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Down But Never Out: McConnell Delivers on Tax Cuts

Down But Never Out: McConnell Delivers on Tax Cuts By: Scott Jennings In the wee hours of July 28, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell took to the Senate floor after a long and disappointing day. “I regret that our efforts were not enough,” McConnell said following the Senate’s failure to repeal and replace Obamacare. “It’s time…

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RunSwitch PR’s Kaylee Carnahan Named to PR News “Rising PR Stars 30 and Under”

RunSwitch PR’s Kaylee Carnahan Named to PR News “Rising PR Stars 30 and Under” RunSwitch Public Relations, Kentucky’s leading PR firm, is proud to announce Vice President Kaylee Carnahan has been named to the prestigious PR News “Rising PR Stars 30 & Under” list. PR News awards celebrate the success of top public relations and…

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Trump Must Intervene in Alabama Senate Race

Trump Must Intervene in Alabama Senate Race By: Scott Jennings Last week’s convergence of electoral results, polling, and unsettling allegations against a Republican Senate candidate should have conservatives worried about their party’s future. Nothing short of Democratic control of Congress and the success of Donald Trump’s presidency is at stake. In Alabama, an accused pedophile…

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Democrats’ George W. Bush nostalgia smacks of political opportunism

Democrats’ George W. Bush nostalgia smacks of political opportunism By: Scott Jennings   I had a good chuckle this week watching Democrats and left-leaning media types fawning over former President George W. Bush. Our 43rd commander-in-chief gave a serious speech about the state of American politics, rebuking a national “discourse degraded by casual cruelty.” He warned that…

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Flies in Trump’s Ointment

Flies in Trump’s Ointment By: Scott Jennings Grassroots Republicans have no idea how close the GOP is to another profoundly disappointing policy collapse in Washington: failing to enact tax reform. Once again, the Republican Party finds its ability to fulfill a longstanding campaign promise in the hands of three Senators: Rand Paul of Kentucky, John…

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Meet Alex Payton, RunSwitch’s Fall Intern

RunSwitch extends a big welcome to our fall intern, Alex Payton. Learn more about Alex below. Name: Alex Payton Hometown: Lawrenceburg, Kentucky College/Year/Major: University of Louisville, Class of 2017 graduate, Political Science and Communications What part of your internship are you most excited about? I’m most excited about meeting new people and networking in a field that…

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RunSwitch’s Executive Vice President Fugate Appointed to NANOE’s 2018 Board of Governors

Leslie Fugate appointed to NANOE’s 2018 Board of Governors The National Association of Nonprofit Organizations and Executives (NANOE) is pleased to announce the appointment of Leslie Fugate to NANOE’s prestigious 2018 Board of Governors. Fugate has been called upon to refine, improve, and strengthen New Guidelines for Tomorrow’s Nonprofit (Second Edition) a new set of governing guidelines that supercharge nonprofit capacity-building. To…

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Deal or No Deal in Washington

Deal or No Deal in Washington By: Scott Jennings It’s really amazing how far the political ball can bounce in a short period of time. On August 22, President Donald Trump forcefully declared to his supporters at a rally in Arizona: “If we have to close down our government, we’re building that wall!” His legions…

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RunSwitch PR Attracts Top-Level Talent From Louisville and Beyond

RunSwitch PR Attracts Top-Level Talent From Louisville and Beyond Five new members with diverse experience join rapidly growing public relations agency LOUISVILLE, Ky. – RunSwitch PR, the largest public relations and public affairs firm in Kentucky, has attracted talent from outside of Louisville and is expanding its team and capabilities with the hiring of five new…

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Lost Generations Threaten America

Lost Generations Threaten America By: Scott Jennings There’s something bugging me about the Charlottesville white supremacists: why weren’t these guys wearing masks? Thousands of people with views repugnant to most of us felt no compunction about marching through the Virginia countryside, spewing hatefulness and flashing Nazi salutes like the enraptured crowds you see on a…

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