President Barack H. Obama appeared before a friendly audience of unionists yesterday at the Washington Hilton Hotel, and told so many lies that even the leftist Washington Post was forced to call him to task. In his remarks to the Building and Construction Trades Department Conference, Obama said:
It looks like the long-awaited reopening of the damaged Sherman Minton Bridge will finally happen at midnight Friday; 161 days after the double-deck arch span was shut down to traffic last September 9, when inspectors found cracks in the bridge’s structural steel. Several Louisville television...
It’s been a long and tedious six months. Now, at long last, the Interstate 64 Sherman Minton Bridge over the Ohio River, connecting Louisville to New Albany will definitely be reopened tomorrow. Or, maybe Saturday. Or, next Monday, at the latest. The bridge was closed by Indiana Governor Mitch...
In the pre-dawn hours of a Saturday, back in August, 1962, 13-year-old Bobby Manning was out on his bike delivering newspapers, in Louisville’s West End neighborhood. When he finished his task, he noticed that the barriers to the approaches on the newly-completed Louisville to New Albany bridge...
"Sen. Rand Paul, R-KY, has blocked an extension of healthcare benefits to elderly and disabled refugees that has received bi-partisan support before.
Sen. Rand Paul traveled to Northern Kentucky with President Obama last Thursday, to discuss with him a plan to fix our nation's crumbling infrastructure. Before the President spoke just steps from the Brent Spence Bridge, Sen. Rand Paul unveiled to him the Emergency Transportation Safety Fund Act...
• Yum! Brands unloads Long John Silver’s, A&W chains. [Business First] • Rand Paul rides Air Force One, thinks big. [WLKY]
• More cracks. Few surprises. [Courier-Journal] • UofL sees the need to teach students basic life skills. [WLKY]
• Yum! makes good on its promise to Bill Clinton. [Business First] • Mayor Fischer is going up the river. [LEO]
• Will Oldham comes home. [WLKY] • River Fields under fire. [Courier-Journal] • A winner at the KFC Yum! Center. [WDRB]
• Fraud author, not UofL, cancels tea date. [Courier-Journal] • McConnell, Yarmuth, Fischer tour bridge; all come back. [WDRB]
• Bullitt County judge unluckily strikes smoking ban. [Courier-Journal] • John Ashcroft sings. [Courier-Journal]
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