Was JCPS superintendent’s problem really ‘a failure to communicate?’

Thomas McAdam of the Louisville City Hall Examiner took the media to task for defending soon-to-be-ex Jefferson County Public Schools Superintendent Sheldon Berman. He called a Louisville Courier-Journal editorial claiming Berman’s main problem was a failure to communicate as “fatuous,” for which the synonyms “dull,” “dense” and “dim-witted” apply. McAdam wrote: That’s the ticket. What…

Should the 17th Amendment be repealed?

Chris Derry, Bluegrass Institute founder and board member, had a letter published in Sunday’s Bowling Green Daily News offering an argument for repealing the 17th Amendment, which changed the process for electing United States senators. Previously senators were elected by state legislatures; now, of course, they are chosen by popular vote. Give the article a…