Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Metro Council Dems up to the usual shenanigans

Louisville, KY - The death of Metro Council President Jim King came as a shock to many throughout our community and has opened the door to the inner workings of the Democrats on the Metro Council. Two major obstacles must be overcome immediately and it has already become a farce behind closed doors.

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Greg Fischer playing a key role in Ford insider trading cover up?

Louisville, KY - We have been the only outlet to continue covering the Morgan v. Fischer lawsuit that has been continually stalled due to frivolous filings by Mayor Greg Fischer and Ford Motor Company to delay justice.

It is time to ask, is Mayor Greg Fischer playing a role in Ford insider trading cover up? We think it is clear there is a connection.

Thursday, January 15, 2015

METRO COUNCIL PRESIDENT JIM KING DEAD AT 63

Update: Jim King's wife Debbie announced that King died of Myeloma cancer after this story was posted. Our sincerest prayers to the King family.

Louisville, KY - Metro Council President Jim King died early Wednesday at age 63 after a long illness. Sources say that King had been suffering from heart problems for several months. Other rumors include worse. No matter what happened there is much to the life of Jim King.

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Louisville leadership never changes

Louisville, KY - In Louisville leadership political connections are all that matters. From Mayor Greg Fischer to Metro Council President Jim King, from the Democratic mafia who cower in fear to the spineless Republican members who refuse to stand up, the resounding theme is always the same.

Who cares about the people.

Sunday, January 4, 2015

2014 IRONMAN Louisville - Race Day

For more information and to register for 2015 visit http://ironman.com/louisville
IRONMAN is about persevering, enduring and being a part of something larger than ourselves. It shows the heights that can be achieved when we push beyond our boundaries and go the distance to earn the

Ford settles one suit, potential billions more on the line

Ford has recently settled a harassment and discrimination case in Chicago. The Chicago Assembly and Stamping plants settled for $10.1 milli...