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Rand Paul Will Not Accept Money from TARP Senators

Updated: 09/02/2009 - Dr. Rand Paul’s U.S. Senate campaign said today that he will not accept donations from any senators that voted for the TARP bailouts. He called on his opponents to take the same pledge. Here is news release:

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What Would You Like to Ask Congressman Hal Rogers?

Updated: 08/30/2009 - 5th District Congressman Harold “Hal” Rogers is our guest for a special Labor Day edition of Issues & Answers: The Mountain Edition. Let me know what you would like to ask the Congressman.

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Weekly Address: GOP Negotiator Blast Democrats Healthcare Plan

Updated: 08/29/2009 - Chances of a bipartisan compromise on healthcare reform are flatlining. A leading Republican negotiator is charging the Democratic healthcare legislation will drive up the deficit and discriminate against the elderly.

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Viewer’s Blog Choices

Updated: 08/26/2009 - Earlier this week I asked what blogs you follow. Here is your list of recommendations:

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What Blogs Do You Follow – Send Me Your Suggestions

Updated: 08/24/2009 - I start each day surfing the websites of numerous news organizations, magazines and blogs. It is a routine that I repeat throughout the day. Here are a few blogs that I check. What sites do you recommend?

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Bearing False Witness on Health Care

Updated: 08/24/2009 - Last week President Obama told a group of religious leaders that opponents of his health care overhaul are "bearing false witness." But the President of the Family Research Council says the Mr. Obama is misleading the American public when it comes to government funded abortions.

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Kentucky Gears Up for New Car Trade-In Allowance

Updated: 08/22/2009 - Don’t worry; if you missed out on "Cash for Clunkers", Kentucky has an incentive program that includes a major tax credit for people trading in an old car for a new one. That law goes into effect September 1st. But, is it good deal for consumers over the long haul?

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The Tweeting Education Commissioner

Updated: 08/19/2009 - Kentucky’s new Education Commissioner is a fan of social media. Terry Holliday will share his thoughts, insight and concerns on Twitter and a personal blog called “Doc H’s Blog”.

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OP-ED: Rogers on Fighting the Epidemic of Drug Abuse

Updated: 08/18/2009 - Congressman Rogers sent this out earlier this week: Whether I’m home in Kentucky or working in Washington, it is impossible to escape the realities of drug abuse and addiction. Southern and Eastern Kentucky knows all too well about the horrors of drug abuse that has hit our region hard. In Washington, I’m constantly being updated on the Mexican drug cartels that are infecting our country and feeding this epidemic.

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White House May Drop Public Health Option

Posted: 08/16/2009 - Bowing to Republican pressure and an uneasy public, President Barack Obama's administration signaled Sunday it is ready to abandon the idea of giving Americans the option of government-run insurance as part of a new health care system.

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What Would You Like to Ask Gatewood Galbraith and Dea Riley?

Posted: 08/14/2009 - Gatewood Galbraith and his running mate Dea Riley are my guests Monday night on Issues and Answers. What would you like to ask the Galbraith/Riley ticket? I’ll use some of your questions when we sit down to talk about the 2011 Govenor's race.

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Tennessee Cashes in on Kentucky Taxpayers

Posted: 08/13/2009 - Last weekend hundreds of Kentuckians crossed the state border to shop in Tennessee. It’s an annual trek for many during the second weekend of August. That’s when the volunteer state holds its “Tax Free Weekend” for back-to-school supplies. Kentuckians cash in and Tennessee retailers reap the rewards. At least one Kentucky lawmaker wants to keep those dollars in the Bluegrass

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Governor Steve Beshear Talks About Diversity

Updated: 08/12/2009 - Governor Steve Beshear has a weekly commentary entitled 'About Kentucky'. This week the Governor talks about "Diversity". You can watch the commentary here.

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Storm Looms on Political Horizon in Laurel County

Updated: 08/07/2009 - Retired Major General Donald Storm is considering a run next year for Laurel County Judge Executive. Storm tells Mountain News he plans to make a decision within the next three to four weeks.

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Rand Paul Jumps Into Ketucky Senate Race

Posted: 08/05/2009 - Rand Paul ended months of speculation Wednesday by saying he will run for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated next year by fellow Republican Jim Bunning.

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