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Springtime and Ordinary Days

It’s raining as I write this, washing away the green dust that coats every outdoor surface. I call it “oak dust.” It makes me sneeze. Makes my eyes water. 493 kata lagi

Betty Thomason Owens

Decision America Tour: Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia

The primary election season is heading for an interesting close, and the general election will be on us before we know it.  Though we may be in a bit of a lull between election seasons, there is no more important time to pray for our nation and our leaders than now!   895 kata lagi

Current Events

Schumer or Later

Ah-ha! I am back in control of the keyboard, and man does it feel good. This is Joe by the way, and even though Kelsey is cautiously lurking over my right shoulder, I seem to have the pleasure of sharing our Saturday with you all. 459 kata lagi


Rand Paul calls on Hillary Clinton to apologize to coal miners 

Weeks after Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton promised that her policies would “put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business,” those in coal-rich states ramped up their opposition to her punitive proposals. 140 kata lagi



“…and then I went to church.”

“That’ll be the day.”

” What I did was even worse.”

“Worse than going to church?”

I nodded.

“Okay,” my guest sipped his beer and stretched his legs. 506 kata lagi

A Writer's Story


AP: “A judge has temporarily barred the city of Louisville from removing a 70-foot-tall Confederate monument from the University of Louisville campus. Jefferson Circuit Judge Judith McDonald-Burkman signed a restraining order Monday morning forbidding the city from moving the 121-year-old obelisk honoring Kentuckians who died fighting for the Confederacy in the Civil War.” 29 kata lagi


New on 500px : Kentucky Spring by lmemrick by lmemrick

Shooting has been challenging lately due to hectic work and school schedules, so I’ve been combing through my archive of images to find shots I’ve overlooked. 53 kata lagi

Real Estate And Mortgage