Donald Trump has a better than 50 percent chance of being re-elected in 2020. Since the results of the 2018 election rolled in, several people have asked if I feel the same way given the Democratic gains in the suburbs and upper Midwest.
President Donald Trump’s statement siding with Saudi Arabia on the issue of murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi sent shockwaves through American media and Washington, D.C., raising questions about America’s commitment to holding accountable regimes that commit human-rights atrocities.
One of the most talked about issues in this election season at the local and state level is the rampant drug problem that is destroying people and families. The far-reaching effects of the drug problem go beyond the personal side, affecting employers, schools and law enforcement, just to nam…
Martin County’s drinking-water crisis has been used to spotlight the effects of failing infrastructure, rural poverty, pollution, the power of the coal industry and weather. CNN has visited. Erin Brockovich has weighed in.
You don’t have to be a Christian to be pro-life, but you do have to be pro-life to be a Christian. The slaughter of innocent unborn babies NOT a Christian behavior.
One of the funniest selling points I see on TV (when I watch shows with ads) is the rush delivery that is offered on a product that I did not know existed, much less needed only sixty seconds earlier. One of the more troubling things I see in my neighborhood now on Sundays is a mail carrier …
Hey Dawsonians! It’s National Newspaper Week. This year’s observance started Sunday and will continue through Saturday. The observance is in its 78th year and aims to recognize employees and services of newspapers.
More than anything else in the Trump era, the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation fight will be remembered as the ‘whose side are you on?’ moment.
More often than not there are enterprises within our communities that we know nothing about. But when little-known organizations have an outsized impact on improving lives, it becomes obligatory for everyone to know.
Kentucky used to be the land of four seasons, but the last few years, it’s felt like two seasons: winter and summer. Fall starts in a couple days, but summer weather will probably stick around for a while, even as the sunlight decreases.