Taxpayers rushing to the main post office on Gardiner Lane to beat tax filing deadline were met by protestors who... thanked them?
Occupy Louisville's encampment survived the cold of winter and a tornado, but it was Louisville's annual invasion by the 1% that finally forced them inside.
"Things should never have reached this point." So starts the public letter from a massive coalition of powerful economic and social justice organizations that is setting out to prepare 100,000 people to take part in non-violent direct action this Spring.
More good economic news for Kentucky. The unemployment rate in the state dropped again in February, to 8.7%.
Congressman John Yarmuth is introducing legislation to end oil company subsidies and refund them to the American people.