AP via Fox News: Abortion Doctor George Tiller Killed at Church, Attorney Says
Wall Street Journal: Majority of GM Bondholders Back Debt-for-Equity Deal
BBC: Last Titanic survivor dies at 97
Sunday, May 31, 2009
AP via Fox News: Abortion Doctor George Tiller Killed at Church, Attorney Says
Saturday, May 30, 2009
Bloomberg News: U.S. ‘Likely’ Could Intercept North Korean Missile
Little Green Footballs: Is Obama Denying Israel's Request for Apache Helicopters?
Lexington Herald-Leader: Cynthiana family selling house built by charity
AP: Official: New signs of NKorea missile preparations
Lexington Herald-Leader: Obama grants disaster aid for 22 Kentucky counties
L.A. Times: Jay Leno says thanks and goodbye on 'Tonight Show'
Friday, May 29, 2009
BBC News: N Korea 'planning more missiles'
Fox News: Republicans Divided Over How to Oppose Sotomayor
Times of London (UK): Prince Harry pays tribute to September 11 victims on New York visit
Thursday, May 28, 2009
National Weather Service: Severe Thunderstorm Watch for Eastern Kentucky until 10pm
Newsmax: Poll: Majority of Americans Oppose Gay Marriage
Lexington Herald-Leader: Anti-casino group threatens to sue if slots pass this summer
Reuters: Quake of 7.1 magnitude strikes off Honduras
WKYT: Former UK coach files suit against UK Athletics Association
Memphis Commercial-Appeal: NCAA alleges major violations in Memphis basketball program under John Calipari (If you think Calipari is implicated in the investigation, think again. Calipari is in the clear according to the NCAA and the UK Athletic Association. See here for the truth.)
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Christian Science Monitor: Can Moscow stop North Korea’s nuclear march?
AP via Fox News: Kentucky's Fort Campbell Stands Down to Combat High Suicide Rate
Lexington Herald-Leader: Leaks detected at Blue Grass Army Depot
PRAY for my dad, who is in the Whitesburg hospital with pneumonia. I will update when necessary.
UPDATE at 4:44pm: Update on Dad: He is still in ER on oxygen. Doctors now saying that they are not sure if it is really pneumonia. More updates as soon as I can receive them.
UPDATE at 9:51pm: Dad has pneumonia and will remain in the hospital through the weekend. Continue to PRAY for him.
UPDATE on Sunday at 11:44am: Just came back from seeing Dad. He will remain in hospital until Tuesday or Wednesday. Lungs are better, but there are kidney issues. PRAY.
UPDATE on Wednesday at 8:11am: Praise God...Dad is coming home from the hospital. More details soon.
UPDATE on Wednesday at 1:04pm: Dad is finally home...still having some stomach issues, but is well enough to be out of the hospital. Continue to PRAY for his recovery.
NY Daily News: Supreme Court nominee, Sonia Sotomayor, made her mark in baseball
L.A. Times: China debates its bond with North Korea
Boston Herald: Star power aplenty in Champions League showdown
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
AP via Newsmax: California High Court Upholds Gay Marriage Ban
Fox News: Obama Nominates Judge Sonia Sotomayor for Supreme Court Justice
Lexington Herald-Leader: UK announces 3 off team
The Guardian (UK): North Korea fires two more missiles after nuclear test
The Telegraph (UK): Scientology on trial in Paris for 'ruin' of disciples
Reuters: Refusing whooping cough vaccine shown to raise risk
Monday, May 25, 2009
Sunday, May 24, 2009
Los Angeles Times: Ralph D. Winter dies at 84; Christian missionary was one of America's most influential evangelicals
Lexington Herald-Leader: Kentucky's last daughter of Civil War veteran dies
Lexington Herald-Leader: 9 charged in wild turkey investigation
Saturday, May 23, 2009
Friday, May 22, 2009
USA Today: Calif. high court to rule Tuesday on Prop. 8
Voice of America: Journalist Freed From Iranian Prison Returning to US
PC World: Google Chrome Update Adds Speed, Privacy Improvements
Albert Mohler: Waving God Goodbye -- The Tale of the Unbelieving Bishop
Washington Post: U.S. to Steer GM Toward Bankruptcy
MSNBC: Facebook hit again with e-mail phishing attack
Thursday, May 21, 2009
Mark Driscoll: Has Christian America Come to an End?
Bloomberg News: N.Y. Bomb Suspects Said to Have No Terror Group Link
Wall Street Journal: Hurricane Season Seen Less Intense Than '08
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
The Guardian (UK): Iran test fires missile capable of reaching US bases or Israel
Fox News: Obama Tries to Restore Order on Gitmo, After Senate Blocks Closure Funds
Lexington Herald-Leader: E. Ky. insurance agents get probation
Voice of America: Indonesian Military Plane Crashes, At Least 97 Dead
Politico: Bunning calls McConnell a control freak
L.A. Times: California voters kill budget measures
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Bloomberg News: Obama Speeds Up Fuel-Economy Standards, Sets First Carbon Limit
Lexington Herald-Leader: GM dealers cut in Middlesboro, Inez
Sky News (UK): MPs' expenses scandal: Speaker Michael Martin To Resign
Monday, May 18, 2009
Jerusalem Post: Obama: No deadline on talks to stop Iran nuclear program
Fox News: Biden Reveals Location of Secret VP Bunker
National Weather Service: Frost Advisory from 2am to 9am Tuesday morning for Eastern Kentucky
AP via L.A. Times: Sixth death is linked to swine flu in U.S.
