We’re usually so busy with day-to-day life that we forget to think about the future.
In My View
It’s springtime in Kentucky. We just hosted the Derby with over 51,000 fans in attendance watching the best two minutes in sports. Anyone in Kentucky over the age of 16 can receive a vaccine and more than 40% have done so. Our COVID-19 positivity rate has been steadily hovering between 2-3%.…
Have you noticed it yet?
Girls’ regional tournament game was a joy to watch
The ability to control one’s own God-given path and destiny through life is one reason our country is exceptional, above the rest. American freedoms allow for the improvement of personal accomplishments and these virtues manifest themselves in these United States as practical benefits for th…
After reading the policy statement on the editorial page, it is my understanding that the editorial board is responsible for all that is published on this page of the Messenger-Inquirer. Therefore, this letter is a question regarding the cartoon published March 6, 2021. It was a political ca…
Robin Roberts, in a Feb. 27 letter, attacks Theresa Rowe's pro-life stance, God's word, and God Himself. Space will not allow me to refute all of Robert's rantings, but I will address two.
The "heart tugging" narrative that columnists/writers' religious freedoms are under attack is offensive, unoriginal and not rooted in truth. In fact, both blatantly disregard the beliefs of those who do not conform to them.
The mayor of Owensboro and his commission buddies decided to rule without a public vote on placing the controversial Confederate soldier statue in a city museum.
Ms. Mary Danhauer's Readers Write letter states, "White supremacy keeps our democracy from reaching its full potential." It goes on to say, "Democracy welcomes all people, but not all ideas, especially those ideas that would limit the voices of some."
“Hayden Road area heating up”? (M-I, Saturday, Feb. 20). Heating up indeed! The problem? Hayden Road itself.
Those in the ministry should be treated as first responders
White supremacy keeps our democracy from reaching its full potential
Churches that wade into politics should be forced to pay taxes
I am not happy, but I will abide. I will no longer post negatively about former president Donald Trump except in retaliation to Trump supporter’s posts. This does not mean I agree with the verdict. I honestly believe it was coerced, not arrived at by way of fair judgment. A verdict arrived a…
The impeachment of former president Donald J. Trump was entirely about holding a president to account for unacceptable behavior. Nothing else.