THURSDAY, MAY 31, 2017
It’s Almost Confederate Memorial Day, Everybody!
Bluegrass Bureau Chief Ken CamBoo says he’s sure the local news media will not be covering the big Confederate Memorial Day Parade in Northern Kentucky on Sunday. Hurley the Historian says Confederate Memorial Day is officially celebrated in Kentucky on June 3, because Confederate President Jefferson Davis was born on that date in 1808 in Fairview, Kentucky. For those of you who don’t know where Fairview is, it’s near Hopkinsville, wherever in the hell that is.
Maybe that’s why our Quote for Today Committee chose Jefferson Davis’ “I worked night and day for twelve years to prevent the war, but I could not. The North was mad and blind, would not let us govern ourselves, and so the war came.”
The Camboozler remembers last year when Reuters reported Brandenburg, Kentucky gave a big Confederate Memorial Day welcome to a monument to the Confederate soldiers of the American Civil War, rededicating the controversial structure after the University of Louisville caved in to Black Lies Matter Extortionists and removed it as a so-called “unwelcome symbol of slavery.”
ALSO IN NORTHERN KENTUCKY:
Whistleblower Readers have always known Northern Kentucky’s been way ahead of Cincinnati. You’ll no doubt recall 27 Years Ago This Week (when The Whistleblower used to be printed and delivered all over town). Edition #53, featured J.R. Hatfield’s story when our Legendary Bureau Chief’s reported about the Covington Business Council’s demonstration of a bus dressed up to look like a streetcar, complete with an over-the-hill Dixieland band hanging on for dear life on the rear deck. The business group was trying to drum up support for a trolley shuttle between Covington and downtown. If only they had a willing City Council then to tear up all the streets and put rails back in, the Covington trolley could still be running today.
WHISTLEBLOWER SUMMER INTERN PROGRAM: Today is the final day to email applications for the summer term which runs June 1 through August 21. Applicants must either be tri-state residents attending an accredited college or university in or outside of Ohio or Kentucky. Applicants must also have completed a full academic year by the end of the internship. Participants are expected to commit to a minimum of 20 hours per week of program-related work over the internship.
Applicants also have to submit a 1,000-word-or-less essay on “Why it’s OK to Make Fun of Politicians.”
Applications could also be submitted for the fall term: August 25– November 14, 2015
Now here’s a video showing you why we chose college students, instead of a woman going back to work after thirty years. Watch carefully, the video is only five seconds long, but, you’ll get it. If you’re younger than 40 years old, you probably won’t understand it.
FINALLY, AT YESTERDAY’S MEETING OF THE CONSERVATIVE AGENDA, Political Insiders were asking Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane to repeat that war story he plans to tell all those other geezers at the big Confederate Memorial Day Lunch in Florence Y’all on Sunday. Kane plans to recount how he and two buddies survived that Infamous “Three Against A Thousand Raid:
What a battle, what fantastic odds, they never should have attempted it in the first place; it was “Three against a 1,000.” First they opened up with artillery fire— it was three against 1,000. Then they came with an infantry assault— it was three against 1,000. It was some of the bloodiest hand-to-hand combat in history.
Kane also told about his plans to attend this month’s Trustees’ meeting in Anderson to ask that an appropriate portion of a road in Anderson Township be designated as a memorial highway, to honor PFC Petkovsky, one of the other heroes of that “Three Against A Thousand Raid.”
We never print all the bad stuff we know and certain people ought to be damn glad we don’t, especially PFC Petkovsky.
PLAGIARISM COUNT: Unattributed material was pilfered from only one websites for the production of today’s Blower. (This time we only plagiarized ourselves!)
This is the Official “Confederate Memorial Day in Kentucky” E-dition. Any other Confederate Memorial Day in Kentucky edition you might see is surely a fake!
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