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Today's Opinions

  • Casino gaming and Kentucky United Horses

     

  • Casino gaming and Kentucky United Horses

     

  • Casino gaming and Kentucky United Horses

     

  • Letter: Time to protect Kentucky

    With the rise of socialist Babylon in the White House, it seems time for laws to protect Kentucky,
    1. A law making it illegal to occupy any part of Kentucky by unconstitutional U.N. actions or federal actions.
    2. A law ordering all Kentucky police officers to arrest any person, federal officer or U.N. command action troops who try to enforce unconstitutional laws to confiscate property or people within the boundaries of the state of Kentucky.

  • Corrections and clarifications

    In the Feb. 6 edition of The Lebanon Enterprise, there was a mistake in the story about David Ray Clarkson Jr.’s struggle with mental illness. The story stated that in Kentucky if you have a Medicaid card it will pay for mental health treatment or substance abuse treatment, but not both. Actually, Medicaid pays for mental health treatment, but not substance abuse treatment.

  • Greater Tuna never gets old

    For the first time in 11 years, Lynn Farris and Mike Thacker are bringing tuna back. (Not to be confused with bringing sexy back.)
    They are older.
    They are wiser (allegedly).
    And one of them has lost practically all of his hair.
    But, they’ve still got “it” on stage.
    I spent an hour with them Saturday and laughed with them (and at them) the entire time.
    So, what made them decide to bring the play “Greater Tuna” back to the stage?

  • Greater Tuna never gets old

    For the first time in 11 years, Lynn Farris and Mike Thacker are bringing tuna back. (Not to be confused with bringing sexy back.)
    They are older.
    They are wiser (allegedly).
    And one of them has lost practically all of his hair.
    But, they’ve still got “it” on stage.
    I spent an hour with them Saturday and laughed with them (and at them) the entire time.
    So, what made them decide to bring the play “Greater Tuna” back to the stage?

  • Senate still moving in short session

    In a 30-day “short session” like this year, it’s difficult for both chambers to fully consider the hundreds of bills that have been filed. However, over the last two weeks, the Senate has taken early action on major legislation, giving the House more time to study those bills.
    This week the Senate passed important bills addressing school safety, the state’s General Fund debt, economic development and healthcare.