Rick is still experiencing connectivity issues with the site, so I’m sharing some links he just passed along.
Does Mo Know Kentucky? One of the funniest guys on the planet, Mo Rocca, will be in Frankfort today for a press conference hosted by the Kentucky Historical Society. We’re hoping he’s got some new “make fun of Kentucky” jokes, or that he’ll mention us on his blog, where of course he’s preoccupied with American Idol. [Mo Rocca’s Blog]
AA Skirts the Open Records Law: We all knew there was some hanky panky going on with the way the Arena was picking contractors last fall, prompting the filing of a lawsuit by RAM Engineering. Now Jack Conway says the smart guys at the AA were conspiring to “subvert the intent” of the open records law by denying RAM access to records. It’ll cost them. [C-J]
Turfway’s Big Plans: If only the legislature passes Greg Stumbo’s video slots bill, Turfway Park will spend $150 million on a destination casino, even though there would be no table games. And, by the way, it’s not going to happen. [Enquirer]
Lexington’s Scandal: That Lexington airport scandal just keeps growing. After it was revealed they charged Hannah Montana tickets to their company credit cards, three top managers resigned. New blood is on board. I’m experiencing scandal-envy. [Herald-Leader]
Not Like a Virgin, A Real Virgin: This 23-year-old woman in San Diego is auctioning off her virginity. To pay for a masters degree. And she’s got a $3.7 million offer for a one-night stand. Start of a trend? [UK Telegraph]
Rep. John Yarmuth played a major role in the re-authorization of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program. Go read his floor speech in support of the expanded legislation. [Page One]