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EDITOR'S NOTE: We got this from Lt. Col. Gene Nettles, U.S. Army retired, who lives in Fulton County, as far west as Kentucky goes.

EDITOR'S NOTE FROM BILL LONDRIGAN, Kentucky State AFL-CIO president: "We need to keep the pressure on McConnell.   We need to keep calling 866-832-1560 to McConnell’s office and tell h

By BRUCE MAPLES

A number of crimes are mentioned in our Constitution, but treason is the only crime specifically defined there. And, unlike other nations that include speech and protest as potentially treasonable, our Constitution admits just two actions as constituting treason: “levying war against the US, or adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort.”

Thanks to Ira Grupper for sending us this.
Williamsburg, Kentucky

In what is so far the largest NLRB election victory of the COVID-19 era, almost 400 workers employed by federal contractors at the Kentucky Consular Center (KCC) have voted overwhelmingly to join UE in a mail ballot election.

EDITOR'S NOTE: Hicks, from Lexington, is the Democratic nominee for the Sixth Congressional District. He is an attorney, former police officer and Marine veteran.

By JOSH HICKS

It’s the 4th of July weekend and, for a lot of us, that means a little bit of extra time with family.

This weekend, I’m looking forward to taking a day off to go fishing and relax with my wife and kids. I hope you are enjoying some time with family, too.

EDITOR'S NOTE: McGrath, the Democratic nominee for the US Senate, is a Naval Academy graduate and former Marine lieutenant colonel. A pioneer military aviator, she was the first woman to fly a combat mission in a Marine warplane and the first woman to pilot a Marine F/A-18 "Hornet" in combat. 

By AMY McGRATH