Will The Storms Come To Get Us This Go Round?

Whattya mean Steve Beshear and a Conway operative are having a very bad week over a Kentucky Retirement Systems scandal??? [Page One]

Republican Party of Kentucky Chairman Steve Robertson questioned Jack Conway for the 21st Day in a row: “Jack Conway can only run from these questions for so long,” said Robertson. “At some point he will have to face the voters and explain why his family member was held to a completely different standard than every other Kentuckian…and what involvement he had in that.” Meanwhile, Jack continues to refuse to address this issue so it’ll go away. [Press Release]

To the uptight buttcramps in Metro Government who tell us we do not have a right to criticize and question the handling of Metro Animal Services. [Click the Clicky]

Jennifer Lawrence is super-famous these days and she has a crazy workout. [HuffPo]

It was nice watching John Yarmuth defend Elizabeth Warren. He’s got class. [WFPL]

Especially after she’s called a liar by Republicans who are flipping lying themselves. [HuffPo]

The Sierra Club is accusing a coal company of violations at a Leslie County coal mine. [H-L]

Sunday alcohol sales are finally allowed at distilleries in Bullitt County. [C-J/AKN]

Muhammad Ali is asking Iran to release two American hikers held in custody. [FOX41]

Will trees in your yard withstand the next storm? No, so probably should just cut them all down now. [WAVE3]

Are strip clubs in Louisville violating the local ordinance? Hopefully, because that ordinance is stupid. And that’s coming from us – avowed liberal feminists (because not all strippers are female). [WHAS11]

Really, we still think you should consider going to this to give back. [Consuming Louisville]

Rugby Team Auctions Signed Keith Richards Book

The Rebel Raider Rugby Team, a combo of Atherton and Iroquois High School students, is auctioning an autographed copy of Keith Richards’ book LIFE.


Richards’ book was obtained by the team’s coach, David Barhorst, at WFPK’s fund drive last month.


All proceeds from the auction of the book – which you can bid on at eBay by clicking here – will be used by the team to participate in the Kentucky Youth Rugby League.

If you’re a Rolling Stones fan, here’s your chance to help some students out.