FREE SPEECH

Our First Amendment freedom of speech–the right to speak on political, social, and religious issues without fear of reprisal–is a freedom that we sometimes take for granted, especially younger generations. According to a recent survey by the Foundation for Individual...

CHURCH AND CULTURE

According to a Pew Forum Survey a few years ago 76 percent of Kentuckians identify as Christians. Roughly half (49 percent) identify as evangelical. One of the challenges for many Kentuckians is how their personal faith relates to the culture around them....

Careful With Your Words

Have you ever said something that as soon as the words left your mouth you regretted saying it? It’s likely happened to all of us at one time or another. Our words have tremendous power. They can build up or they can tear down. They can be used with a tone of...

CREDIT CARD DEBT

Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away. Which means that for many, Christmas shopping season will be in full swing.  It also means that many will put their Christmas bills on their credit cards.  But if you can’t pay off your cards, you might want to think twice about...

ELECTION RESULTS

Turnout in Kentucky’s general election was higher than expected at 41%. Yet even so, only four out of ten registered voters went to the polls to elect candidates for constitutional offices.  Republicans had historic victories as they won five out of six of the races. ...

Deadly Fires Hit California

California is facing another deadly round of forest fires, and they seem to be increasing. According to National Geographic, California’s landscape has been charred by fire eight times higher today than in the 1970s. Some are quick to blame global climate...

BIDEN DENIED COMMUNION

One segment of American society fears the church entangling itself in politics. But how many politicians fear the church prodding into their spiritual lives? This recently happened when a Catholic priest refused Holy Communion to Joe Biden who’s one of the...

ELECTION DAY TODAY!

It’s election day today! And if voter turnout projections are correct, you’re likely to stay at home. Only about one of three registered voters is expected to vote today. If you’re registered to vote and aren’t planning on voting, please allow...

THE GIFT OF FREE ELECTIONS

Tomorrow, Kentucky voters will go to the polls to determine who’ll be governor for the next four years. Five other constitutional offices are on the ballot as well. But the turnout is expected to be low. Roughly one in three registered voters will show up, in...