Aaron Yarmuth, 30, recently became owner of LEO Weekly. He lives downtown near Waterfront Park. His father is Louisville congressman and LEO founder John Yarmuth.
Yarmuth’s vote in opposition to extending the payroll tax cuts represents a 180-degree turnaround from his recently stated position in favor of the idea. On November 30, 2011, he spoke out strongly in favor of the tax cuts on the floor of the House.
Before this mess is resolved, the rhetorical B.S. generated by the political process will predictably equal the breadth and depth of the Ohio River itself. It appears that there are some necessary functions of government that are just too important to be left in the hands of politicians.
"The President is a brilliant, brilliant, man,...but he is a little bit incapacitated by his complicated mind."
500 "young democrats" have converged on Louisville for their biennial convention.
Louisville's congressman jumps on ERA bandwagon, but the bandwagon doesn't move.
It's time for the annual Dainty Contest held in Germantown, and this year's special anniversary is attracting special guests.