Can You Imagine The Change That Occur If The KDP Spoke Up About This Republican Tax Nonsense? HAHA! No. We Can’t, Either.

Frankfort Attorney General Andy Beshear argued Wednesday in Franklin County Circuit Court that Gov. Matt Bevin does not have the authority to dissolve and reorganize several state education boards. [H-L]

A federal court struck down a law in Kentucky on Wednesday that requires women seeking an abortion to first undergo an ultrasound and hear a description of the embryo or fetus. [HuffPo]

Heartbreaking? This jackass helped create every sports-related scandal at UofL that we can remember. [C-J/AKN]

The FBI has about 1,000 open investigations into potential domestic terrorists, including people who may be linked to extremist white supremacy, white nationalism and environmental movements. [ABC7 NY]

PEE ALERT! Rick Pitino complaining that people are rushing to judgment. He’s apparently never looked in a mirror. [WFPL]

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Lying-Ass Grandmother) and his allies are coming to grips with the fact that the next GOP colleague in their club is likely to be a conservative firebrand who the No. 2 Senate Republican just last week said would not be a reliable member of the conference. [The Hill]

This is not a bad thing. Unless the Raycom shysters ever get their hands into the mix. [Richmond Register]

Cutting taxes for the rich while raising them for the middle class – that’s the New Republican way. Donald Trump proposed on Wednesday the biggest U.S. tax overhaul in three decades, calling for tax cuts for most Americans, but prompting criticism that the plan favors business and the rich and could add trillions of dollars to the deficit. [Reuters]

The police chief who was fired by the city of Flatwoods in 2014 has settled a lawsuit he filed accusing the city of unlawful termination, according to a settlement agreement document. [Ashland Independent]

The tax plan that the Trump administration outlined on Wednesday is a potentially huge windfall for the wealthiest Americans. It would not directly benefit the bottom third of the population. As for the middle class, the benefits appear to be modest. [NY Times]

The governor cannot re-write laws enacted by the legislature, even if he attempts to do it using a law passed by the legislature which allows governors to reorganize executive branch agencies, according to Attorney General Andy Beshear. [Ronnie Ellis]

Trump’s speech on the administration’s still-somewhat-vague tax plan, delivered in Indianapolis on Sept. 27, was filled with many of his favorite, inaccurate claims. [WaPo]

Ousted Louisville men’s basketball Coach Rick Pitino is “Coach-2” as referred to in the criminal complaint released Tuesday by the Justice Department, according to several outlets, including CBS News, ABC News and the Wall Street Journal. [H-L]

If you didn’t hate this orange pigfucker before now? Here’s your chance. Donald Trump said Wednesday that he’s considering waiving the Jones Act for Puerto Rico ― an arguably outdated law that imposes exorbitant shipping costs on the island ― but tempered his support for it because he’s getting pushback from the shipping industry. [HuffPo]

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