Life, Liberty, and the exact same pension anyone has ever had!
If you are not currently employed in a particular job, how could you possibly be entitled to a pension that is a current benefit to that job? Someone has to ask Jack Conway if we are each born with an inherent right to a certain pension structure, conditional only on our willingness to take the job attached to it.
Other things that are hard to believe:
-- The Kentucky Racing Authority wants a 33% bigger budget to hire more people. Think the Governor has any names in mind?
-- Covington maxed out its allowable property tax increase in order to not spend it all...
-- ...while over in Florence, they are afraid of cheap gas. The most incredible part is this exchange about the dangers of new information:
"We were very sensitive to make sure we weren't exposed to any new information to cloud our decision," Aubuchon said.
Looking at new information would "tread upon the due process rights of the general public," said city attorney Hugh Skees.
The link is from last week, but the new news today is that the Council agreed.
-- A 300 year-old oak tree is threatened in Lexington. The interesting part is the only reason it's threatened is some state regulations that say a certain road is necessary and that the road has to be built exactly through a hill the tree stands on.