Kentucky’s economy won’t grow if people can’t get to work

In fiscal year 2016, Kentucky spent $0.42 per capita on public transit, as compared to the national state median of $4.04. Indiana spent far more than this — $9.41 per capita on transit. Kentucky’s airport execs make the case for stronger support for mass transit and roads as keys to economic expansion.

President Trump’s attacks on the media are unprecedented

Politicians often grumble about journalists. But President Donald Trump has upped the ante to a level unprecedented in modern times. No, the press is not the "enemy of the American people."