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Sad state of affairs

It’s come to be a rather sad state of affairs when the Kentucky auditor releases results of an... More

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Financial advice ignored

Balancing a checkbook is really not that difficult. It comes down to making sure there is always... More

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Shades of gray in cover ire

The recent vitriol directed against Rolling Stone for its pointedly flattering cover photo of... More

  • By Robert Salyers
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Your letters

The State Journal encourages readers to submit letters to the editor for publication by noon... More

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Lessons from Korea

The endings to wars are often commemorated as holidays, a recollection of the cessation of... More

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Walking is out

As times change, so do the methods teachers use to discipline misbehaving students. Children are... More

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Appearance of conflict

Conflict of interest is an interesting topic because it often involves not an actual conflict but... More

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It’s the end of the hedge fund era

If you are older than 40 and don’t remember hearing the term “hedge fund” until recent years, you... More

  • By Tim Capps/Contributing columnist
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Reach out with help

It is doubtful you will hear more intriguing, insightful and informative interviews than on “Bob... More

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Twists and turns

Oh, what a difference two weeks can make — well, not quite even two weeks! Actually it took... More

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Clearing the smoke

For several months, we planned to run a feature story on cigarette smoking — it appeared in the... More

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Helen left a big footprint

Helen Thomas, known worldwide as a White House correspondent, once said she’d be remembered by... More

  • By Carl West
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‘Color line’ still drawn

As the unfortunate tragedy of Trayvon Martin’s death painfully shifts from a shocking existential... More

  • By Dan S. Green
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Your letters

The State Journal encourages readers to submit letters to the editor for publication by noon... More

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Congrats to Cards

It should matter little whether our political or sports inclinations are red or blue, we should... More

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Motor city meltdown

The expected unexpected finally happened last week when Detroit’s designated “emergency manager,”... More

  • By Tim Capps/Contributing columnist
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Sit tight amid suits

Those occupying the chairs in the Paul Sawyier Public Library’s boardroom might want to sit tight... More

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Rock star terrorist

As the old saying goes, a picture’s worth a thousand words — or, in the case of a picture like... More

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