JCPS board to get first look at student assignment principles this month

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — The Jefferson County Board of Education will soon give its input on potential revisions to the district’s student assignment … … (more…)

Lawsuit claims union ‘Ponzi scheme’ killed death benefits for Louisville police officers

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Officers from the … A union board voted to dissolve the Trust and pay the remaining members $2,000. “Every death benefit … … (more…)

Taylor Swift’s Latest Donation Proves That She’s Not Done Getting Political

Bredesen lost the election, but Swift’s post was associated with a major bump in voter registration. She had her impact, then backed out of the political … … (more…)

Nadler holds fire on Mueller report subpoena

House Democrats are holding their fire on issuing a subpoena for special counsel Robert Mueller’s full report, despite Attorney General William Barr’s pronouncement that he won’t share a complete version of Mueller’s findings with Congress. “We’re just making every effort to show the court that we’re making every effort to…

Fischer Says City Will Stop Work On Bond-Funded Projects After Council Vote

Mayor Greg Fischer is condemning a recent Metro Council vote to suspend bond payments for capital projects and said in response, the city would stop work on these projects immediately. Last week in an 18 to 8 vote, Council members … (more…)

Socialism and the 2020 American Election

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Cheney says House anti-Semitism resolution was effort to protect Omar

Rep. Liz Cheney said Sunday that the House resolution last week condemning anti-Semitism was little more than an attempt to protect Rep. Ilhan Omar by not calling her out by name. On March 7, Cheney was one of 23 Republican lawmakers to oppose a House resolution to condemn “anti-Semitism, Islamophobia,…

Have the Democrats Finally Gone Too Far?

Michael Goodwin, New York Post (more…)

Neighbors Highlight Concerns, Opportunities At Russell Design Meeting

Dozens of community members packed into a room last week at Joshua Tabernacle Baptist Church. They sat in pews and folding chairs, and after a short program they each received nine sticker dots: three green, three red and three blue.… (more…)

Kentucky Politics Distilled: Teacher Protests, Time Running Out

This week in state politics, teachers descended on Frankfort again to protest a handful of education and pension-related bills. And for the first time in state history, a medical marijuana bill got a vote. Time is running out on this … (more…)