Since I’ve been writing this column, I know I’ve harped a lot on the division we see in our nation, but there’s a reason — it’s the most important issue facing the United States and how we conclude it will say much about the nation we leave for our children and grandchildren.
There is no denying that the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted education, and the 2020-21 Kentucky School Report Card proves that.
Coke or Pepsi? Bud or Miller? UK or UofL? Glock or Smith? Afghanistan — in or out? Charmin or Northern? We are divided over many things and with the division, there are conspiracy theories to qualify ones position.
One aspect of the Democratic Party — among many — that caused me to have to walk away years ago was the overwhelming propensity of the party to believe that the ultimate problem-solver, the ultimate cure-all for everything was simply to throw money at it until it was fixed.
COVID-19 could not have hit at a worse time in regard to our economy.