Posts Tagged ‘Mitt Romney’
…face it, I’m older and have more insurance.
NPR reports as economic struggles have kept more people from retiring, and brought many out of retirement, age discrimination claims are up. But it’s tough to prove.
Illinois~ There’s a new sheriff in town (sheriff meaning chief, and town meaning Metropolis).
Things are getting nasty in Florida…and in the Republican Primary as well.
NPR reports the mud slinging between Republican Presidential hopefuls Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich has reached new levels in the Florida primary.
Kentucky~ Bridge inspectors bring in an Echoschope, sounds fancy. MSU draws Saint Mary’s in the BracketBuster. KCTCS wants more black students. A soldier’s facing lesser charges now that murder’s off the table. Turkey huntin’ in LBL, get your gun, and boat. Ron Paul wants to give Kentucky a shot. Beshear thinks expanded gaming can happen.
Apparently, Starbucks makes a lot of coffee…and a lot of money.
NPR reports the coffee chain known for it’s iconic dark roast has got it’s ‘mojo workin’ under the leadership of CEO Howard Schultz.
Kentucky~ Alleged embezzlers have a day in court. Soldiers return to a hero’s welcome. Hey, I think that buggy covered in highly reflective tape might have Amish people in it. “Caylee’s Law” requires you to tell somebody if you lose your kid. Romney and Gingrich want Kentucky.
Tennessee~ Hate crime victim’s dad is disturbed by ‘don’t say gay’.
Local governmental agencies don’t know how to treat the occupy protesters.
NPR reports Mayors across the country are trying to balance respect for the plight of protesters occupying public land and the greater welfare of their cities.
Kentucky~ KYTC wants to tell you about widening KY 68/80. It looks like most people are avoiding the polls today. A Kentucky native has been charged with espionage. Romney wants some of that Kentucky green.
Illinois~ SIU: Teachers gotta eat too.
Tennessee~ Haslam tosses around the idea of school vouchers.
Rio de Janeiro’s favelas are looking up just in time for the world’s spotlight.
NPR reports Rio is making a concerted effort to revitalize its massive hillside slums before the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympics.
Kentucky~ Conway is way out in front in cash-on-hand. KSP puts 60 new troopers on the road. All three Gubernatorial candidates squared off in last night’s final debate. Yarmuth says the GOP is not backing down. Mitt’s coming to Kentucky to raise some money.
Tennessee~ The state issued 2400 ID’s needed to vote.