Inbox — May 21, 2014

Letters to the Editor

Unclear Channel

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Blinded by science?

These folks are helping people see that science isn’t just for kids and nerds

Labor pains

City workers air grievances with Fischer administration

Inbox — May 14, 2014

Letters to the Editor

Saluting Segrest

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Cock-a-toodle-doo

How the Matt Bevin boom became a total bust

Last Wednesday, the morning after a slew of Tea Party candidates were stomped by their establishment-backed Republican primary opponents, conservative radio host and conspiracy huckster Glenn

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Shadow boxing

Jimmy Ellis’ champion legacy remembered

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Gross income

The plight of adjunct instructors in Kentuckiana

For decades, well-educated — and expensively educated — adjunct or “contingent” faculty have slogged it out in American colleges and universities, public and private, for sc

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Take Me To Your Leader

Facts, rumors and political innuendo

The battle between Mitch McConnell and Alison Lundergan Grimes to show voters whose unconditional love for the coal industry is the strongest is gettin

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Guest Commentary

Looking for Hunter’s Louisville

The first time I heard about Louisville and Kentucky happened when I was reading “The Kentucky Derby is Depraved and Decadent” by the creator of Gonzo journalism, Hunter S. Thompson.

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The Tina Bunch

13 Democrats vie for Tina Ward-Pugh’s open 9th District Metro Council seat

When longtime 9th District Councilwoman Tina Ward-Pugh announced she was not running for re-election this year, she said she wanted to step aside for new faces and new voices to ri