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Today's Opinions

  • Chasing addictions, running from God

    The late comedienne Gilda Radner used to say, “It’s always something.”
    In this life, it’s always something. There’s always something that’s your Achilles’ heel, your kryptonite, your downfall, your master. There’s always something that holds power over you, making you bow down to it, obey it. There’s always something that you start out loving and often end up hating because it eventually crushes you.
    But if you’re fortunate, it brings you to Jesus.

  • Reader to parents: ‘Pay your bill’

    Editor:

  • State’s automotive production soaring

    In 1913, when the automotive industry first set up shop in Kentucky, few then could have imagined just how much of an impact it would have on the commonwealth in the decades ahead.
    It all began on South Third Street in Louisville, where 17 employees could assemble up to 12 of Ford’s Model T vehicles on a good day.
    Now, we churn out more than 3,500 a day on average at our four assembly plants, or about 1.3 million a year. That’s a traffic jam stretching from Seattle to Miami.

  • My Mad Dog
  • ‘Trust fall’ in a spiritual sense

    I have a friend who Trusts. God. With. All. His. Heart!
    He talks a lot about faith and giving everything over to God.
    Frankly, sometimes I want to smack him.
    The funny thing is, although I’m not laughing, 10 years ago he didn’t have a real soul-transforming faith and he used to come to me, asking about what it means to be a Christian.
    One of his big questions at the time was about the power of God. He was feeling like a dog’s chew toy, as if God and the devil were playing tug-o-war with him.

  • Parent of child with lunch issue urges readers: sign petition

    Editor:
    For those of you following the school lunch petition, judge me however you want, but first know the facts. I’m the guilty parent “who only cares about her kids now,” and I’m “the piece of crap screwing a system.”  Not once have I ever been contacted regarding the situation.

  • Kentucky a leader in preserving historic landmarks

    Eighty years ago, historical preservation took a major step forward when the federal government began compiling a list of those irreplaceable landmarks that help define our country’s heritage.

  • Grace and roller skating

    By Rev. Chris Kazee
    I have never been good at roller skating (or anything that requires balance for that matter).  However, when I was a children’s pastor in another part of the state, I did take a group of church kids to the local roller rink. One of the boys who went was named Will, and he skated like I remember skating.  He probably fell at least ten times and when he hit the ground, he hit hard. In fact, he fell so hard that the tops of his shins, right below his knees, were completely bruised.