Times of London (UK): Tamil Tigers supreme commander Prabhakaran 'shot dead'
Daily Mail (UK): The Queen tells Gordon Brown she is 'deeply troubled' over MPs' expenses
Sunday, May 17, 2009
Fox News: Obama Receives Honorary Degree at Notre Dame, as Protests Build
AP via Newsmax: McConnell Skirts Bunning Endorsement
NewsBusters: PBS Planning to Kick Out Stations That Broadcast 'Sectarian' Religious Programs
Fox News: Obama Honor Puts Notre Dame's Catholic Standing at Risk
Baltimore Sun: Preakness Stakes: Lady's first
Al Cross: Politics and sports make a potent mix
Saturday, May 16, 2009
Friday, May 15, 2009
Bloomberg News: Obama Revives Military Tribunal System for Guantanamo Detainees
Fox News: Protesters Arrested at Notre Dame
NY Times: The Economy Intrudes on a Haven of Faith
Fox News: Pelosi vs. the CIA: Who's Really Lying?
Courier-Journal: Kentucky attorney general sues to stop 'robo-calls'
NY Daily News: Boy oh boy, Preakness field fears filly Rachel Alexandra
Thursday, May 14, 2009
Williamson Daily News: Opening of flooded Pike, Mingo schools uncertain
AP: Chrysler moves to eliminate 789 of 3,200 dealers
PC Magazine: Google Confirms Disruptions to News, Gmail, Search
Albert Mohler: R-E-S-P-E-C-T: Should Christians "Respect" Other Religions?
Forbes.com: The Highest-Paid Coaches
Dallas Morning News: Texas, Kentucky talking basketball series
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Voice of America: Obama Seeking to Block Release of Detainee Abuse Photos
OneNewsNow: BBC appoints Muslim to oversee religious content
Washington Post: Hookers No Longer Welcome On Craigslist
WYMT: Beshear and Rogers Tour Flood Damage
Wall Street Journal: EU Levies $1.45 Billion Fine on Intel
AP via USA Today: Replica of Uncle Tom's Cabin to be built in Kentucky
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Washington Post: Pope Visits Jerusalem's Holy Sites
Fox News: Will 'The Donald' Fire Miss California?
Fox News: In Kentucky, Bunning Faces Tough Fight for Senate Seat
Monday, May 11, 2009
Sunday, May 10, 2009
Saturday, May 9, 2009
WLEX: National Guard Troops Called To Clean Up After Disaster
Lexington Herald-Leader: Flooding, mudslides hit Pike, Floyd counties after heavy rain
Wikinews: Televangelist Pat Robertson compares same-sex marriage to child molestation, pedophilia
Lexington Herald-Leader: Strong winds hit Madison County (I experienced the storms yesterday as well. One storm caused a power outage for about seven hours at my house.)
Lexington Herald-Leader: Whitesburg makes space for art
WKYT: Patterson Withdraws Name From NBA Draft
Friday, May 8, 2009
Jerusalem Post: Netanyahu can be a peacemaker, says Quartet emissary Blair
AP via L.A. Times: Toyota posts first annual loss, sees worse ahead
London Telegraph (UK): New Spanish law on drug-testing could wreck Madrid's 2016 Olympic prospects
Thursday, May 7, 2009
L.A. Times: Manny Ramirez suspended 50 games for positive drug test
Wall Street Journal: Ex-Top Democratic Donor Pleads Guilty To Fraud
The Economist: The Kentucky Derby: Celebration in recession
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Washington Times: Obama to be prayer day no-show
Wikinews: Congressional computers continue to be used to vandalize Wikipedia
Jerry Tipton: Bledsoe signs with Kentucky
Reuters: New flu kills 2nd person in US, spreads globally
London Telegraph (UK): Children who watch adult television have sexual intercourse earlier
WYMT: Some Water Bills Near $5,000 in Breathitt County
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
Monday, May 4, 2009
Washington Post: N.Y. Times to File Notice It Will Close Boston Globe
AP via Lexington Herald-Leader: Inmates vying for coal mining jobs in Appalachia
NY Daily News: Mine That Bird won't have much shot at Pimlico
Sunday, May 3, 2009
National Weather Service: Flash Flood Watch for far SE Kentucky from 8pm tonight through Monday morning
Reuters: U.S. senators weigh in on Supreme Court selection
AP: Fiat eyes new company with GM Europe, Chrysler
L.A. Times: Jack Kemp, an original pillar in Republican 'big tent,' dies at 73
MarketWatch: Buffett sees some housing market stabilization
Courier-Journal: Mine that Bird has won the 2009 Kentucky Derby
Saturday, May 2, 2009
It is Kentucky's day in the global sports spotlight as the 135th Kentucky Derby will take place in Louisville's historic Churchill Downs. My pick: Dunkirk. My sleeper horse: Chocolate Candy. Post your thoughts about today's Run for the Roses. Keep it civil and clean.
Wall Street Journal: US Supreme Court Vacancy An Early Test For Sen Specter
AP: Horse racing hoping for quiet, exciting Derby
Courier-Journal: Kentucky Oaks: Rachel Alexandra romps by 20 ¼ lengths
Friday, May 1, 2009
Reuters: Obama's pick may not shift Supreme Court direction
Christian Science Monitor: Biden kicked out of country after flu remarks?
Lexington Herald-Leader: Pike County deputy charged with rape