Today's Opinions

  • Take steps to protect against credit fraud

    When it comes to credit card fraud, you are your own best defense. The Better Business Bureau offers tips on how to protect yourself from credit card fraud:

    • Be cautious about giving anyone your account number.
    • Carry only the cards you expect to use and keep them secure. 
  • Sept. 14, 2014: Our readers write

    Unable to schedule debate

    As many of you know, I am running a campaign to unseat a long-time incumbent, Jimmie Lee, from the Kentucky House of Representatives. I want voters to know that I sent him a certified letter requesting a series of town forums and debates, but he has chosen to ignore my request.

  • Obama must lead the way

    ISSUE: President’s war strategy against ISIS
    OUR VIEW: Heavy with risks, this plan must work

  • Sept. 12, 2014: Our readers write

    Short memories clouding police issue

    There has been much discussion and hand wringing concerning the militarization of the police in the United States. As we speak, Congress is weighing in to address the issue.

  • Which day is the last day?

    ISSUE: Two tragedies with one message
    OUR VIEW: Make the most of everyday

    A common thread exists between all first responders. It is a bond built by regularly encountering high risk.

  • Always remember

    ISSUE: The impact of 9/11 reasonates
    OUR VIEW: Unfortunately, terror is alive and well

    It has been 13 years since our nation awakened to a morning of unanticipated horror and disbelief.

  • Sept. 11, 2014: Our readers write

    Candidate discusses sheriff’s operation
    As a retired patrol deputy sheriff, I studied functions of the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office for more than 16 years and performed many of them from October 1997 before I retired in April 2014.

  • Shake on it

    ISSUE: Republicans offer Handshake with Kentucky

    OUR VIEW: Voters will determine if it has a chance

    In 1994, the Contract with America galvanized conservatives and excited many voters. It was a pledge by Congressional Republicans that clearly outlined 10 topics of concern that would be addressed if a GOP majority was elected.