Monday, May 2, 2016

Injunction requested to stop movement of Confederate monument

Louisville, KY - As many of you know by now a restraining order was issued this morning on my behalf for an injunction to keep Mayor Fischer and U of L President James Ramsey from illegally removing the confederate monument at the University of Louisville.  There is much confusion on this effort thanks to my allowing current candidate Everett Corley, or Corley Everett depending on which way he is naming himself this week, to be on the request.

He has politicized this in an effort to gain some notoriety or name recognition in his effort to defeat incumbent Rep. John Yarmuth.

Sunday, February 28, 2016

Ford, Fischer, public corruption book coming

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Louisville, KY - After being contacted by multiple publishers, who are familiar with my investigations into public corruption, to write a book, I decided a couple of months ago to follow their advice and do so. Though I have not decided on which publisher to go with at this point they, and I, are keenly interested in publicizing corrupt officials and the insider game played between them and Corporate America.

Sunday, February 14, 2016

SC GOP post debate takeaways

Louisville, KY -  Anyone who watched this so called debate should ask for compensation for wasting their time. I would have expected more from kindergartner's at recess. It was pathetic at best but there were clear signs of desperation from a few candidates mainly Bush, Cruz, and Rubio. For anyone who thinks Trump lost they better think twice....

Saturday, February 6, 2016

U of L President Ramsey should be investigated and fired

Louisville, KY - It is far past time that U of L President James Ramsey leaves, voluntarily or involuntarily. He has been a mess for Kentucky since he first started working years ago. In Kentucky, as long as you are a good little Democrat, you get rewarded regardless of who you harm in the process. We are way too familiar with that game and it is time we end it. 

Why would I say all that anyway, right?

Monday, November 23, 2015