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Bill Straub: Mitch is in for another term and setting a record, but ‘lovable’ as a warm puppy he really isn’t

As if running up the score on an overfunded and overrated Democratic opponent wasn’t sufficient, supporters of Senate Majority Leader Mitch “Root-‘n-Branch” McConnell now apparently want you to believe the lawmaker who revels in being called the Grim Reaper is really as lovable as a warm puppy. Scott Jennings, a top-notch GOP operator, recently penned an op-ed for The Courier Journal of...

Dawson Springs native Jennings named Resident Fellow at Harvard University’s Kennedy School

Dawson Springs native Scott Jennings, a conservative columnist and CNN Political Commentator, has been appointed a Resident Fellow for the Spring semester at The Institute of Politics at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. Scott Jennings A native of Dawson Springs, Jennings graduated from the University of Louisville’s McConnell Center for Political Leadership in 2000 and has been part...

Kentucky Nonprofit Leadership Forum will attract over 200 state leaders to Lexington

More than 200 nonprofit leaders from across Kentucky will gather in Lexington Nov. 2-3 for the Kentucky Nonprofit Leadership Forum. Presented by Kentucky Nonprofit Network, the state’s association of nonprofit organizations, the Forum is the only statewide event that brings leaders from the nonprofit sector together to discuss management best practices and network with their peers. It begins...

Panel to discuss what’s at stake for nonprofit organizations in upcoming elections

Nonprofit organizations once again have a lot at stake in the upcoming local, state and federal elections. Elected leaders, after all, are the ones who craft laws and shape public policies that not only affect nonprofits and giving, but more importantly the people nonprofits serve. This year, however, there may be even more on the line – in Kentucky and beyond, says Danielle Clore, executive...