Author Archives: Kay Day

About Kay Day

Kay B. Day is a freelance writer who has published in national and international magazines and websites. The author of 3 books, her work is anthologized in textbooks and collections. She has won awards for poetry, nonfiction and fiction. Day is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors and the Authors Guild.

Who really inherited a mess? Dr. Ben Carson at HUD

When Dr. Ben Carson was appointed Secretary of US Housing and Urban Development, criticism erupted from the Left. Fact is HUD has been a very troubled agency as long as it’s been in existence. Now we’re seeing exactly how big … Continue reading

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Hospitality workers will bear burden of cancellations at Mar a Lago

Some charities and other groups have canceled annual events scheduled for Mar a Lago, a Florida resort owned by President Donald Trump. Among those groups are the American Cancer Society and The Cleveland Clinic. I’m not surprised because for the … Continue reading

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No, we still don’t have the whole truth about Charlottesville

In the aftermath of violence in Charlottesville, all figurative guns turned on President Donald Trump when he made remarks about the violence shortly after it happened. So much is missing from reportage, it’s hard to know where to start. For … Continue reading

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While you were tweeting: N. Korea, tax hike, GOT, and more news buried

At present, public dialog is being controlled by extremist factions of different political persuasions, but real news actually broke this week. Stories about the debt, North Korea, unemployment, and crime broke. And there was a big get for some Game … Continue reading

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Ahead of 2018, Charlottesville a wakeup call for mayors

The latest clashes between extremist groups and other activists in Charlottesville should be a wakeup call for US mayors. Once campaigns for the nation’s 2018 midterms power up, protests are even more likely. What happened in Charlottesville might have been … Continue reading

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Bloomberg columnist suggests second look at Russia ‘hacking’ claims

A Bloomberg columnist is raising questions about ‘hacking’ claims, sourcing his information to a group named Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS). The group has been right before and wrong before, but on the Russia ‘matter’ (to borrow a term … Continue reading

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Ten things: Media miss large boat when it comes to North Korea

Despite hysterics on social media from select reporters at select outlets, many are missing the boat when it comes to North Korea. Here are 10 things media and most of the public are missing.

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