Friday, October 31, 2014

Denise Brown unfit for Judgeship

Louisville, KY -  We expect someone who is seeking a Judgeship to respect the law and honor the nature of the office. We expect it, but the last few years have seen an incredulous amount of disrespect of the law shown by these candidates just to get elected. If they are willing to break the law to get elected how much respect can we have for them once they are on the bench Judging others? The answer is zero. Nada. Zilch. In many cases it is rare to actually get evidence of the 2 year old candidates in action. Rarer still is actual video of them caught in the act
of illegal activities during their election cycle.

Today that is not the case.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Dave Stengel helps drug dealers

Louisville, KY - Former Commonwealth Attorney Dave Stengel, and current candidate for Kentucky State representative District 29, released a scathing radio commercial today that accused his opponent, incumbent Kevin Bratcher, of essentially aiding drug dealers in Kentucky.

Attorney Dave Stengel has a long sordid history of his own in that regard and has just revealed one more reason why he should never be considered for public office again.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Democrats war on women hits Kentucky

Louisville, KY - In this election cycle in Kentucky the evidence is clear. Democrats have no love for women and their hypocrisies are an attack against the women of Kentucky. You need look no further for proof of that than Democratic Senatorial candidate Alice "in wonderland" Grimes, or Kentucky Democratic candidate for the 32nd District Kentucky House of representatives, Ashley Miller.

Friday, October 24, 2014

Metro Council pandering is disgusting

Louisville, KY - We expect our politicians to lie, cheat, steal, and blatantly abuse to a degree their authority, and power. In fact, we have come to expect it from many as sad as that may sound. Yet somehow things stay the same and we continue to allow it. Last night's Metro Council meeting was about as blatant as it comes to pandering for Jim King's personal ballot choices.

I know many will find that offensive but I cannot rectify the obvious.