Responses to a column about redemption and Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh quickly boiled over into partisan attacks. It got columnist Paul Prather wondering if we are heading downhill into another Civil War.
Columnist Paul Prather used to get a chuckle out of hit grandmother’s frustration with the modern world of his youth. But a recent trip to the movies – now involving reserved seating, advance tickets and apps – made him feel like the one that was losing touch.
I received a question recently about how to deal with a friend’s apparent bigotry. When I’m bothered by that, I try to remember a couple of things. First, it’s not my job to be everybody else’s conscience. That’s God’s job, a job I can’t do for him.
The NFL owners’ decision didn’t focus on the relative merits, or lack thereof, of the players’ beliefs about discrimination. It didn’t focus on players’ right to free speech. It was only about cynical politics and guarding the league’s bottom line.
As part of the University of Kentucky's weeklong homecoming celebration UK football tight end CJ Conrad, along with UK cheerleaders Riley Aguiar, Josh Marsh, and Wildcat mascot Scratch, visited patients in the Kentucky Children's Hospital.