What happened on the 57th day of this year's 60-day legislative session is exactly what the drafters of Kentucky's constitution were trying to prevent: A sewer bill was transformed into a 291-page pension reform and approved in a matter of hours.
How ironic that the White House chose to withdraw from the United Nations Human Rights Council on Tuesday just as President Trump was manipulating the suffering of migrant children for his own political ends.
There has been significant media coverage in recent weeks surrounding protests by the Poor People’s Campaign at the Kentucky Capitol in Frankfort. Some sources have suggested that this group is somehow being arbitrarily “shut out” of access to the building because of the content of their message.
Inspector General says Interior Department could not explain why it axed a study of surface coal mining's effects on human health, cancellation wasted $455,110. Interior official who pushed to end study had met at least six times with coal industry players.
Caging kids in the U.S. is reprehensible, but China's closed door is, too. China doesn’t have a refugee problem. It’s policy is as simple as it is heartless. It effectively refuses to take any. The result? No refugees means no refugee problem.