When it comes to answering tough questions in the public sphere, Kentucky taxpayers simply want to know: Where’s Ben? Click here to read the entire column.
Good news about the economy could provide an insurmountable obstacle for a government-run health care system. Click here to read the entire article
Some media coverage of the press conference held in Louisville on Monday to release our report on Tier 5 schools in Kentucky can be found here, here and here
Show your support for Charter Schools in Kentucky by voting “Yes” in our latest poll question at www.bipps.org.
A new Bluegrass Institute report highlights the Kentucky Department of Education’s failure to implement promised changes to address continual long-term poor performance in the commonwealth’s worst schools. Click here to read entire news release.
Bowling Green resident Mike Kanan told Daily News reporter Jenna Mink that “the bottom line has to be everybody gets health care.” No, Mike. The “bottom line has to be” that everybody is free to make their own decisions. The “bottom line has to be” that decisions about medical care are made by doctors and…
Some want to raise taxes to pay for a new bridge in Northern Kentucky. Commentator Jim Waters agrees with those who say cut wasteful spending instead. Click here to listen to the commentary.
Jim Waters, director of policy and communications, will host The Pulse on NewsRadio 630 WLAP-AM Monday thru Wednesday, August 17-19, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Listen online at www.wlap.com.
A new poll conducted by the Friedman Foundation indicates that parents of all political stripes and economic groups want more choices when it comes to educating their children. Click here to read the entire column.
What an inspiring group of leaders we have looking out for our interests in Frankfort! Gov. Steve Beshear says outgoing transportation Secretary Joe Prather has “reduced political influences.” Wow…That makes me feel soooooooo much better. I was worried that with these yet-to-be-fulfilled promises to make government more transparent that the best policies for cleaning house…