Today’s round-up is going to be short because I’m obviously late as all hell.
I totally saw my shadow this morning, if you were wondering.
Dear Greg Fischer: Maybe it’s not a good idea to send Sadiqa Reynolds (who is fond of referring to herself as a “former lawyer and body language expert” – to think I ever had respect for her, it’s a shame she sold out and turned 100% ignorant) to Metro Animal Services to lob empty threats at innocent people. Maybe you could get off your ass and actually do something instead of hiding – as has always been the case – daddy’s money and power. You embarrass the living shit out of me. [We’re Just Getting Started]
I’m not going to shut up about this. There’s no reason for wasteful legislation to stop meth production. Limiting access to legitimate consumers is ridiculous. Send a letter to your legislator today. [SEND A LETTER!]
Ever wondered what the real financial impact of the meth bill could be? Then you should take a look at this, complete with numbers directly from law enforcement officials, not empty talking points pushed out of Greg Stumbo’s office with the backing of groups that only exist to make him money/get him re-elected. [Page One]
Meet your new mayor. He’s just like the old mayor. What was that, again, about me being nothing but a naysayer when it came to Greg Fischer on the campaign trail? It’s like the man WANTS to prove everything I said right. And he’s working hard to do it. [FatLip]
The Gheens Foundation awarded Bellarmine University $750,000 to support the implementation of its Vision 2020 plan for continued growth and improvement. That is kind of big news for higher education in Louisville. [Bellarmine]
We love the Fund for the Arts and think you should support it. But you should also consider supporting Dare to Care. Feeding the hungry – especially children – is equally as important. If you can give a dollar per paycheck to pay some high dollar artsy salary to keep people like me happy, you can most certainly afford to give a dollar per paycheck to Dare to Care. [WFPL & Dare to Care]