State of Emergency’ declared by LMPD as Breonna Taylor decision looms (Louisville KY)

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The Louisville Metro Police Department has canceled all off days and vacation requests until further notice as the agency prepares for Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s announcement in the Breonna Taylor case.

Sgt. Lamont Washington announced the decision in a Monday afternoon news release.

“The public may also see barriers being staged around downtown, which is another part of our preparations,” Washington said in the statement.

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Kentucky Could Be The First Abortion Free-State By 2018

In the past six months, it has become clear that the battle for the first abortion-free state is going to be fought this year in Kentucky.

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Last week Operation Save America (formerly known as Operation Rescue), conducted a seven-day rally, several hundred strong, in Louisville, Kentucky. The epicenter of the campaign was the last abortion mill in the state: EMW Women’s Surgical Center, a brown brick building on 2nd and West Market, guarding its 20 feet of sidewalk with nearly a dozen “No Trespassing” signs.

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Taped out in yellow and black around the EMW entrance, stood a federally-mandated temporary “buffer zone,” prohibiting OSA leaders from nearing the clinic entrance.


In May, Rusty Lee Thomas, director of OSA, along with 10 determined associates, had chosen to sit down in front of EMW, blocking the entrance to the abortion mill and violating FACE for the first time in over a decade.  Their prompt arrest for trespassing was followed this month by federal charges for 10 of their number (the eleventh, a 17-year-old girl from Virginia, was excluded).

Last week’s buffer zone was put in place by District Judge David J. Hale, a battle-tested Democrat and Obama nominee, in order to deter any repeat of OSA’s efforts to physically bar entrance to EMW.

The move, however, may have misjudged the nature of OSA’s rally.  Sitting in the back of their nightly gatherings at Evangel World Prayer Center last week, it was hard not to notice the numerical preponderance of families with young children—a five-year-old playing with her father’s big beard, a boy, about seven, climbing his little brother’s stroller, a mother in the back nursing her infant child.

Suffice it to say, no attempt was made last week to block entrance to EMW. But other means were used—and are continuing to be used—to make Kentucky the first abortion-free state.

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Islamic Center Vandalized

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(WDRB) — The Islamic Center in Louisville on River Road has been targeted by vandals and Mayor Greg Fischer is asking the community to help clean it up.

Red spray paint and derogatory words cover the outside of the white building. Members believe it may have happened between 6:30 and 8 p.m. Wednesday night because they discovered the writings as they left evening prayer. 

Vandals also wrote “stop terrorism” on a nearby shed and left a red spray painted watch hooked to a pipe.


The FBI will investigate this as a hate crime.

Wow, that didn’t take long. if a Christian was attacked or an attack like Ft Hood,  we are  told not to rush to judgement or this is just work place violence. After  9/11/2001, Muslims were dancing in the street.

Big difference between spray painting a mosque and blowing up the World Trade Center.




Business organizations sign letter against Louisville Metro minimum wage hike

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Several business-related associations stand against a Metro Council proposal to raise the minimum wage.

In a joint statement, they say it “exceeds Council authority” and is “bad policy.”

The statement – sent to media outlets today – was signed by nearly 20 groups including the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, the Kentucky Restaurant Association, and Greater Louisville, Inc.

In it, they say an increase would put local businesses at a competitive disadvantage and lead to job losses.

The proposal would raise the wage from $7.25 to $10.10 an hour over a three-year period.

Last week, Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said he supports raising the wage on the national level, but is concerned a local hike would cause some businesses to relocate and says the issue should be studied further.

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