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Showing 5 articles from December 30, 2008.

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Bush: US Economy in Great Shape, Brownie!
EDITOR'S NOTE: This story was written on December 19, 2007 by Ivan Potter. Deja vu all over again
In Fredericksburg, Va. on Monday, December 17, 2007, President Bush stood before a crowd of local Rotary Club and spoke of the good health of the American economy. A picture worth a thousand words...
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The Good Old Days - When the POTUS came to town
While rifling through old photos, we found several from sixteen years ago. Here's one of our favorites -Bill Clinton's visit to Kentucky in 1992.
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Remember the War? It was in all the newspapers!
US soldiers engaging in battle
Remember the War? It was in all the newspapers!
America is at war, a forever war. The nation has stepped over a new line in the sand. We are now past 5 years of war and counting. This is longer than World War II.

President Bush has called for a renewed sense of our struggle in the Middle East. In his words we must continue the course of war until the mission has been accomplished. Yet, each time he speaks to the nation about staying the course, critics point out the cost in terms of human sacrifice and draining our way of life at home.

Now, 4,032 Americans have paid the highest price with their lives for our invasion and occupation of Iraq.

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Editor's Note on the Economy, January 18, 2008
Basically, the American banking system crashed in August 2007. When the Dutch bankers refused to honor American home mortgages as hard collateral for massive bank loans and transfers, the gig was up.
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Those Were the Days

Ross Perot was in Kentucky in the early 90s during his third party campaign for president. Chuck Wolfe, now a gov't spokesman, and a host of national and international reporters covered the event.

The press pack included one 15 year old Frankfort High sophomore by the name of Potter. She was her dad's sound man for the press conference in the Rotunda. (She's the one at Chuck Wolfe's knee holding up the tiny recorder. 

More strolls down memory lane in the story.

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