Is It Possible To Hate Steve Nunn Even More?

What would you do if your home, place of employment and entire community were wiped off the face of the earth by a tornado? Recovery in Eastern Kentucky will take a long time and only the Red Cross remains on the ground supporting the people who most need it. [Click Here To Give]

Lexington’s city law department has released even more information from the investigative file of Steve Nunn. Nunn, you’ll recall, killed Amanda Ross and deserves to be tortured every day for the rest of his life. Can you believe women took money to have sex with his gross ass? [H-L]

On a scale of 1 to just Dumb As Hell, how dumb is this guy foaming at the mouth about not being able to feed animals in national parks? [Wonkette]

A federal judge says denying same-sex insurance benefits is discrimination. Mouth-breather heads everywhere are exploding. [HuffPo]

Today Hal Rogers announced $100,000 in Appalachian Regional Commission cash to develop plants for rebuilding West Liberty and the rest of Morgan County. Unfortunately, Steve Beshear tried to take credit for it in his own release. Here’s hoping all those funds aren’t immediately pocketed by a Rogers associate. [Press Releases]

Some things just blow our minds with Greg Fischer. The way he’s handled Louisville Metro Animal Services was a sign of how he planned to handle everything else in Louisville Metro Government. And that has come to fruition time and again. [The ‘Ville Voice]

Mitch McConnell absolutely LOVES to talk about how President Barack Obama is trying to influence the Supreme Court. But. Uh. It’s Republicans and their SuperPACs playing campaign finance pat-a-cake with the judicial system. [WaPo]

The United States’ most improved bilateral alliance is with South Korea. Will the relationship stay this good? [The Economist]

Whaaaat? Pollution plays a major role in ocean temperatures? Surely not! Pollution is just a myth. [NPR]

Welp, now we know why Papaw Beshear’s office has been working overtime to garner positive press for Amazon and Zappos. [H-L]

Oh, wait, here’s a dineysore that lived 125 million years ago. Was feathered and weighed more than 3,000 pounds as an adult. What was that, again, about the Earth being just 5,000-years-old? [BBC]

Here’s a really interesting story about a poison found in the Louisville Water Company’s supply. [C-J/AKN]