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Once More a ‘Patriot’: A Veteran’s Call To Teach

Noise. Throbbing noise. It wasn’t just the volume though. It was as if I’d been locked in a broom closet with gigantic concert speakers blaring away with far too much bass. It pulsed and my whole body absorbed the sound in relentless waves. When I walked into the Thomas Jefferson Middle School gymnasium for my first day as a teacher there, I was met by nearly 1,000 pubescent voices competing against one another to see which could be loudest. It felt like a tsunami was about to make landfall right on top of me. Two young boys ran toward me at a... Read More

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Editor’s Note
Aaron Yarmuth

New Governor’s To-Do List

Gov.-Elect Beshear, congratulations on a tremendous victory and, on a personal note, I expect to...
Guest Commentary

The Covington Kids’ Lawsuit Highlights How Legal Tantrums Can Cost You In Kentucky

DISCLAIMER: The statements in this article are solely expressions of the author’s opinion after reading...
Two Brits in the Lou
Pip Pullen

Wanker Brits Lob Last Bombs In Final Column

So, the end of two eras. As we said last time, if Bevin obliges us...
2019 Election Columns
Dan Canon

National Politics Taint Local Races And Lay Waste To Societal Norms

This is part of LEO's expanded commentary before the Nov. 5 election. For more, click...