Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Pass flood insurance bill

The U.S. has recently experienced a number of significant flooding events. The federal government will continue to foot the bill for the majority of flood claims through the National Flood Insurance Program, which issues federal flood policies to residents in flood areas.

Letters to the Editor

Electoral college should not be a rubber stamp

Trump loyalists dismiss the possibility that the Electoral College would violate their pledge to vote for the winner in their state. They attribute its existence solely to maintaining fairness among states with major populations and smaller, rural states. But, even in the days of the Founding Fathers a formula could have achieved the same result.

Letters to the Editor

Coal not the future

For eight years, Sen. Mitch McConnell has blamed President Obama and the EPA for the loss of coal jobs in Appalachia. But just three days after the election, when Republicans gained control of the White House and Congress and had no one left to blame, he admitted that repealing environmental protections may not lead to more mining jobs. Duh.

Letters to the Editor

Happy now?

The fools had their way. Now there will be an egotistical, narcissistic, arrogant, prejudiced, rude, crude, ignorant, lying, ill-tempered, sexist, serial sex offender, horse’s ass in the White House.

Videos

Malik Monk knows there's work to be done

Kentucky guard Malik Monk on the 97-92 loss to UCLA.
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Malik Monk knows there's work to be done 0:47

Malik Monk knows there's work to be done

Derek Willis: Every possession matters 2:13

Derek Willis: Every possession matters

John Calipari: We didn't have discipline defensively 2:45

John Calipari: We didn't have discipline defensively

Lonzo Ball made big plays for UCLA 0:53

Lonzo Ball made big plays for UCLA