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Louisville could lose major public safety necessities under Fischer's budget cuts


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Louisville could lose major public safety necessities under Fischer's...

April 28th, 2019 @ 10:24AM (5 years ago)

Louisville's best days are behind it. The last of 2 Democrat counties in a state that's turned Republican chose to many millions of dollars into frivolous unnecessary things like the basketball arena, the football stadium, the soccer field, Google internet, bike lanes hardly anyone uses and weekly public events requiring street closures and police overtime. At the same time, they've raised taxes and let crime skyrocket, which has scared away businesses from locating here. Now they're pulling police out of the dangerous, violent gang-controlled drug-filled JCPS schools to satisfy far left police-haters and to save a little money. The mental midget weaklings of Metro can't even manage to try to save their own kids.

See you at the bottom, Louisville. I'll be watching through binoculars from the Indiana side of the river.

Louisville could lose major public safety necessities under Fischer's...

April 28th, 2019 @ 8:17PM (5 years ago)

I am amazed at the way we now occupy parking lots at the county lines now. Wherever a road leaves the county is a new lot for those of us that have left the building.

If only the city had paid parking lots they could charge us a parking fee to go with the take home gas tax and the higher insurance payments. With the money generated off of cops leaving the metro, they could hire another violence interuptor or two or lace a few more miles of bike lanes.

Louisville could lose major public safety necessities under Fischer's...

May 2nd, 2019 @ 10:34PM (5 years ago)

If you think the Democrats outside the clinic are violent, wait until you see the Democrats inside the clinic dismembering unborn children every day.


Another Knee Jerk Policy

May 9th, 2019 @ 10:57AM (5 years ago)


Another knee jerk policy coming down from armchair quarterbacks who sit in an office all day and are too scared to check out what goes on in real patrol. The new policy has the Legal Departments stink all over it. I guess officer safety is secondary to the vocal minority in the west end complaining. The minorities in the west end will never be satisfied no matter what concessions the police department makes. All they want to do is create mayhem and don't want anybody telling them not to. I don't live down there and could care less what they do to each other. Nice to see where the Chief's priorities are. Also, way to throw the officers in the video under the bus. Puking out a new policy infers that the officers complained on did something wrong. What was that, may I ask? Once again, spineless Conrad shows himself to be a weak leader more concerned with political correctness instead of officer safety and the sooner he's gone along with that worthless Mayor the better.

Louisville could lose major public safety necessities under Fischer's...

May 9th, 2019 @ 3:41PM (5 years ago)

Study Reveals The Best And Worst States To Be A Police Officer

Working in law enforcement has its perks and drawbacks in every state, but a recent study from WalletHub concluded that there are definite winners and losers. The study "compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across 27 key indicators of police-friendliness," looking at everything "from median income for law-enforcement officers to police deaths per 1,000 officers to state and local police-protection expenses per capita."

Top five overall: INDIANA, New York, Maryland, California, and New Hampshire

Bottom five overall: KENTUCKY, Louisiana, Arkansas, New Mexico, and Arizona