Gray, Wilkirson and Dudley discuss CentrePointe on KET tonight

A must see.

Kentucky Tonight will discuss downtown Lexington development

For Release: 2008-07-02 16:54:00

On the Monday, July 7 edition of Kentucky Tonight at 8/7 p.m. CT on KET1, host Bill Goodman and guests will discuss downtown Lexington development.

Scheduled guests are:

- Lexington Vice Mayor Jim Gray, president and CEO of Gray Construction

- Hayward Wilkirson, president of the board of directors of Preserve Lexington

- Dudley Webb, chairman of the board of directors of The Webb Companies

- Foster Ockerman Jr., a Lexington lawyer

Viewers with questions and comments may participate in the live broadcast by telephone at 1-800-494-7605.

Kentucky Tonight programs are archived online, made available via podcast and rebroadcast on KET1 and KET KY. Archived programs, information about podcasts and broadcast schedules are available at www.ket.org/kytonight.

Kentucky Tonight is a weekly KET production, produced by Deidre Clark. Bill Goodman is host and managing editor.

Insane woman-haters in Louisville

Damnit, if women would just shut their mouth and submit to their husband’s every demand, they wouldn’t have to get punched in the face.

Southern Baptist Scholar Links Spouse Abuse to Wives’ Refusal to Submit to Their Husbands

Bob Allen
06-27-08

One reason that men abuse their wives is because women rebel against their husband’s God-given authority, a Southern Baptist scholar said Sunday in a Texas church.

Bruce Ware, professor of Christian theology at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky., said women desire to have their own way instead of submitting to their husbands because of sin.

“And husbands on their parts, because they’re sinners, now respond to that threat to their authority either by being abusive, which is of course one of the ways men can respond when their authority is challenged–or, more commonly, to become passive, acquiescent, and simply not asserting the leadership they ought to as men in their homes and in churches,” Ware said from the pulpit of Denton Bible Church in Denton, Texas.

Bat. Shit. Crazy.

Go for it, Terri…

Obama hits the big stage in Denver

Who needs press passes, anyway?

On Thursday, August 28, Barack Obama plans to accept his nomination at Invesco Field in Denver, rather than at the Pepsi Center.

It’s going to cost the convention committee a lot of money to make the move, but Invesco Field can handle more than 75,000 spectators and will make a much better picture.

Woot.

Maybe he will stop acting like such a wanker in the meantime?

Why is Mitch deleting praise of his military service on Facebook?

I mentioned earlier today that Mitch McConnell has a Facebook page up in which supporters can join and post messages on his “wall”. I noted some of the praise given to Mitch on the wall, including a woman thanking him for his military service during Vietnam.

What’s funny though, is that Mitch McConnell has deleted the post.

Why would Mitch McConnell’s people delete a post thanking him for his service to our country?

It certainly brings up some funny questions, doesn’t it? It would seem that service in the Army wouldn’t be something you’re ashamed of…

I’ll never forgive Connecticut

Never never never, will I forgive you, Connecticut. We could have rid ourselves of LIEberman forever, but noooo, you had to buy his snake oil. You’re late to the party, morons.


If you could vote again for U.S. Senate, would you vote for Ned Lamont, the Democrat, Alan Schlesinger, the Republican, or Joe Lieberman, an Independent?

Lamont- 51%

LIEberman- 36%

Schlessinger- 7%

Oh, and the media too, I haven’t forgotten you…