• April 18, 2011: Our readers write

    Trump should have been corrected

    While recently watching NBC’s “The Today Show,” an interview between anchor Meredith Vieira and Donald Trump was aired as a top attraction of the morning show.

  • April 11, 2011: Our readers write

    The good, the bad and the yummy
    Recently, Yum! Brands proposed allowing food stamps to be accepted at restaurants owned by Yum! corporations. Lobbyists are rallying for Gov. Steve Beshear’s support. Yum! has financially endorsed Beshear’s re-election campaign on many occasions since the food stamp/restaurant proposal, almost assuredly in hopes of gaining his support. 

  • April 10, 2011: Our readers write

    Early years are the most important

    Young children in Hardin County deserve the best that we can give them.

    Week of the Young Child, April 11-17, is a time to recognize the needs of young children, and thank the adults involved in their education and care.

    Parents, teachers, caregivers and other adults play important roles in the lives of young children, and Week of the Young Child celebrates their efforts.

  • April 7, 2011: Our readers write

    Coal good for America
    Approaching Easter, I think of the commercial about a product that is only available during this time of year. It essentially says “when the Easter Bunny is gone, this product is also gone.” Something like government incentives and tax breaks for the development of alternative energy sources. For when the incentives are gone, so are the new energy projects.
    This has been proven in Europe, according to a recent John Stossel report, and it is subject to happen here, too.

  • April 4, 2011: Our readers write

    Mad bombers
    Countries are known for their cars, their food, their arts or language. The United States is noted for its bombing. We bomb people we like. We have compassionate bombing. If we like you, there is humane bombing where we are trying to help you. Sometimes we even bomb you because we don’t like you. We are very good at bombing. In fact, no one else in the entire world can bomb without our leadership. This is known as our exceptionalism.

  • April 3, 2011: Our readers write

    Misplaced priorities

  • March 30, 2011: Our readers write

    What about Bellarmine?
    There are many important news events and issues facing us every day, but let's face it - in Kentucky, basketball is a big deal. That's why I was shocked to find that after the Bellarmine University men's basketball team won the NCAA Division II national championship this weekend, the best The News-Enterprise could manage was a small notice buried on page 5 of the sports section.

  • March 29, 2011: Our readers write

    Just hanging out
    Every Friday, I go to school just like I do Monday through Thursday. The difference is, I walk to McDonald’s or Arby’s after the school day is over. On Saturday I either go to Towne Mall or Movie Palace. My weekends are the same every week. This is why Elizabethtown needs a teen hangout.

  • March 27, 2011: Our readers write

    Union restraint
    Unions should be big enough to bargain with the business that hires them, but never big enough to bargain with the whole industry, state or country. That would allow them to hold the country hostage — too much power.
    With size limited to the business that hires them, they might bargain for big, excessive wages, which then  would put their business at a disadvantage and require a compromise before they drive their business bankrupt and lose all their jobs. Competition between companies keeps wages and prices in balance.

  • March 23, 2011: Our readers write

    Questions of census
    It was reported in The News-Enterprise on March 20, source being the U.S. Census Bureau, that the population of Radcliff had a significant decrease during the 2010 census (1.2 percent). Although we are not privileged to all the methods/details utilized by the U.S. Census Bureau in developing its statistical data, we do know that accurate accounting of same is extremely important.