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  • View of the Ohio River from the Louisville-area Waterfront
    The Addison W. Lee House goes on the market
    For those who have always wanted to own one of Louisville’s historic homes, the opportunity is available. The Addison W. Lee House, a site recognized by The National Register of Historic Places, went on the market just over three weeks ago....
  • GOP wins the Senate
    GOP takes the Senate-Put away your pen and your phone Mr. Obama
    In a major blow to Obama's far left, radical agenda, We the People spoke last night and gave control of the United States Senate to the GOP for the first time in eight years. Fortunately, for the remainder of his term, President B. Hussein...
  • Democrats predicted to take an historic pounding in midterm elections
    Democrats predicted to take an historic pounding in midterm elections
    The numbers keep piling up against the Democrats just two days before the midterm elections. As of Friday, in a new Rasmussen Poll, 62 percent of Americans believe the Senate will return to the Republicans. The findings are based on a survey of 1...
  • The Best Movies You've Never Seen: Halloween 2014
    The Best Movies You've Never Seen: Halloween 2014
    Most scary movies are seedy enough as it is. Horror movies are looked at down the noses of most venerable critics and are used as stepping-stones that actors grit their teeth through and later publicly regret on their way to fame and fortune. With...
  • DJ Will::E's Electrik Outlaw EP
    A Review of Electrik Outlaw EP by DJ Will::E
    DJ Will::E is a Los Angeles producer who is skillful in creating progressive electro vibes that cause one to turn up the volume on the speakers. On his Electrik Outlaw EP, 5 songs emanate from the speakers - each with a different inventive...
  • Barack Obama no longer popular among democrats
    A Republican Congress more important than ever
    Even though Barack Obama will do his best to make progress difficult once we have a Republican Senate, don't under estimate the latter's ability. First on the agenda will be their war on many of the regulations that have placed a...
  • Harry Reid will likely lose his job next month
    Democrats now focused on minimizing losses rather than winning midterms
    With virtually every media outlet in America predicting the U.S. Senate will soon be Republican-controlled, Democrats up for reelection in the House of Representatives are getting nervous, too. Minimizing losses is the new strategy of the day for...
  • The emperor has no clothes after the midterm elections
    The emperor has no clothes after the midterm elections
    President Obama faces a bleak final two years in the White House, one way or another. Should the Republicans regain the majority in the Senate, and predictably add another 15-20 seats in the House, Christmas will be very different from the last...
  • Eastern European military militia training camp
    House leaders reject Obama's request to fund Syrian rebels to fight ISIS
    President Obama met with congressional leaders yesterday to discuss the U.S. position and plan regarding the growing ISIS threat. The important gathering came on the eve the president's prime-time address to the nation, and was promoted as an...
  • Medicaid expansion on life support in Virginia
    Medicaid expansion on life support in Virginia
    Plans to expand Medicaid in Virginia may not be dead on arrival at the General Assembly, but they’re struggling for life support.“It’s such a big new entitlement at a time when we need to be looking hard at the cost of...
  • Dark August just got darker for the Democrats
    Dark August just got darker for the Democrats
    The bad news keeps coming for Democrats and President Obama in August. According to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist poll Monday, the voting electorate is ready for Republicans to take control of the Senate and retain the House.The poll...
  • 'Speaker' Ted Cruz
    'Speaker' Ted Cruz forces revisions of House immigration legislation
    The Washington Examiner noted on Friday that the House was obliged to spend an extra day tweaking the border emergency bill to satisfy conservatives before passing it largely along party lines/ A little later it passed a separate bill that would...
  • Robbery and house burglary can result in ID theft
    Robbery and house burglary can result in ID theft
    Robbery and house burglary now can result in more than just a loss of preppers’ valuables and their feelings of safety. Robbery and house burglary also can have the lingering danger of ID theft. In the U.S. today, ID theft is the fastest...
  • Ted Cruz does battle on border bill
    Ted Cruz fights to include anti-amnesty provisions in House border bill
    The Washington Examiner noted on Wednesday that the House still does not have the votes to pass the emergency spending bill to deal with the southern border crisis. Hot Air suggests that Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas has been plotting with House...
  • President Obama laughs off lawsuit
    House votes to sue president over execuive overreach while Obama pokes fun
    The House formally voted to sue the president of the United States on Wednesday to stop him from abusing his executive powers to circumvent laws passed by Congress. The vote was on party lines, with no Democrats voting for the measure and five...