“We have been concerned about the degree of economic recovery through the fiscal year, and I congratulate our managers who have been frugally spending their budgets,” Fischer said. “Through sound fiscal management by department directors, we were able to overcome the deficit without directly affecting people or services. Nearly every agency helped share the pain, and we were able to make reductions without mandating across-the-board cuts.”
If you're thinking about going to the circus here's an offer you can't refuse.
“Make no mistake: the Obama Administration’s decision to force religious hospitals, charities, and schools to comply with a mandate that violates their religious views is abhorrent to the foundational principles of our nation. No one in the United States of America should ever be compelled by their government to choose between violating their religious beliefs or be penalized for refusing. Yet that’s precisely what this mandate would do.”
The Kentucky Horse Park is the only equestrian venue in North America, including those in Canada and Mexico, that had three horse shows make it into the top 25 horse shows in North America as ranked by NARG.
"The Cabinet is consumed with a bureaucratic mentality and an institutional incompetence instilled by Cabinet leaders. The Cabinet has become a law unto itself.”
Today we look at LouisvilleFamilyFun.net and the lady behind it all, Stephanie White. Read on to see how this local transplant is trying to help answer the question - what can we do with the kids today?
Last fall's elections left elementary school valedictorian turned noted grifter Richie Farmer without a job.
“Bill Summers defines the term, public servant. For more than four decades, he has been a skilled leader, a thoughtful adviser and a true conscience for mayor after mayor. No one has shown more dedication to improving his hometown than William Summers IV.”
When Mitch McConnell was elected to the Senate, the Cold War was still on. Deng Xiaoping still reigned in China. Where were you in... 1984?
But what about “idiots and insane persons.” The Kentucky Constitution won’t allow them to vote either. Is this entirely fair? Their lack of mental capacity—through no fault of their own—is used by a society prejudiced against the weak-minded to deprive them of their God-given right to self-government. They still pay taxes, don’t they?
Mitch McConnell got some tough-love from Occupy Louisville, when the group protested his vote for the National Defense Authorization Act. Many believe the law effectively repeals the 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th, and 14th amendments to the U.S. Constitution.
Seventy-five years ago the Ohio flooded our River City in Louisville’s worst natural disaster of the 20th century. Join a team of local historians, authors and journalists this Tuesday, February 7th at 7pm, as the Library explores the extraordinary measures taken during The Great Flood.