Corporate America has fed the obesity crisis for decades and now parades their creation on television, normalizing obesity in the process.
Judge-Executive David Voegele in Oldham County, Kentucky, wrote a letter calling out Coca-Cola for malfeasance and demanded the removal of its products.
The report, released earlier this month, underscores the declining importance of religious faith in American life, as highlighted in pandemic reopenings.
House lawmakers under Democratic leadership are embracing earmarks to dump millions into district projects lobbied for by members.
It’s not clear how a university can say it ‘accepts students of all…political leanings’ while hosting an event charging half the country with being terrorists due to the color of their skin.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has proposed a plan that will lead to vaccine doses expiring before they can be used.
Despite larger populations, currently freer peoples, and a media narrative that screams otherwise, there are far, far fewer deaths in Texas and in Florida than in New York.
McGrath brought in $88 million and spent over $73 million — $30 million more than the McConnell campaign spent in the deep-red state.
Interim Louisville Chief of Police Robert Schroeder announced both officers are ‘stable’ and a suspect was arrested, but he is ‘very concerned about the safety of our officers.’
An MSNBC guest called Kentucky Republican Attorney General Daniel Cameron, who is black, “skinfolk” and “not kinfolk” Wednesday.
‘Defund the police’ might get clicks and bump ratings, but it is terrible policy. Congress ought to reject the movement and incentivize best practices.
A federal judge overturned North Carolina Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper’s orders Saturday that sought to cap services with greater restrictions than other public places.
Federal District Judge Justin Walker, who stopped a Louisville mayor from criminalizing Easter sailed through his Senate hearing for the D.C. Circuit Court.
The House is gone. The elections are months away. The Senate has already passed $3.5 trillion in coronavirus relief aid. It’s time to move on judges.
Kentucky State Police will record the license plate numbers of cars in church parking lots, and local health departments will issue 14-day quarantine orders to the owners.
Hospitals forced to forgo elective surgeries in preparation for a surge in patients have suffered lost revenues needed to keep operations afloat.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., on Sunday became the first United States senator to test positive for the Wuhan virus, commonly known as coronavirus.
Matt Bevin’s loss doesn’t have anything to do with Trump, and it’s not about ‘conservatives’ versus ‘moderates,’ either. Conservatism embodies middle-class and working-class values. Why not embrace that?
Exposing voters to the ‘transgender sports’ message boosts Matt Bevin’s two-party support by +10 points overall, from 46 percent to 56 percent. The best persuasion targets move +18 points, from 43 percent to 65 percent support.
A week after the announcement U.S. forces will move out of Northern Syria, ABC News aired footage it claimed shows ‘slaughter in Syria,’ which appears actually to be from a Kentucky gun range.
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