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Two-fer Tuesday: political ping pong

Governor Matt Bevin and U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth were together for the Lincoln Bridge dedication in December 2015. The two men are not friendly with each other.

My radio show today featured back-to-back interviews with political opposites Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin and U.S. Representative John Yarmuth (Ky-3).

Here’s the governor talking about potential expansion of Toyota’s manufacturing presence, his victory in the PVA assessment of his home, misdirected media, pension pressure, and tax changes to retain wealth. As for the possibility of facing Attorney General Andy Beshear in the 2019 gubernatorial race: “To me that would be fantastic. He is not even competent as an attorney general.”


Hello, I’d like to report a carjacking. This is Jack speaking! (2013)

Congressman Yarmuth talked about North Korea’s nuclear threats toward the U.S., President Trump’s reply that America would bring “fire and fury never before seen in the world,” congressional health care camaraderie, and whether VP Mike Pence is sincere in claiming that he is not considering a 2020 run for the presidency.


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