Thursday, October 08, 2015


We are concerned about a comment made by a candidate for City Council.

At a recent Democrat gathering he was overheard telling  potential voters and we Quote: Candidate Matt Nash stated, that the people should serve local government rather than local government serve the taxpayer.

 And,  he went on to say: Anyone, who (does) not like Mr. Mayor's bonds backed up by TIF's should consider moving or not come to New Albany to live. He doesn't need them or want people to question how he does business....

We at Freedom Of Speech, feel we have paid more than our fair share of taxes and other fees. 

We greatly resent  candidate Matt Nash's statement. 

We are also amazed how the Democrat Party could rig the caucus to replace Matt Nash over Councilwoman Diane Benedetti, that's one for the history books of local political hog wash 

Is it true, all of this, and a bi-polar, domestic abuse individual be supported by the democrat party?  Who are all these clowns?  Seems like a circus of nut balls and not an election of integrity.  

If you ask the questions who and why?  We are going to call Dr. Suess and see if he knows.  

Do we really want a person like Matt Nash representing us taxpayers on Council?

Friday, October 02, 2015


Candidate Baylor what is you stands on TIF'S in New Albany?

Freedom Of Speech would like to say: Mr. Baylor you don't look to bad now that you look and  dress as a candidate. One suggestion: If you own a suit you should have wore one in the Debate....

Saturday, September 05, 2015


Labor Day is a marker in time, the end of a season and the beginning of one.

Today's holiday originated as a labor movement observance intended to honor the working class citizens of this city who afforded us this opportunity and things like the 8 hour day, the weekends, overtime, sick leave, worker's compensation, OSHA, you know, things that are now, well, taken for granted.

Their movement pushed to better the conditions of the work place and strove to secure respect and appreciation for those who work hard.

 Now it seems like some unions are destroying our country.

I am often struck by how hard everyone is working. Harder than before, it seems.

As one of the working middle class to be stuck in rush-hour traffic in the early morning is to be surrounded by people who are dutifully making their ways to desk and benches and counters and nursing stations and keyboards and cement mixers and cash registers and small businesses. 

To notice this most mundane fact of life is to be amazed by it.

The morning commute puts on full display what makes this Labor Day weekend so special.

How did human beings come to this ingenious mode of organization!

My father always told me the myth is that life "by the sweat of the brow" was a consequence of the fall, the wages of sin, in which work is defined by obligation and necessity.

But Labor Day should be more than just a date on a calendar and a long holiday weekend.

It is time to pause and reflect on the meaning of work, the contributions of workers. In today's economy many are not moving forward, reaping the rewards of their education, skills, and hard work. 

Families in the middle can be one lost job, one major illness, one unanticipated setback away from serious economic trouble.

Heck, unions gave birth to the middle class in America after WWII he preached... Us baby boomers have ridden this wave of economics that our parents created and have had a good ride thanks to many of the unions.

I do appreciate Labor Day for it's intended meaning.

See, I grew up in a union household; my father was a union steward for many years. While I'm thankful now that our family had to live through a few strikes or other major hardships, I was raised to appreciate one of the great virtues of organized labor-shielding employees from intimidation.

It'll come as no surprise that I was raised by a proud loyal union man. I know there were times when my father was acting as an internal whistle blower, standing up to his management about inappropriate or unfair practices.

Without the union, he and others would have not been safe to speak out.
This Labor Day, in honor of my father, I raise a toast to all the whistle blowers, and others who show courage in speaking truth to power!

Officer Laura Schook you make us all proud!

And most of all Happy Labor Day to all of New Albany's "little people" who work hard and play by the rules. Have fun and go barbecue something -- I'd prefer it not be an American flag, however better days are ahead for all of us in New Albany...We hope!

When one individual or class suffers, the whole body of society suffers; an injury to one is the concern of all, and the welfare of each the interest of all; and the common wealth requires the improvement in the condition of wage-workers, materially, morally, and intellectually.

~C.H. Zimmermann

Friday, August 07, 2015


Floyd County Democrat Chairman:

We are proud to announce that Matthew Nash has been selected (not elected) as the Democratic nominee for New Albany 5th District.

Question: Isn't Matt Nash related to Warren Nash the ass kisser of Mayor Jeff Gahan and current President of the Board of Works?

Answer: Absolutely.

Question: Will Matt Nash give up his writing column with the News & Tribune?

Answer: Let's Contact Chris Morris and see. Who reads his stupid column anyway....

Freedom Of Speech would like to give a "shout out" to Adam Dickey Democrat Chairman of Floyd County: Are you really seriously or just that "stupid" to pick Matt Nash over current councilwoman Diane Benedetti?

Did Matt lose his job at Walgreens?

You dumb ass Democrats have just handed the 5th District to Mrs. Burke....

Shame on you all....

You, Mr. Matt Nash could not get elected "Dog Catcher" in Floyd County.

"No wonder our city is going to HELL in a hand basket!"

Tuesday, May 05, 2015


It's Election Day in Floyd County. It's time to take this lying Mayor out of office. Remember, if you don't VOTE you don't have a right to B-I-T-C-H about local government....

See you at the polls...

Thursday, April 30, 2015


To The Editor:

How come you refuse to print political letters against Mr. Mayor? What has happen to Freedom Of Speech?

No wonder they call you the News & Tribune Rag.....

Wednesday, April 29, 2015


Why did Mr. Mayor refused to debate Candidate David White?