Opinion

Make the switch soon

State Sen. Julian Carroll is right. Two or three years is entirely too long to wait before all... More

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Election not historic

WASHINGTON -- According to the pollsters, pundits and pols -- Democrat and nervous Republican --... More

  • By Charles Krauthammer
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Keeping our eyes on the ball

AUSTIN, Texas -- Im still worried sick. The Rs have seized the news cycle! Which says more about... More

  • By Molly Ivins
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How the GOP lost the North

The North, it seems, shall rise again. Most of the House seats that the Democrats are expected to... More

  • By Harold Meyerson
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Haute cuisine

When most Kentuckians think about the food served at state park lodges, they conjure images of... More

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Supporting democracy?

With a clutch of new books, a multitude of speeches and a score of conferences already underway,... More

  • By Anne Applebaum
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And then there were two

WASHINGTON -- Even before the votes are counted, over the Republican Party a thick darkness... More

  • By George F. Will
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Polarization is not gridlock

WASHINGTON -- On the eve of another national election, the terms gridlock and polarization have... More

  • By David S. Broder
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Woof to Abbys critics

Ordinarily, public interest groups of whatever political persuasion serve a useful purpose in... More

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Snared by the Google

Unlike his dad, whose apparent befuddlement over a supermarket checkout scanner helped lose him... More

  • By Rosa Brooks
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The decline in trust

WASHINGTON - In 1995 Francis Fukuyama came out with a book called Trust, in which he argued that... More

  • By Sebastian Mallaby
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In need of some tough love

Our political word of the day is tough. And what we need today is a tough Homeland Security... More

  • By James P. Pinkerton
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Its the economy, stupid

OUGHTON, Mich. -- While Republicans scratch their heads over why a seemingly good economy is not... More

  • By E.J. Dionne Jr.
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A moment of accountability

WASHINGTON -- Political rhetoric serves in an election season to deny the obvious and get voters... More

  • By Jim Hoagland
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A lot of new voters

In only nine days, the 2006 general election will be underway here and across Kentuckys other 119... More

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Fixing the vote

WASHINGTON -- The hoariest jest in conservatisms repertoire is that the three least credible... More

  • By George F. Will
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On the election

Wont vote for Gray To the Editor: I cannot support John Gray for magistrate from the 4th... More

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Q & A with Bill Cull

Bill Cull, president of Save the Grand Theatre Inc., says the community support for the downtown... More

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Bush agenda in Democrat hands

WASHINGTON -- With all the parsing that was needed to make sense of President Bushs convoluted... More

  • By David S. Broder
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Your letters

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