November 24, 2011 - 1:40pm
Norman Rockwell, please forgive me...
Today, after stuffing yourself silly--and before watching football--you might want to put all this in perspective by reviewing the following statistics.
According to popular legend, back in the fall of 1621, the early settlers of Plymouth Colony held a feast to celebrate a bountiful harvest.  They invited the local Native Americans (called by another name back then), and ate Butterball turkey and pumpkin pie with Redi Whip.
July 28, 2011 - 4:50pm
Since the beginning of the current national administration, Louisville has lost 4,429 of these businesses, representing a loss in business receipts of nearly one-half-billion dollars.
The U.S. Census Bureau released some depressing statistics today, indicating that Metro Louisville is losing some of its small businesses at a rate nearly twice the national average.  The number of nonemployer small businesses, those without paid employees, declined by more than 260,000...