Campus Announcement -- April 13, 2015

Campus Announcement -- April 13, 2015

Campbellsville University and the Kentucky Heartland Institute on Public Policy will host Mr. John David Dyche, commentator for WDRB in Louisville tomorrow, Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. ET in the Banquet Hall of the Badgett Academic Support Center.  Topics will include analysis on governors races, Paul's presidential run, etc. Please make every effort to attend, encourage your students to attend and participate.   CONVOCATION CREDIT WILL BE GIVEN
 
 
Kentucky Heartland Institute on Public Policy Forum           
Tuesday, April 14, 2015 – 5:00 P.M. in the Banquet Hall of the Badgett Academic Support Center
Topic: “The Kentucky Political Scene: Analysis and Predictions”
 Featured Speaker: Mr. John David Dyche, is a native of London, Ky. He graduated with distinction from Centre College in Danville, Kentucky, in 1982 and was named the outstanding student of government in his class. After a stint with the state Administrative Office of Courts, he graduated from Harvard Law School in 1988, where he was a winner of the Williston contract negotiation and drafting competition and was elected Marshal of his class.  John David is married, the father of three and lives in Louisville, where he practices law in the Louisville firm Fultz Maddox Dickens PLC.  He wrote a political column for The Courier-Journal for 10 years and has done political commentary for Kentucky Educational Television.  He is now a political commentator for WDRB in Louisville.  His columns appear on WDRB.com on Tuesdays and Fridays and are carried in newspapers in Bowling Green, Danville, Glasgow, Hopkinsville, and Paducah as well as in The Kentucky Gazette and The Lane Report. His articles on Kentucky politics have appeared in The Weekly Standard, and he has appeared as a guest on The Sean Hannity Show, Fox and Friends, and C-SPAN’s Washington Journal.  John David’s book, Republican Leader:  A Political Biography of Senator Mitch McConnell was published by ISI Books in 2009.  Fred Barnes called the book “enormously engaging, insightful, and fun to read,” while George Will said it is “respectful without being reverent” and “takes the measure of this remarkable man.”
 
The forum is free and open to the public.