Fallout from a News-Free Weekend

It’s a lot easier to win golf tournaments when your opponent chokes out a snowman at 16 on Sunday. Tiger’s awesome (63 of 66 putts inside 10 feet), but still.

But is he Republican Enough? Joe Gerth notes that Trey Grayson spent a lot of last week reaching out to the right, assuring right-wingers that he’s nutty enough for them by opposing the Sotomayor Supreme Court nomination and saying he’s on their side on abortion. On Sunday, Al Cross said the Rand Paul candidacy will force Grayson further to the right. [Gerth, Cross]

They’re Polling This? Anybody wonder why Survey USA came out of sleep mode to poll people on the “Son-of-a-Bitch” episode?  Most people hadn’t heard about it, and of those who had, more said it would have no effect on their view of Jack Conway, though more said it would hurt him than help him. [Survey USA]

Deserved Derision: Sure, we can argue about the C-J’s bias in news stories. But using the paper’s decision to ignore the birther lawsuits as an example of bias is not advancing the case. [An Amusing Letter]

Enthusiasm for Curbs in 15: Lots of folks spent the weekend hauling their water-ruined crap to drop-off sites, except for residents of District 15. Council member Marianna Butler got curbside pickup arranged there. And is WHAS really making its reporters wear orange shirts? [WHAS-TV]

Twins on FB:  Abby Miller Hanger, the former WLKY-TV morning anchor, is featured in a C-J article about babies and technology. She recently gave birth to twins, which all you Facebookers already know about. [Courier]

You’re Already Late: If you want to drive a tram at the Fair, you better got over to the Fairgrounds. They’re taking applications for 800 temporary jobs this morning. [WHAS-TV]