Joe Biden’s Speech

Pres. Joe Biden recently gave a speech at Independence hall where he demonized those he calls MAGA Republicans. He said, “MAGA forces are determined to take this country backwards, backwards to an America where there is no right to choose, no right to privacy, no...

FBI Interferes with Free Speech

Should the federal government tell private media outlets what stories to suppress? The answer should clearly be no. However, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg recently shared how the F.B.I. influenced Facebook into suppressing information about the Hunter Biden laptop...

Judicial Activism in Michigan

Last week a Michigan judge struck down the state’s 91-year-old law criminalizing abortion. Michigan Court of Claims Judge Elizabeth Gleicher said in her opinion that “criminalizing” abortion “eliminate access to a mainstay healthcare service.” And “Eliminating...

Student Loan Debt Hits $1.75 Trillion

Student loan debt topped $1.75 Trillion last year. In fact, the debt has tripled in the last 16 years. And this is because the cost of college education has increased by 500% since 1985. One contributing factor is the increased administrative cost in higher-ed. On...

Labor Day 2022

Today marks the unofficial end of summer. It’s Labor Day, which became a federal holiday in 1894 after the labor movement fought for safer work places, an 8 hour work day, fair wages, and the end to child labor. Those goals were eventually realized. But Labor Day also...

Supreme Court Reinstates Abortion Ban

The Kentucky Supreme Court reinstated the pro-life law that bans abortions in most cases. It’s otherwise known as the Trigger law, and it went into effect after the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade and handed abortion policy back to the states. The issue...

Addressing Mental Health in Public School Students

Students across the state of Kentucky are pushing lawmakers to expand mental health services offered at schools after surveys show that anxiety, depression, and suicidal thoughts have been on the rise. The students gave a list of recommendations, which included...

Biden Forgives Student Loans

Pres. Biden issued an executive order to forgive up to $10,000 in federal student loan debt for borrowers with incomes below $125,000 a year. He’s canceling an additional $10,000 for those who received federal Pell Grants to attend college.  If you’re saddled with...

Flood Relief from Legislature

The Kentucky General Assembly met last week to address the devastating floods that swept over Eastern Kentucky. The special legislative session approved $212.7 million in new spending to help rebuild communities that were hit by floods in late July. Gov. Andy Beshear...

Sex-ed for Kindergartners

Parents have a lot of concerns about negative influences on their children these days. But they shouldn’t have to worry about inappropriate content being introduced to their five and six-year-olds in the public school classroom. A school district in Wisconsin...