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Today's Opinions

  • Unnatural thinking

    By Joshua C. Hicks

  • Unnatural thinking

    By Joshua C. Hicks

  • The benefits of scientific reasoning

    This week, Pastor Joshua Hicks has written a response to a column I wrote July 15. I would urge you to read that before reading this.
    Pastor Hicks and I would agree about many things, such as murdering people is wrong, people should not steal, and, we should try to help others.
    On homosexuality, we are not going to agree.

  • The benefits of scientific reasoning

    This week, Pastor Joshua Hicks has written a response to a column I wrote July 15. I would urge you to read that before reading this.
    Pastor Hicks and I would agree about many things, such as murdering people is wrong, people should not steal, and, we should try to help others.
    On homosexuality, we are not going to agree.

  • Be a hero

    Tyler Hamilton, 24, fought demons during his short life.
    He suffered from bi-polar disorder and drug addiction, but he had a good heart, according to his parents.
    In fact, it was his actual heart that saved the life of a teenage girl at Kosair Children’s Hospital last week.
    Tyler was an organ donor, and after his sudden and tragic death Wednesday, July 29, his heart and both of his kidneys were donated to three Kentuckians who desperately needed the organs to survive.

  • Be a hero

    Tyler Hamilton, 24, fought demons during his short life.
    He suffered from bi-polar disorder and drug addiction, but he had a good heart, according to his parents.
    In fact, it was his actual heart that saved the life of a teenage girl at Kosair Children’s Hospital last week.
    Tyler was an organ donor, and after his sudden and tragic death Wednesday, July 29, his heart and both of his kidneys were donated to three Kentuckians who desperately needed the organs to survive.

  • Crime in Kentucky

    For decades now, Kentucky State Police has annually compiled a comprehensive look at crime across the commonwealth, giving the public and law enforcement alike a much clearer picture of the challenges we face.
    The reports come out each summer and pull together data from local and state agencies, highlighting both short- and long-term trends. A comparison of 2014 with 1995, for example, shows that DUIs have dropped significantly – from 33,000 then to 22,500 last year – but that drug offenses have sky-rocketed, growing from less than 18,000 to more than 58,000.

  • Crime in Kentucky

    For decades now, Kentucky State Police has annually compiled a comprehensive look at crime across the commonwealth, giving the public and law enforcement alike a much clearer picture of the challenges we face.
    The reports come out each summer and pull together data from local and state agencies, highlighting both short- and long-term trends. A comparison of 2014 with 1995, for example, shows that DUIs have dropped significantly – from 33,000 then to 22,500 last year – but that drug offenses have sky-rocketed, growing from less than 18,000 to more than 58,000.