“There is no part of Kwanzaa that is not fraudulent.”
The charges allege that from January 2005 through September 2007, Dr. Suess fraudulently billed Medicaid for individual and family therapy sessions involving 12 patients.
If citizens want to change their party registration in time to participate in their party’s primary election next Spring, they must do so by December 31, 2011; otherwise, they might miss out on their chance.
“Hopefully, these comments will give the Mayor a sense of what our residents believe are important guidelines when making any consideration of a candidate.”
“The decision was written in such a way that the only way to correct it is with a constitutional amendment,” Yarmuth said. “You can’t legislate around it. Believe me, everybody has tried to find a way.”
The PC police have threatened members of the House of Representatives against wishing constituents a "Merry Christmas," if they want to do so in a mailing paid for with tax dollars.
What is it about Democrats and their haircuts? The self-styled “party of the working man” would be well advised to emulate some of the thrifty habits of Republicans such as Kentucky’s Senator Rand Paul.
“After reviewing the report released today by State Auditor Crit Luallen, it is clear there are significant problems at MSD that will erode the public’s trust in the agency if immediate changes are not made,” Fischer said. “The changes that I am announcing will begin a new era at MSD.”
The books may be purchased at any Metro Parks golf course, and may be used at all nine golf courses. It’s the perfect opportunity to treat the budding golfer or golf pro to a year’s worth of big savings, and great way to support Metro Parks!
"As both mayor, and as a father, the last thing I want to see happen is a child to have a finger blown off or have some other injury due to these more dangerous fireworks."
Unlike the various missing statues of Santa Claus, Ronald McDonald, and the Frisch’s Big Boy, the absent Thinker is not the work of thieves.
“The people of Old Louisville want to see Toonerville Park become an important part of their community,” says Councilman David James. “This dog run is just the beginning of that process.”