Kentucky Governor Finds Inspiration in Mysterious Brown Sidewalk Smear

Andy Cush · 06/07/16 02:25PM

From where do great leaders draw their inspiration? For George Washington, it was the Roman general Cincinnatus; for Abraham Lincoln, Kentucky’s greatest son, it was forebears like Henry Clay and great thinkers like Thomas Paine. For Matt Bevin, Kentucky’s present leader, it is a smear on the sidewalk that, if it isn’t an actual piece of shit, it certainly looks a lot like one.

FBI: Man Wanted for Embezzling $8.7 Million Hid in the Appalachian Trail for Six Years

Sophie Saint Thomas · 09/22/15 10:45PM

The Appalachian Trail seems like America’s Bermuda Triangle. It’s where horny politicians conveniently go missing. It’s the 2,200 miles of wilderness my boyfriends decide to go when things start to get serious. And for a Kentucky man who left his family and wanted to avoid a near $9 million embezzlement case, it’s a great place to relax for six years, New York Daily News reports.

Kim Davis Is In Her Office With the Blinds Closed

Gabrielle Bluestone · 09/14/15 08:24AM

Kentucky clerk Kim Davis has found a way to have her wedding cake and eat it too: she’s back in the office collecting a paycheck but she won’t be issuing any marriage licenses to gay couples, no siree.

One Brave County Defies Law, Refuses Gay Couples Right to Marry

Gabrielle Bluestone · 08/13/15 11:54AM

In the face of adversity, one courageous defender is holding strong: the Rowan County clerk’s office in Morehead, KY, which is bravely defying a federal judge’s order in its quest to ensure that not all people are treated as equals, no matter what the Supreme Court says.

County Clerk in Kentucky Filmed Denying Gay Couple Marriage License

Rich Juzwiak · 07/08/15 12:10PM

The footage above is incredible, perhaps era-defining. Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis refused to issue a marriage license to a man named David V. Moore and his male partner of 17 years when they went to the Rowan County Clerk’s Office in Morehead, Kentucky on Monday. The pair were made to wait around while others cut ahead of them. When they finally were acknowledged by those working in the office, they were told to go to another county courthouse to obtain their license.