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  • 00:44

    Arkansas Gubernatorial Debate

    in Politics

    Arkansas gubernatorial debate between Democrat Mike Ross and Republican Asa Hutchinson. A picked out a few moments that stood out.


    1. Both candidates want a more educated workforce.  Each candidate hit on the need to make sure companies will have the talent pool they need if they come to Arkansas.  While they have some differences in terms of how to create that workforce, both stressed the importance of creating an attractive group of candidates to lure and keep business.


    2. Each candidate feels the other's tax plan isn't financially feasible.  Hutchinson has a plan to give $100 million worth of immediate tax relief to 45-percent of Arkansans.  Ross doesn't think the money is there.  Ross wants to give $565 million worth of tax cuts over time.  Hutchinson says that won't be possible.


    3.Would the Real Asa Hutchinson Please Stand Up?  Ross painted a picture of two different Asa Hutchinsons.  Ross pinpointed issues where he feels Hutchinson has changed his tune and said it's unclear which Asa Hutchinson we'd get as governor. KARK News

  • 00:32

    The Louisiana Gubernatorial Runoff

    in Politics

    From the primary election to the runoff, early voting has increased 47 percent among black voters and 30 percent among white voters. Early voting has also jumped in a number of the larger urban areas -- Caddo/Shreveport (109 percent increase), Orleans (98 percent increase) and East Baton Rouge (88 percent) -- according to Couvillon. That would appear to be good news for state Rep. John Bel Edwards, the Democratic candidate for governor, rather than U.S. Sen. David Vitter, the Republican. Edwards has also been ahead in recent runoff polls. But experts and political operatives warned against drawing too many conclusions from preliminary early voting turnout. The runoff election is a different story. It's expected to be a close election, and Democrats have efforts underway to get people to participate in early voting. The Democratic Party says it has people in every parish working on early voting efforts. After the primary election, the Edwards campaign even said it expected voter turnout to be higher overall in the runoff.NOLA.com


    Charlie Cook says;"this is a make or brake election for the Democratic party in Louisiana'".


    Show Notes:


    MarblePortLLC/The Hayride Louisiana Statewide Survey October20-­-21,2015 http://files.ctctcdn.com/677a5ddd401/0a9c534f-958d-43c9-bd21-0787b0d72360.pdf


    UNO Survey Research Center http://www.uno.edu/cola/political-science/documents/2015LouisianaGubernatorialRunoffSurvey.pdf
     

  • 02:58

    Kim Davis' Plight, Gay Marriage and Gubernatorial & Presidential Politics

    in Politics Conservative

    Kim Davis is released from jail for not signing marriage licenses for gay couples. At the Rally, Mike Huckabee, Ted Cruz, and Kentucky Gubernatorial candidate Matt Bevin were there to show support. Other GOP 2016 Presidential Primary candidates chimed in on the issue. Bards Logic has some of those comments as we see who appears to fight for Religious Rights and who see it as a side issue. One question to ask: Where was the GOP Presidential Candidate from Kentucky Rand Paul?


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    Join our host Robert Jetter, Jr., with panelists Activist Cindy Todd, and Constitutional Scholar and author Kelly Mordecai.


    Please Remember to Share this Link, Follow us on BlogTalkRadio, and Like our Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/BardsLogicPoliticalTalk


    Bards Logic is the Grassroots, We the People Show.

  • 02:59

    Interview with Conservative Gubernatorial Candidate Matt Bevin

    in Politics Conservative

    Join our guest Gubernatorial candidate Matt Bevin panelists Activist Cindy Todd, Constitutional scholar Kelly Mordecai, and Dan Gray former columnist of the Washington Times. Call in and stay on the show. Remember to Share the Link !


    Bards Logic welcomes Conservative Gubernatorial Candidate Matt Bevin.


    Matt braved a run against GOP Senate Mjority Leader Mitch McConnell as the Conservative GOP option in the primary. Not to be deterred in his desire to serve the people, Matt is running for Governor.


    Matt's plan includes what all our states in America need:


    1 ENACTING PRO-BUSINESS “RIGHT TO WORK” LEGISLATION


    2 MODERNIZING TAX CODE


    3 RESOLVING PENSION CRISIS


    4 REFORMING GOVERNMENT


    5 MODERNIZING EDUCATION SYSTEM


    6 IMPROVING  HEALTHCARE


    7 FIGHTING FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OVERREACH


    Matt is also fight against Kynect, his state's version of Obamacare.


