July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
Join writer Gail Collins in an intriguing discussion about the Lone Star state and conservative political climate change (ha!) this Thursday, June 28th at the Louisville Free Public Library at 7pm.
I do not care much for chewing over politics. While I was once an admittedly voracious and bombastic defensive liberal, I’ve found that raising my blood pressure with political foils over issues of great personal passion is not good exercise. Waggling tongues will always waggle,...
July 29, 2012 - 8:05pm
"The 1% at its very worst!"
It looks like the Occupy movement is finally winding down. Agree or disagree, it was certainly a spectacle to witness, not only on a national level, but our own chapter right here in Louisville. Although the movement was not terribly well organized and a firm, specific objective was never outlined...
July 29, 2012 - 8:04pm
Join author, professor and political forecaster, Larry J. Sabato, as he shares his thoughts on the 2012 election season tomorrow evening, Tuesday, April 17th, at The Filson Historical Society at 6:30pm
It’s enough to make even the stodgiest of ramrods loosen the collar. Can you feel it? It’s the thick syrup making your windows fog and your skin steam – the rising heat and humidity of this year’s election season. As the apocalypse draws ever...
July 29, 2012 - 7:55pm
Free lunchtime talk at Bellarmine February 9
Ever wonder how one of the world’s foremost news organizations tackles presidential campaigns? On Thursday, February 9, New York Times national editor Sam Sifton will discuss how his newspaper covers the run for the presidency.
July 29, 2012 - 8:08pm
Kentucky's public school system is ranked among the worst in the nation. One active group of concerned citizens is actively fighting for choices for black children in Louisville.
Children are our future, or so we keep saying. It seems as though lawmakers in Kentucky, and Jefferson county specifically, are focused on ensuring that adults' political and financial interests come before the interests of our children.In saying "our children," the implication...