July 29, 2012 - 7:54pm
Opinion expert to speak at Bellarmine Thursday
If you’ve heard of Zogby Polls—the opinion polls that have correctly predicted presidential election trends for the past two decades—you will have the opportunity to meet the man behind the research—and hear his thoughts on the 2012 race—this coming Thursday, November...
November 4, 2011 - 10:06pm
Next Sunday is when we usher in Eastern Standard Time, and say good-bye to Eastern Daylight Saving Time. Can NCAA basketball be far behind?
“Spring forward, fall back.” Unless you want to show up early for work next week, you’d better heed that old maxim. Next Sunday is when we usher in Eastern Standard Time, and say good-bye to Eastern Daylight Saving Time. Can NCAA basketball be far behind?
November 3, 2011 - 9:20am
Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway has stated that he will "not support any settlement of the robo signing mortgage foreclosure case that would give expanded civil or criminal immunity to banks or their executives." Details of the settlement that may be announced as soon as next week are starting to leak. If the leaks are accurate, Mr. Conway and a tiny handful of like minded attorneys general may soon be heroes to the cause of fighting the Wall Street influence.
The likely terms of the imminent foreclosure abuse settlement between banks, the federal government and the state attorneys general are beginning to leak out. If the leaks are accurate, we're about to see another huge government give away to the biggest of the big banks, at the expense of...
November 2, 2011 - 6:23pm
"He's sitting down there with his legs crossed participating in Hindu prayers, with a dot on his forehead, with incense burning around him."
A lot of folks are under the impression that the First Amendment to our constitution requires a “wall of separation” between church and state, when, in reality, the law has never been quite that clear. Sure, the government is prohibited from establishing a state religion, but it...
November 7, 2011 - 3:45pm
Monday morning, on my way to protest John Boehner, Hell suddenly broke loose all around me. I was momentarily surrounded by blaring sirens, arrays of red and blue strobe lights the like of which could have sent every epileptic in the Ohio River Valley into seizures, and a line of long, black, bullet proof SUV's. The guest of honor of our protest, Speaker of the House John Boehner, had arrived.
Toward the end of the cold war, we learned that a deep resentment was percolating through Muscovites. After years of failing to ensure adequate transportation infrastructure for the city, a fast growing phalanx of frustrated Communist Party apparatchiks made the motorcade the city's status...