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Career politician Mitch McConnell can’t defend his big government, big spending record so he depends on making up lies and slinging mud. To combat these lies, the Matt Bevin for Senate campaign has launched a new website at MudslingingMitch.com.
"We will take the fight to Mitch McConnell and hold him accountable for 30 years of failed leadership," Alison Lundergan Grimes
Join our Guest Matt Bevin, host Rober Jetter, Jr. and panelists Conservative Activis Cindy Todd, Founder of Overpasses for America James Neighbors, and author and Constitutional expert Kelly Mordecai, along with Bards Logic contributor Dan Gray editor of Operation American Spring and former columnist of the Washington Times. Join our Round Table Discussion.
Bards Logic interviews Mitch McConnell's Senate Primary Conservative Challenger Matt Bevin.
From his website: Matt Bevin grew up in a financially humble home, built on a bedrock of strong Christian values. He is running for the U.S. Senate because he believes that the chance for future generations to achieve their own American Dream is in danger of being destroyed by elite politicians out of touch with the hardworking, independent-minded taxpayers that make our country great.
He 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. He spent four years on active duty with primary responsibilities as the 5th Mechanized Infantry Division Artillery’s counterfire officer.
Matt is a firm believer in this country’s founding ideals: Individual liberty, limited government, and constitutional principles. He is a job creator who believes American taxpayers deserve more than the failed policies of recent decades – more than the repeated bailouts, tax increases, amnesty, automatic debt-limit increases, congressional pay raises, and backdoor special-interest deals.
Some of the topics we will discuss: Immigration, Healthcare, Life and Marriage, Energy, Education, Spending, and more. We will also compare Mr. Bevin and Mitch McConnell on the Debt Limit, Bailouts, Size of Government and Amnesty; along with cuttent topics of the day.
Bards Logic is the Grassroots, We the People Show.
MITCH GOUDY IS THE COUNTRY MUSIC NEWCOMER WHO IS MAKING HIS WAY INTO THE HEARTS OF MUSIC FANS OF ALL AGES. AS ONE OF THE COUNTRY MUSIC ASSOCIATION (CMA)’S ‘WHO NEW TO WATCH ARTISTS’ FOR 2014, HE IS BECOMING ONE OF COUNTRY’S HOTTEST NEW STARS ROCKING STAGES ACROSS THE NATION. EVERY TIME HE PICKS UP HIS GUITAR AND STARTS TO SING, YOU KNOW THIS GUY NOT ONLY HAS THE ROOTS FOR AUTHENTIC COUNTRY MUSIC, BUT THE HEART TO BACK IT UP.
THE BIGGEST RECOGNITION HE RECEIVED RECENTLY WAS BEING NAMED ONE OF CMA’S ‘WHO NEW TO WATCH 2014’ ARTISTS. SINCE THEN, MITCH HAS BEEN DETERMINED TO SET THE BAR EVEN HIGHER IN HIS CAREER. “THAT’S ALWAYS BEEN A GOAL OF MINE —TO MAKE EVERYTHING I DO BETTER THAN THE LAST. TO GET THIS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT IS BEYOND WORDS. I CANNOT BELIEVE I’M ON THE SAME LIST AS ARTISTS LIKE COLE SWINDELL AND CHASE RICE!” THIS YEAR IS ONLY GETTING BETTER FOR HIM AS HE GEARS UP FOR HIS FIRST EVER CMA MUSIC FESTIVAL. “I CANNOT WAIT! I GREW UP READING AND SEEING THE ARTISTS THAT TAKE PART IN THIS FESTIVAL AND NOW I’M GOING TO BE ONE OF THEM! I’M READY TO MEET EVERY COUNTRY FAN, SIGN AUTOGRAPHS IN MY OWN BOOTH AND JUST TAKE IT ALL IN.”
Today I'll be talking with Peter Waldron about the ongoing Staffergate scandal, including the consequences of Kent Sorenson pleading guilty and Mitch McConnell campaign manager Jessie Benton resigning.
Marty McConnell lives in Chicago, Illinois where she works as a fundraiser for a youth and family center.
She received her MFA from Sarah Lawrence College, and her work has recently appeared in Triquarterly, Gulf Coast, Indiana Review, Crab Orchard, and is forthcoming in Southern Humanities Review and Best American Poetry 2014. Her first full-length collection, “wine for a shotgun,” was published in 2012 by EM Press.
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Since 1978, Mitch has presented 3,500 seminars, workshops, webinars, teleconferences and clinics and has trained more than one million people on entrepreurship, business, sales, marketing, life skills, playing and winning the new game of business.
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Mitch McConnell Feeling Political Heat in Kentucky as Popularity Plummets Mitch McConnell may be in the fight for his life as he attempts to run for an unprecedented sixth term as senator from Kentucky. Although 60 percent of the Kentucky electorate voted for Mitt Romney, many voters now see McConnell as too willing to compromise with Democrats. Sensing vulnerability, Kentucky’s Democrats feel that this is their chance. For the past few months, the actress Ashley Judd has floated the possibility, receiving praise, criticism and a lot of attention, until announcing yesterday that she has decided not to run. Attention has switched to the young and photogenic Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes but the 34-year-old has yet to enter the race. We talk to Steve Voss, Political Science Professor, University of Kentucky Pulitzer Prize Winning New York Times Supreme Court Correspondent Anthony Lewis Dies at 85 Anthony Lewis was already a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist when he became the Supreme Court correspondent for the New York Times. Since then he largely changed the way the high court is covered, wrote best-selling books about key decisions and earned yet another Pulitzer Prize. Lewis is credited with breathing life into Court coverage by getting into the law behind it. Lewis eventually left the post and moved to London for a while but came back for a Times column in which he continued to write about the law among other things. During all of this, Lewis became known – as Nicholas Lehmenn, Columbia’s Journalism School Dean put it – one of the defining liberal voices. Vincent Blasi, Constitutional Law Professor and Columbia University Law School who co-taught courses with Lewis.
The Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) Board of Directors hosts U.S. Senate candidates Alison Lundergan Grimes (D) and Mitch McConnell (R) at a “Measure the Candidates” forum on Wednesday, August 20, in Louisville. The candidates an opportunity to share their views and solutions for current agricultural and rural issues.“Measure the Candidates” is a forum, not a debate, and open only to the KFB Board of Directors, selected staff and members of the press.
Tonight, the Hon. Elizabeth Letchworth gives us an insider's look at these topics:
Behind the release of Clinton Library papers
McConnell's plan - Accountable Govt., Responsible Spending
Twitter to be monitored under DARPA funded project - Feds creating database to track "Hate Speech" on Twitter.
OBAMA PUSHES FOR UN 'CLIMATE' RULES WITHOUT CONGRESS... White House defends move around 'dysfunction'...
Rubio and Amnesty
Primary Election Results, Mitch McConnell's game plan to confront President Barack Obama with a stark choice next year: Accept bills reining in the administration’s policies or veto them and risk a government shutdown.
Tonight - how the gubernatorial races will impact Washington.
Elizabeth Letchworth with the inside track!
We have a lot of ground to cover on the latest episode.
We offer up our thoughts on the life and career of the late Robin Williams and how he affected our lives.
We switch gears and talk some sports with the NFL, MLB, and MMA all offering up plenty of discussion.
Should Mitch's favorite racer, Tony Stewart, be charged with a crime in last weekends horrible tragedy?
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