There is no debating it, again

Why would Republican mayoral candidate and Metro Councilwoman Angela Leet want another debate with Mayor Greg Fischer? Hasn’t she lost enough? After last week’s debate, it is obvious that Fischer overwhelms Leet in policy... and politics. Fischer will win this... Read More ›

Kentucky Swamp

It is true that you get what you pay for… when talking about phone chargers at a highway rest stop. Sure, you paid $1.50 for that $20 iPhone charger because you’re going to use it only twice before throwing it... Read More ›

In Special Interests We Trust

The premise of the recently filed Kentucky bill that would require public schools to prominently display the phrase “In God We Trust” is ridiculous for several reasons. What makes it even worse is that the legislation proposed by Republican state... Read More ›

Don’t occupy Dems!

The only way to replace or even abolish ICE, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, is to elect Democrats this November. In order to do this, we need to pull in the same direction. For Occupy ICE, if that means... Read More ›

JCPS settlement equals 
re-segregation

The Bevin administration is up to something. He didn’t campaign on it, he never announced it as part of his agenda, he certainly hasn’t begun a public dialogue with constituents... but everything he has done relating to Jefferson County Public... Read More ›

Bevin’s Fancy Farm speech

With only hours left before Kentucky politicians converge for the annual political slugfest known as the Fancy Farm Picnic, it remains unclear whether the state’s top politician, Gov. Matt Bevin, will attend and participate. Fortunately, LEO’s crack investigative reporting unit... Read More ›