With spring training just around the corner, I've got baseball and boards on my mind.
"I'd like to talk about who we're running against. A billionaire who calls women fat broads and horse-faced lesbians, and no I'm not talking about Donald Trump, I'm talking about Mayor Bloomberg."
The Bloomberg-Bernie battle is almost like a comic book come to life. The two combatants cover almost every cliche on the right-wing scorecard.
Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles is filling the void left by former Gov. Matt Bevin as Kentucky Republicans' fiercest online defender against loquacious liberals.
Given the heavy weight of the current cultural and political discourse on our collective spirits, I've been trying to keep my writing on the lighter side, believing a bit of levity can help dispel the dark clouds. But some issues cannot be avoided, and today I want to address a serious probl…
The Senate was put to the test. For the first time since Reconstruction, we were sent a presidential impeachment that passed the House with votes from only one party.
Both projects at the heart of this legislative edition of Liberty Boosters and Busters offer reminders of the costly, if unintended, consequences of government involvement in undertakings better left to the private sector.