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Promise of a new presidency

This column appeared in the January 23, 2017 edition of the Louisville Courier-Journal. By: Scott Jennings Forget everything you’ve heard about a divided, polarized nation. Forget the policy differences between Republicans and Democrats. Forget the rancor of the political campaigns that produce our leaders. Remember one thing – we live in the greatest nation the world…

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Clinton and Lochte: Peas in a No Rules Pod

This column appeared in the August 31, 2016 edition of the Louisville Courier-Journal. By: Scott Jennings There are two kinds of people in the world – those who believe the rules apply to them, and those who don’t. Most of us follow the rules. We pay our taxes. We drive the speed limit and use turn…

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RunSwitch PR Named Best Place to Work in Louisville for Second Year in a Row!

RunSwitch PR has once again been named a best place to work in Greater Louisville. This is the second consecutive year the agency has been honored with this award by Louisville Business First. The award was based on employees’ responses to a survey conducted by the publication. A full list of this year’s rankings can…

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2016 Fancy Farm Preview

This column appeared in the July 28, 2016 edition of the Louisville Courier-Journal. Scott Jennings is emcee for this year’s Fancy Farm picnic. It’s that time of the year when the commonwealth’s politicos, journalists, and barbecue lovers prepare to trek down to the Jackson Purchase region of Western Kentucky for the annual Fancy Farm picnic, which takes…

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RunSwitch PR To Host Media Filing Center At Annual Fancy Farm Picnic

RunSwitch PR To Host Media Filing Center At Annual Fancy Farm Picnic New features: Snapchat filters and a Twitter message board for the public (Fancy Farm, KY)- RunSwitch PR, Kentucky’s largest public relations and public affairs firm, will host the official media filing center at the 2016 St. Jerome’s Fancy Farm Picnic.  This is the…

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Liberal Thought Police Descend on Area Man

This column appeared in the July 19, 2016 edition of the Louisville Courier-Journal. By: Scott Jennings Here lies Doug Cobb’s reputation. He had the audacity to express an opinion unpopular with the enlightened, liberal intelligentsia. I don’t know Doug Cobb, where he lives or even what he does for a living these days. All I know…

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Meet Our Team: Summer Interns Abby McDonogh and Chelsea Rosenberg

RunSwitch Public Relations is excited to welcome Abby McDonogh and Chelsea Rosenberg to our team for our summer internship program. Abby McDonogh graduated from the University of Kentucky in May 2016 where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Integrated Strategic Communication with an emphasis in Public Relations. Abby participated in the Public Relations Society…

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McConnell Memoir Review: Politicians are Human Beings, Too

This column appeared in the June 7, 2016 edition of the Louisville Courier-Journal.  By: Scott Jennings The Long Game By Mitch McConnell 278 pp. Sentinel. $28 Success in politics flows from four virtues: goal setting, planning, patience and teamwork, according to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s just-released memoir The Long Game, which details the perseverance required…

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The Find It Election

This column appeared in the May 20, 2016 edition of the Louisville Courier-Journal.  By: Scott Jennings A favorite game in the Jennings household is the Find It tube, a cylinder filled with beads and several random small objects. You don’t open it. You just look at it, endlessly turning it, displacing the beads, and checking items…

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Meeting of the Establishment

This column appeared in the April 26, 2016 edition of the Louisville Courier-Journal.  By: Scott Jennings [Scene: Undisclosed smoke-filled backroom] Ok, settle down everyone. You can discuss your portfolios and golf handicaps after we pick up our new suits at Brooks Brothers. I hereby call this meeting of The Republican Establishment to order. It seems we…

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