I have some fairly significant news to share with you: Noah’s Ark is real, officially.
One week ago, on the Kentucky Oaks infield, a large, pastel-hued fight broke out among several individuals wearing monogrammed belts. Let’s celebrate their passion.
It’s a sad and sour realization, to know that you’ve aged and tattooed yourself out of your dream job, but that is the sad place many of us find ourselves today: we cannot be greeters at the National Rifle Association Expo in Lousville. Even if you’re not too old or too fat, you’re probably too odd for the job. Take a…
Kentucky’s new governor Matt Bevin, whose political views and personal affect are a cross between Ted Cruz and a labradoodle, has posted a video of himself marching through Kentucky’s empty House chambers to prove that Democrats aren’t working on the budget.
A Kentucky Senate committee has just approved a bill that would require women seeking an abortion to be shown an ultrasound first. This is roughly the one millionth time Kentucky Republicans have tried to pass this piece of legislation, but this year, they might actually succeed, because Kentucky Democrats aren’t…
On Tuesday night, for the last time, President Obama will address the state of the union under his presidency. The anti-gay Family Research Council has made sure that Kim Davis will be in the audience, along with her lawyer, Mat Staver of the equally disturbed-by-gayness Liberty Council.
Over 50 police officers were called to Mall St. Matthews in Louisville, Kentucky, to break up a brawl involving nearly 2,000 teens. “Businesses were in the process of closing their doors, steel grates, and you had juveniles that were not allowing businesses to close up—[they were] climbing on the grates,” said police…
Praise the lord: The Noah’s Ark theme park in Kentucky is scheduled to open in July of next year. Take a moment to go ahead and cancel any conflicting beach vacations and road trips, because obviously you’ll need to be there.
America doesn’t ask much of you, besides 30% of your income, give or take, and a begrudging tolerance for Ken Burns documentaries. Except for one big thing.
Republican businessman Matt Bevin, a Tea Party favorite whom the New York Times has politely referred to as a “political novice,” has won Kentucky’s gubernatorial election. This is terrible news!
We’ve all been very riveted by the horrifying sideshow shenanigans of Donald Trump and the rest of the clowns running for the American presidency. But as Last Week Tonight’s John Oliver points out, there are important elections happening in four different states, oh, Tuesday.
For once, Kim Davis was telling the truth! Kinda! The embattled Rowan County Clerk, who’s desperately trying to maintain her fifteen minutes of fame, recently told interviewers that she had “gay friends” who respect her decisions. Turns out she does have gay friends. One gay friend. And he doesn’t even like her that…
Kim Davis, the Rowan County Clerk who refuses to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, continues to interfere with court orders.
Less than a mile from the Rowan County, Kentucky, clerk’s office, where Kim Davis had made her last stand against gay marriage, my partner and I picked out wedding cupcakes at Artsy Tartsy, a bakery that also happens to sell home decor and children’s dresses. On the table in front of us, still in its protective brown…
Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis returned to work Monday morning after six days in county jail for contempt of court and a long weekend just because. She told a gaggle of reporters that she will still refuse to grant marriage licenses to same-sex couples, but “won’t interefere” if her deputy clerks do grant them.
Disquieted by the idea that gay people might experience any momentary happiness in her vicinity, Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis is still doing her best to shit in everyone’s marital punchbowl. Her attorneys asked an appeals court Friday to halt an order that would require her office to give licenses to all eligible…
Today, in a beautiful dudefight that perfectly illustrates the relentlessly petty dickishness of the American political process, we have this: an aide to Governor Mike Huckabee is said to have physically blocked Ted Cruz from talking to reporters or the crowd at yesterday’s rally in support of Kim Davis.
Kim Davis was released from jail Tuesday morning, with instructions not to interfere with her office handing out marriage licenses to legally eligible couples. Unwilling to let his opportunity for publicity-friendly faux martyrdom slip away that easily, Mike Huckabee offered this afternoon to go to jail “in her place.”