    Matt is the only candidate in the race who is calling to get rid of Kynect.  Like other states the citizens can't afford it, yet the other candidates seem to think the people ought to keep it because it is already there.


    About our guest: Matt attended Washington and Lee University in Virginia with a four-year ROTC scholarship. Upon graduation in 1989, Matt was commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Army, ultimately rising to the rank of Captain spending four years on active duty. After his military service, Matt worked for many years in the financial industry. Matt founded several local firms and invested in a number of other companies. These companies range from manufacturing to investment management to medical devices. They employ dozens of people and annually provide millions of dollars in payroll and benefits to hard working Americans.


    Bards Logic is the Grassroots, We the People Show.


     


     



     

  • 02:59

    Conservative Grassroots Prevail: Matt Bevin's Gubernatorial GOP Primary Victory

    in Politics Conservative

    Your vote can be Very Important. Matt Bevin beats establishment opponient by 83 votes. Listen to our interview with Tea Party Grassroots candidate Matt Bevin.


    Join our guest Gubernatorial candidate Matt Bevin panelists Activist Cindy Todd, Constitutional scholar Kelly Mordecai, and Dan Gray former columnist of the Washington Times. Remember to Share the Link !


    Matt braved a run against GOP Senate Mjority Leader Mitch McConnell as the Conservative GOP option in the primary. Not to be deterred in his desire to serve the people, Matt is running for Governor.


    Matt's plan includes what all our states in America need:


    1 ENACTING PRO-BUSINESS “RIGHT TO WORK” LEGISLATION


    2 MODERNIZING TAX CODE


    3 RESOLVING PENSION CRISIS


    4 REFORMING GOVERNMENT


    5 MODERNIZING EDUCATION SYSTEM


    6 IMPROVING  HEALTHCARE


    7 FIGHTING FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OVERREACH


    Matt is also fight against Kynect, his state's version of Obamacare.


    Matt is the only candidate in the race who is calling to get rid of Kynect.  Like other states the citizens can't afford it, yet the other candidates seem to think the people ought to keep it because it is already there.


    About our guest: Matt attended Washington and Lee University in Virginia with a four-year ROTC scholarship. Upon graduation in 1989, Matt was commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Army, ultimately rising to the rank of Captain spending four years on active duty. After his military service, Matt worked for many years in the financial industry. Matt founded several local firms and invested in a number of other companies. These companies range from manufacturing to investment management to medical devices. They employ dozens of people and annually provide millions of dollars in payroll and benefits to hard working Americans.


    Bards Logic is the Grassroots, We the People Show

  • 00:58

    New York Gubernatorial Debate Recap

    in Politics

    Following the Gubernatorial debate we will be providing a recap. We will discuss what the NY Modern Whig Party agrees with and disagrees with. Also, we will discuss approval voting and why that particular voting system would be good for NY.

  • 02:30

    Eyes Wide Open: DemBlogTalk

    in Politics

    "Holiday Showdown with Your Fox 'News' Watching Relatives: Counter-Talking Points to Help You Smack Down the Misinformed, Ugly, Fox Rhetoric at The Family Gathering!" 
    Once again right wing media misinformation is stoking the flames of fear!  The anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim, and anti-refugee rhetoric has been ramping up along with the usual unabashed racism we have been seeing more openly espoused on many media outlets on the right and on hate-radio toward Non-Anglo and Non-Christian Americans.  Now we have seen peaceful anti-racism activists be abused and assaulted at Trumr rallies, including a young man, and #BlackLivesMatter activist, this week.  We have also seen a slew of governors, a vote in US Congress, and almost all of the GOP presidential candidates boldly express their rejection of the idea of opening our door to desperate refugees from Syria who have fled the brutality of ISIS.  This can mean only one thing for your family gathering this Thanksgiving!  That's right, your Fox 'news' watching relatives will be fully loaded with bogus talking points and hateful rhetoric, and they will have their GPS programed to zero in on your logical, fact based, critically thinking brain waves and the beating of your 'love thy brother' liberal heart!  Prepare for the showdown and arm yourself with the facts to smack down the predictable Thanksgiving dinner talking points,  with Eyes Wide Open: DemBlogTalk!   Our guest will be Sarah Slamen.  Sarah is a 3rd generation Syrian-American and a real activist for the Texas and the National Democratic Parties.  She has been in Louisiana campaigning for John Bell Edwards who won his gubernatorial bid to beat scandal ridden US Senator Vitter and become the new Governor-elect of the state!
    We will also have our weekly #FeelThe Burn Report, LIVE from the Sanders campaign! 

