To vote, you need to register, and the deadline to register to vote for the first time, make an address change to a previously registered voter, change political party affiliation or update a name is Tuesday, October 11, 2011.
Day three of Occupy Louisville began with some 30 citizens waking up on The Belvedere after having spent the night outside to keep the "occupation" continuous. There are no actual demands yet, but the leaderless group has managed to develop a process for self-governance, gotten donations of food, water, and other necessities, and set up a website. In other words... they are well on their way to their goal of creating a protest that, like others in New York, Boston, and nearly every large city in the country, will continue on "until their one demand is met"... whatever that one demand ultimately turns out to be.
Local news for Oct. 7, 2011
Norb was a grassroots political organizer, par excellence. He knew more about the down-and-dirty art of precinct politics than anyone I ever met.
The sixth annual Mayor's Healthy Hometown Hike takes place in the wild beauty of Jefferson Memorial Forest and boasts much more than just a walk in the woods.
Local news for Oct. 6, 2011
"So yesterday, I tested the President's rhetoric. I proposed that we do exactly what he wants and vote, right away, on this second stimulus bill he's proposed as the supposed solution to our jobs crisis."
The Occupy Louisville movement has begun its journey of representing "The 99%" with kindness, community and a positive attitude for change.
Local news for Oct. 5, 2011
President Obama obviously believes that he can blame the failure of his flawed American Jobs Act on Republican refusal to allow a vote on the bill. Today, that plan became inoperative, thanks to Sen. McConnell.
Local news for Oct. 4, 2011
Rand Paul's third largest campaign contributor has paid tens of millions of dollars to settle lawsuits arising from hundreds of pipeline related oil spills and the burning deaths of two children in a butane explosion from a pipeline the company knew was faulty.