News from California that the state will suspend welfare checks in two weeks will provide ample video for tv news of the coming riots.
Less visible, perhaps, will be the worried welfare recipients in other states across the nation moving to where the money flow may be a little more secure. As that image settles in, think of the shocking fiscal woes in Illinois and the fact that Kentucky is relatively better off.
A one-way ticket on Greyhound from Chicago to Louisville is only $57. Kentucky should seriously consider limiting public assistance to new arrivals from other states rather than merely hoping no one else is thinking about this.