Matt Bevin Raises His Kids in the 19th Century So He Can Feel Like a Man – Fatherly

The state of Kentucky is noted for its strong sense of tradition. Ladies still wear elaborate hats at the Kentucky Derby and the bourbon is still distilled in compliance with the Bottled-in-Bond Act of 1897. Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin gets that. He’s a traditionalist himself. That’s why, in January, Bevin suggested that kids should be left outside in below freezing temperatures to keep from getting soft. It is presumably also why he decided to take his kids to a chicken pox party instead of having them vaccinated like a responsible, modern adult. Matt Bevin understands that tradition means scoring cheap ...

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