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NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Civilians massacred. Journalists arrested. People starving to death. Ethiopia's government is under growing pressure to allow the world to see firsthand what has occurred in its embattled Tigray region as its Nobel Peace Prize-winning prime minister rejects "partisan interventions." more
Ever feel like we live in an environment where individuals are far too willing to believe the worst and far too unwilling to do the hard work of determining whether the story is true? Misinformation and disinformation may be to blame. more
Federal authorities have now given approval to a third COVID-19 vaccine in the United States. We already had the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines. Now you have a third vaccine approved, this one by Johnson & Johnson. more
At the end of homeschool days, after clearing the table of books, crayons, glue, or whatever else we’ve been using, the boys make a mad dash for the back door. Rain, snow, ice, freezing cold, or sunshine, they’re out and ready for adventure. more
The primary task of pastors is to preach Jesus. It’s a simple calling. But once we understand that preaching Jesus means preaching on everything that he commands us to obey (Matt. 28:20), preaching Jesus will bring us headlong into confronting the culture’s many counterfeit gospels. more
A friend recently found some old newspaper clippings from the Ashland Daily Independent that were tucked away in one of her grandmother’s old catalogs. Some of them dated back to 1917 but were in incredibly good shape. She posted many of the clipped-out articles and shared them on Facebook. Flipping through her Facebook post was fascinating and educational, like having a time capsule in front of you. more
As a husband, pastor, and the father of eight children, five of whom are daughters, there are many reasons I am deeply troubled by H.R. 5, legislation ironically named the Equality Act. In this article, I want to focus on my concerns as a girl dad who loves sports.   more
Winter storm Uri invaded our territory last week.  My beloved and I sat in the dark for a few days due to power outages in our area.  No TV, no internet, no electricity.  Our time off the grid was much shorter than those in other counties, but it was eye-opening, nonetheless.  more
This week, the U.S. House of Representatives is scheduled for a floor vote on a controversial bill titled the Equality Act. This legislation, filed as H.R. 5, seeks to expand the definition of “sex” to include “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” (SOGI) and would revise every title of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to add these categories as new protected classes in the federal code. Last Congress, the Equality Act passed in the House, but the bill died in the Senate.  more
One of the most important indicators of the economic health of state is the percentage of its population with a college degree. Unfortunately, Kentucky has historically had an exceptionally low college attainment rate. more
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