July 29, 2012 - 6:54pm
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 7, 2011 - 2:45pm
This article is a collection of largely uncut, unedited videos of interviews with people participating in Occupy Louisville. No one person speaks for the people occupying the public square at 6th and Jefferson, but each individual has their reasons for being there. Listen to what they have to say "in their own words".
For weeks, the Occupy Wall Street movement was frustrated by what seemed to be a news "blackout" by major media organizations. By last week, the movement had broken through to the point that it and the economic issues it brought back into public debate had become the number one story in...
September 8, 2011 - 8:00am
Sunday afternoon event to feature Williams, Galbraith-but no Beshear
Want to meet your Kentucky gubernatorial candidates—at least a couple of them? This Sunday, September 11, candidates for Kentucky governor will speak at a public forum organized by the Yearlings Club-University of Louisville discussion series. The format differs from a debate in that each...
August 4, 2011 - 12:00pm
Zombies are defined as animated corpses brought back to life by a spell or virus. Zombies are often easily baited by their hunger for a delicious brain. The zombies created by the virus of institutionalized racism seem to keep baiting our elected officials.
Regardless of how many times they are shot in the brain with thoughts of equality and tolerance, elected officials like Rep. Doug Lamborn and Senator Rand Paul allow themselves to exhibit ignorant and racist behavior similar to that of a zombie. Since the election of President Barack Obama, many...
May 31, 2011 - 3:48pm
Louisville.com is hiking up its knickers and wading into political coverage, focusing on Kentucky and Louisville, but delving into national and international affairs when there's a local connection. A combination of politics, news, and opinion, this section will be called The Arena.
Louisville.com is hiking up its knickers and wading into political coverage, focusing on Kentucky and Louisville, but delving into national and international affairs when there's a local connection. A combination of politics, news, and opinion, this section will be called The Arena: