December 13, 2011 - 11:58pm
Third District Congressman 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.
In a breathtaking display of partisanship, Louisville’s Democratic congressman, John Yarmuth (Ky. 3rd), voted at 6:51 p.m.
September 17, 2011 - 9:45pm
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.
Unless you’ve just awakend from a lengthy coma, you are doubtless aware that the discovery of a few cracks in the Sherman Minton Ohio River bridge has delivered Louisville and southern Indiana into traffic chaos of biblical proportions.  As expected, the political class has responded...
August 25, 2011 - 9:24am
"The President is a brilliant, brilliant, man,...but he is a little bit incapacitated by his complicated mind."
Last week, when Mandy Connell was on vacation from her WHAS-840 Radio morning talk show, fill-in host Mary Walters had an opportunity to interview Louisville’s 3rd District Congressman, Democrat John Yarmuth.  Yarmuth’s remarks were so incredibly bizarre that Connell felt a need to...
July 28, 2011 - 2:36pm
500 "young democrats" have converged on Louisville for their biennial convention.
The binennial convention of the Young Democrats of America kicked off today in Louisville, KY. Attended by some 500 young Democratic movers and shakers from around the nation, the convention provides a chance to hear from a wide variety of Democratic luminaries, to network, and to learn about...
June 24, 2011 - 7:43pm
Louisville's congressman jumps on ERA bandwagon, but the bandwagon doesn't move.
Louisville’s Third-District representative, Democrat John Yarmuth, has joined with 203 of his fellow congressmen to reintroduce another Equal Rights Amendment, similar to the failed 1972 bill.  On Wednesday, Rep. Carolyn Maloney and Sen. Robert Menendez introduced House Joint Resolution...