Opinion

Will Kentucky’s State Senate preserve the people’s voice?

By Richard Nelson Commonwealth Policy Center The most consequential pro-life bill in my lifetime is being considered by the Kentucky State Senate. What’s fascinating about ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Advocate-Messenger.

March 23 is National Ag Day

By Rae Wagoner, Communication Director Kentucky Soybean Board Tuesday, March 23 was National Ag Day, and Kentucky’s soybean farmers are ready to celebrate. We are ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Advocate-Messenger.

Reader has suggestions for stimulus money article

I read Shawn Dobbin’s article on stimulus money (“Honoring God with your stimulus money”) online. I think they did really well showing some smart ways ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Letters to the Editor.

Honoring God with your stimulus money

By SHAWN DOBBINS The federal government has passed three separate COVID relief bills to cover losses during a pandemic year. Christians will disagree on whether ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Advocate-Messenger.

Legislature’s assault on open records makes it hard to celebrate Sunshine Week

By Amye Bensenhaver How to “celebrate” Sunshine Week 2021 when all around us is darkness? This is the question the Kentucky Open Government Coalition has ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Special to The Advocate-Messenger.

Old fashioned remedies best for healing

I was reading an article recently on the rising cost of healthcare. Anybody with health insurance knows that if you have a family, it doesn’t ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Advocate-Messenger.

Girdler gives update on legislative action

This week’s 30-day Regular Session activity ended with dozens of bills on the Governor’s desk. Having already completed 28 legislative days, both the House and ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Advocate-Messenger.

HB 249: Slimy fat in a slippery pot

By Jim Waters Imagine the uproar if, during the final days of a Kentucky General Assembly session, political leaders attempted to dishonestly and without full ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Special to The Advocate-Messenger.

Hate crimes against Asian Americans

BY VIVIAN BLEVINS In my career in higher education, I’ve encountered times when I was the minority. Being a female college president/chancellor during the last ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Special to The Advocate-Messenger.

“Wee Bit of Ireland” can still be viewed

The Danville Sister Cities Commission thanks Robin Hart for her story on “A Wee Bit of Ireland in Danville” in your Tuesday edition. A postcard ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Letters to the Editor.

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