Matt Bevin Is Mentally Disturbed But No One Wants To Talk About It Because They Claim It’s Rude Or Inappropriate

Matt Bevin’s plan to overhaul the retirement system for public school teachers would cost taxpayers an extra $4.4 billion over the next 20 years, according to a new analysis, a whopping cost that potentially complicates the proposal’s prospects in the House as GOP leaders struggle to find votes for it. [H-L]

The House Intelligence Committee on Monday released more than 200 pages of testimony from its closed-door interview last week with Carter Page, a former foreign policy adviser to the Donald Trump presidential campaign. [HuffPo]

Matt Bevin is so painfully stupid he believes there are tons of marijuana “overdoses”. Yes, really. That crazy-eyed guy believes you can easily overdose on weed. [C-J/AKN]

Did Ronald Reagan’s 1981 tax cut supercharge the economy? [WaPo]

Both state and national polls released last week show more Kentucky voters approve of Matt Bevin than disapprove, but his approval rate is below 50 percent in both polls. [Ronnie Ellis]

Two years after his 24-year-old girlfriend was shot and killed on live television, a Virginia Democrat on Tuesday defeated an opponent who was endorsed by the National Rifle Association for a seat in the state legislature. [NY Times]

Well-known Western Kentucky businessman Billy Joe Miles is scheduled to stand trial next January on charges that he raped, sodomized and attempted to bribe a caregiver in July 2016, according to a court ruling issued earlier this week. [WFPL]

The Air Force’s apparent failure to send the criminal records of the airman behind Sunday’s mass killings to civilian authorities allowed him to obtain guns. Such reporting failings are widespread and longstanding. [ProPublica]

Just a few dozen people attended a hearing Wednesday night held by the Kentucky Public Service Commission regarding a proposed rate increase sought by Kentucky Power. [Ashland Independent]

Most Americans oppose the use of a lottery system for giving immigrants permanent U.S. residence, but a majority support allowing immigrants to obtain green cards through sponsorship by U.S. employers, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll. [Reuters]

Dumb ass. Matt Bevin insisted in a published interview this week he never said teachers “hoard” sick days, but he appears to have said precisely that in an August radio interview. [More Ronnie Ellis]

The bombshell allegations that GOP Senate nominee Roy Moore had inappropriate sexual conduct with a 14-year-old girl when he was 32 have roiled Alabama’s Senate race, where the GOP candidate had been heavily favored to win in December. [The Hill]

Jim Gray would get his ass handed to him and deservedly so. Not because he’s gay but because he’s got no guts, barely owns his identity and has surrounded himself with some of the worst people in Kentucky politics – like Dale Emmons. [H-L]

This lunatic has serious brain damage. Donald Trump said stronger background checks for gun purchases would have made Sunday’s mass shooting at a south Texas church even deadlier. [HuffPo]

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