Posts Tagged:Editorials

The Conservative Case for International Aid

This column originally appeared in the December 22, 2015 edition of the Louisville Courier-Journal.  By: Scott Jennings  Dispatch from a recent trip to Rwanda and Tanzania to see personally the results of American foreign aid programming. The view from high in the mountains of northern Rwanda is breathtaking, both for the arrestingly lush green scenery and…

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Beshear Whitewashes Failed Administration

This column originally appeared in the December 2, 2015 edition of the Louisville Courier-Journal. By Scott Jennings There’s a great scene in Monty Python and the Holy Grail in which King Arthur encounters the obstinate Black Knight, who will not let the monarch cross a bridge. During their fight, King Arthur chops off the Black Knight’s arms. “You’ve got…

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What to Watch for in Kentucky’s GOP Primary for Governor

By Scott Jennings This article first appeared in the March 25, 2015 edition of the Courier-Journal. With two months left in Kentucky’s GOP gubernatorial primary, it appears that Louisville businessman Hal Heiner has opened a slight lead over Agriculture Commissioner James Comer, tea party candidate Matt Bevin, and former Supreme Court Justice Will T. Scott.…

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Meet the jockeys riding Kentucky’s GOP tickets for governor

By: Scott Jennings This article first appeared in the March 4, 2015 edition of the Courier-Journal. The race to become the Republican nominee for Kentucky governor is in full-swing, with the four tickets appearing at Lincoln Day Dinners, rolling our platforms, and raising funds. Each of the four has also assembled a team of staff…

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