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Ford steals from U.S. Taxpayer

Louisville, KY – Much has been going on lately regarding Ford Motor Company. In a stunning move, Ford announced that they will be moving all small car production to Mexico. This creates many problems and we the people should be demanding answers. Forbes has done an updated article on the bailout money that Ford got and this raises all kinds of interesting questions. Read more…


Injunction requested to stop movement of Confederate monument

Louisville, KY – As many of you know by now a restraining order was issued this morning on my behalf for an injunction to keep Mayor Fischer and U of L President James Ramsey from illegally removing the confederate monument at the University of Louisville.  There is much confusion on this effort thanks to my allowing current candidate Everett Corley, or Corley Everett depending on which way he is naming himself this week, to be on the request.

He has politicized this in an effort to gain some notoriety or name recognition in his effort to defeat incumbent Rep. John Yarmuth. Read more…


U of L President Ramsey should be investigated and fired

Louisville, KY – It is far past time that U of L President James Ramsey leaves, voluntarily or involuntarily. He has been a mess for Kentucky since he first started working years ago. In Kentucky, as long as you are a good little Democrat, you get rewarded regardless of who you harm in the process. We are way too familiar with that game and it is time we end it.

Why would I say all that anyway, right? Read more…


UAW/Ford Contract vote should be thrown out

LouisvillePolitics.com – Since our stories last week regarding the UAW Ford contract vote came out, we have been swamped with more and more disturbing information being brought to us. It has become clear that this vote can, and should be, called into question by the NLRB, and thrown out. RICO, racketeering federal lawsuits, should pile up quickly against the UAW and Ford itself.

UAW members if you need help with any of this feel free to contact me here. Read more…


Is the UAW in Dearborn violating law to pass contract?

LouisvillePolitics.com – Disturbing reports out of  Dearborn, Michigan today folks. According to sources at UAW local 600 in Dearborn, union reps have been ordered to take ballots for the contract vote directly to line employees, and force them to vote on the contract. If proven true, this is illegal, unethical, and prison time should be a direct result for anyone involved including UAW leadership, perhaps including Executive Vice President Jimmy Settles himself. Read more…


FORD IN SERIOUS TROUBLE: CONTRACT IN JEOPARDY

Louisville Politics – It appears that Ford UAW members will vote DOWN the contract offer from Ford. At the very least it will be one of the closest contract votes in history at worst. Currently the vote sits at roughly 52% – 48% against. Here in Louisville the numbers are even worse and that is the one thing Ford could not afford.

Ford is in serious trouble. Again.

As everyone knows by now Ford is embroiled in federal investigations that they have worked very hard to keep quiet. Unfortunately for them, I am not a quiet guy so they have been exposed anyway. Read more…


KENTUCKY DEMS GET HIT WITH A TKO AS GOP WINS BIG!

Louisvillepolitics.com – The Kentucky GOP won big in yesterday’s state elections. How big? To quote a favorite word of Donald Trump, it was “YUUUUUUUGGGGEEEEEE.” In many circles today in Kentucky, that itself could be an understatement.

Tea Party Republican Matt Bevin didn’t just win the Gubernatorial election, he destroyed Democrat Jack Conway’s bid for Governor. In a landslide. It was a knockout of epic proportions for Kentucky. Read more…


CNBC loses debate, GOP stands tall

Louisvillepolitics.com – After sitting through an agonizing two hours last night on the latest GOP debate debacle, two things became very clear. CNBC had an agenda to try and force the establishment on the voters, and CNBC’s plan backfired miserably.

There is no way last night’s fiasco could be considered a debate between the candidates.  Read more…


City of Meadow Vale and Mayor Hornek have some ‘splaining to do

Louisville, KY – The City of Meadow Vale is a class 5 city right here in Louisville. It is one of many remaining neighborhoods after Louisville-Jefferson County merger that continue on as a small city. It now has made the main stage, politically speaking of course.

How big is Meadow Vale? Not very.

It has less than 800 total residents but it does have its own police force and now it’s former Chief is suing the City of Meadow Vale, and its current Mayor Mary Hornek, for among other things, sexual harassment.

Good ole small town politics at its finest! Read more…


IS GREG FISCHER FORD TOUGH?

Louisville, KY –  Is Mayor Greg Fischer Ford tough? We will see as even more trouble is brewing for Ford Motor Company and one has to wonder exactly if and what kind of deal they may have with our own Mayor Greg Fischer.

As many of you are aware, Ford is under investigation by multiple federal agencies for insider trading and it very well could involve our own Greg Fischer. Fischer, as you know, has been scamming the legal system for almost two years now to cover up his alleged lies that aided and abetted Ford in the illegal firing of Jay Morgan. Fischer and his illegally funded taxpayer County Attorney’s office should be investigated by the feds.

And it may happen. Read more…


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