Honesty Just Won’t Get You Very Far In Paducah

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Two leading political scorekeepers have decided it’s less likely that U.S. Rep. Ben Chandler, D-Versailles, will keep his job after the Nov. 6 election. On Thursday, the Cook Political Report changed its rating for Central Kentucky’s 6th Congressional District from “leans Democrat” to “toss up.” [H-L]

Bigot lover Andy Barr is on a mission to make it seem like his race is of national important. But the Chandler-Barr race doesn’t break the top ten list at the Washington Post. Or the top 20. Or 30. Or even 40. [WaPo]

Mittens Romney got an exemption from the Vietnam draft because white salamander sister wives or whatever. He went to live in fancy France. And then he protested in favor of the draft. Interesting how that works. [ABC News]

While it’s silly to accuse Perry Clark of illegally purchasing pills, it’s not silly to discuss his pot parties. Which he has all the time. Typically in his back yard. It’s also silly that Chris Thieneman is pretending to live in the South End. Just like he pretends to follow campaign finance law. [C-J/AKN]

On Aug. 7, Mel Roseman, a retired school teacher in Los Angeles, received an email from the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee asking him to give a political donation of five dollars. Fifteen minutes later, he received another — almost identical — email, sent to the same address. But the second email asked him for $25. [ProPublica]

Six Kentucky House members who represent Fayette County voters face challengers this fall. Most of Lexington’s incumbent lawmakers have the advantage of more money and more name recognition, but some still face a bumpy path to re-election on Nov. 6. [H-L]

Way to go, Kentucky with your “Obama Muslim” searches on the googler. Your Todd P’Pool level ignorance has ripened. [NYT]

A huge murder scandal in Laurel County is finally coming to an end. The judge finally issued a verdict. [WKYT]

You already know the “war on coal” is not an actual thing. Here’s a look at how the propaganda obscures reality during the presidential campaign. [HuffPo]

Do you live in Ashland? Are you trying to figure out what’s going on with your local candidates? There’s a forum tomorrow. [Daily Independent]

It’s time for another visit to the funhouse mirror held up to history by our 10th-grade textbook for homeschoolers, World History and Cultures In Christian Perspective. [Wonkette]

Don’t even try to be honest about corruption in Paducah. A man who conducted an undercover investigation that led to charges against two employees of the McCracken County Humane Society has been banned from his job at the facility. [WDRB]

2 thoughts on “Honesty Just Won’t Get You Very Far In Paducah

  1. “On Homeschoolers’ History Texts”

    There are three words to describe some of them: intellectual child abuse.

  2. “Mitt Had Other Priorities during Vietnam”

    Ann: “Mitt, you had a perfect right to support the draft and the Vietnam War when you were a Stanford student.”

    Mitt: “Yep, that’s what the soldiers died for: to give me my rights. And I enjoyed the freedom to pass out Mormon leaflets in France instead of going to Vietnam.”

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