FRANKFORT — Changes Gov. Matt Bevin made to his pension bill Wednesday do not address the main concern of lawmakers and do not improve the bill's chances, state House Speaker David Osborne said Thursday.

"I don't think this has changed anybody's mind. ... The overriding concern expressed by members about the bill remains," Osborne said in a phone interview. "... It's very possible we will not have a special session."

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Frankfort, KY—  On Wednesday night, Fox News host Tucker Carlson and Executive Director of American Conservative Magazine, Johnny Burtka, blasted U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell, openly mocking him for opposing President Donald Trump’s economic agenda.

Bad tweets, ill-advised statements, ignorance — it’s all on display.


President Donald Trump’s state visit to the United Kingdom began with him firing off tweets from Air Force One calling London Mayor Sadiq Khan “a stone cold loser” and culminated with him posting tweets at 1:30 am London time on Wednesday denigrating actress Bette Midler as a “Washed up psycho.

Lt. Governor Hampton’s Fired Staffer on the Bevin Administration: “I’m not exactly sure whether we need to call Ghostbusters or we’re looking for the Phantom of the Opera or what’s going on, but we need to get answers.”

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AFT Local 1360

The Alliance for Retired Americans' 2018 Congressional Voting Record is more proof--as if more proof were needed--that Democrats are a whole lot more likely to support legislation important to us senior citizens than Republicans are.

EDITOR'S NOTE: Thanks to William Barry, retired organizer and director of Labor Studies at The Community College of Baltimore County, for sending us this editorial.