  • 01:29

    The ANDREA SHEA KING SHOW - AZ Gubernatorial candidate Frank Riggs

    in Politics Conservative

    Arizona has its share of headline-making issues: it is among the border states grappling with the onslaught of illegal aliens streaming across the border, compliments of Obama and his regime.  It's a HUGE problem -- one that the next Governor will have to address.


    Tonight we're talking with Frank Riggs, Arizona conservative gubernatorial candidate, about how he would handle these situations:


    Phoenix VA Medical Center Scandal / US MILITARY


    The BORDER SITUATION: What would Riggs do to address the illegals coming across Arizona's border? Would he call out Arizona's state national guard? How far would he go to protect Arizona's borders?


    COMMON CORE:  Riggs promises to withdraw AZ from this socialist education system.  How?


    LAND MGT./STATE SOVEREIGNTY 


    MEDICAID EXPANSION - Riggs says he'll repeal it.


    Sheriff Joe Arpaio's COLD CASE POSSE - Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio assembled a group of retired investigators -- called the "Cold Case Posse" to research and investigate the background and conditional eligibility of Barack Obama.  Does Riggs support this effort?  

  • 00:44

    Charlie Cook's World

    in Politics

    "Just a week ago, before the off-year elections, Democratic strategists were feeling bullish about their prospects in the South. In Louisiana, a Democrat had surpassed the state’s senior senator on October 24 in the first round of voting for the next governor. In Kentucky’s gubernatorial race, opinion polls showed Jack Conway, the state’s Democratic attorney general, holding a small but consistent lead over tea-party Republican Matt Bevin. Democrats had high hopes they could take advantage on November 3 of the divisions Bevin has caused among Republicans.But that wasn’t how things played out.Had the Democrats won in Kentucky and prevailed in Louisiana, my guess is we’d be hearing a lot of talk about a Democratic comeback, but it would merely have meant that Democrats in the South had returned to pre-Obama levels of toxicity. As it happens, it looks like Obama remains toxic in Kentucky and possibly—we’ll find out—in Louisiana, too. If Vitter wins, as a scandal-plagued Republican, we can declare Louisiana’s Democratic Party dead and gone. Suffice it to say, Democrats have a very long road back in the South, and it’s unclear when—or whether—they will take the first step."Charlie Cook

  • 01:29

    The ANDREA SHEA KING SHOW - Elizabeth (Letchworth) Chryst

    in Politics Conservative

    “The left is in a state of shock today”… Rush


    Lots to talk about tonight with our Capitol Hill Insider Elizabeth (Letchworth) Chryst, including:


    Kentucky Gubernatorial win for Bevin and the Republican party - also elected, Lt. Gov Is Black 'Tea Party' Activist.


    Houston residents vote down LGBT equal rights measure...


    Pot legalization loses in Ohio...


    Gun control flop in Virginia...


    San Fran 'sanctuary sheriff' ousted...


    Negotiations begin on the federal appropriations process. Speaker Paul Ryan is not ruling out riders to appropriation bill — Planned Parenthood will be a big one


    The Senate has been doing clean water regulation — a HUGE overreach with the EPA — in most states its in the 90 percentile of what the Feds can control!  The EPA ruling was disapproved by both chambers but will be vetoed by Obama.


    The first test of the new House speaker will happen in the next couple of weeks — a one month extension of Highway bill expires Nov 30.  We'll take a look at Paul Ryan and who he's bringing on to staff his new position. 


    And... the Keystone Pipeline… Canadian company wants US to stop reviewing it until after Obama’s gone.

  • 00:34

    Liberty Unbridled with Ken Moellman

    in Politics

    Tonight: A short-show about the murderer in Oregon and an update on Kentucky politics.  And your calls!


    Join the conversation by dialing 858-683-1326.  Be sure to press the 1 key on your phone, when prompted, if you want to speak (some people just dial in and listen).


    Ken Moellman gives the run-down on the state of Liberty in Kentucky.  Tune in weekly as Ken Moellman addresses major issues, in Kentucky and the nation, and promotes solutions based in liberty.  Ken Moellman is a political activist who has been a spokesperson, campaign manager, candidate, and party leader. He is now the owner of the polling firm Northern Kentucky Opinions.