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Next Tuesday, we’re told, there will be a bill introduced that will make the so-called "historical racing" slot machines legal.  more
On Thursday, President Biden announced that he will rescind the pro-life Mexico City Policy. The Mexico City Policy, established by President Reagan, prohibits U.S. foreign aid to groups that provide or promote abortion overseas. more
Have you ever REALLY not liked someone because they weren’t on your team or your side?  And you didn’t just not like him, but you judged him harshly and were quick to spew ugly words about him?  Perhaps you were always swift to cheer against him because you felt like he was the embodiment of yuck and you wanted anybody, absolutely ANYBODY to outscore him, sack him, or beat him.  more
2020 was a trying time for the Commonwealth.  COVID-19 forced us to reconsider what was important and adjust how we conduct our daily affairs.  In our justice system, it meant keeping guards and people in incarceration safe by addressing the endemic overcrowding in Kentucky, where we sadly have the dubious distinction of having the seventh-highest incarceration rate in the nation more
Five facts you should know about problem gambling: Problem gambling is an umbrella term for all gambling behavior patterns that compromise, disrupt or damage personal, family or vocational … more
NASHVILLE (BP) – As Christians, we have a responsibility to pray for the leaders of our nation. more
Kentucky Baptists can, and should, celebrate that the unified evangelistic effort known as The Gospel to Every Home (GTEH) is being met with incredible buy-in across the Commonwealth. more
Many Christians, who are also Americans, face a challenge on Inauguration Day 2021. On the one hand, we want to celebrate the transfer of authority. It is one aspect of our Republic that makes it unique. On the other hand, some Christians are filled with anxiety when an incoming president promises to implement policies opposed to their deeply held values. more
“Words of the Year” are a trending topic every January. Some designate a Word of the Year to guide or focus goals and intentions for the next 365 days. Many spend a great deal of time praying for that word from above to inspire or grow in faith. After years of participating (because you know I love words), I’m a little sad to say I don’t have a word for 2021. more
It was a rough year in 2020 and Gen Zers are just as eager as the rest of the world to leave it behind. But maybe we should all slow down before teachable moments from the past year are lost in the hustle and bustle of a new one. more
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