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Welcome to Boat502! We are your home port for news and information about boating on the Ohio River in and around Louisville, Kentucky. We’re here to help local boaters connect with all the area has to offer to make your days on the water even more enjoyable. We’re also embarking on a mission to improve the perception of our beautiful local waterway with the goal of making Louisville a premier boating destination.
 
Welcome to Flyover Country with Scott Jennings. If you‘ve followed my commentary on tv or newspapers, you know I‘m a conservative — but sometimes I like to zig when everyone else is going to zag. You‘re going to hear podcast versions of my columns. You‘re going to hear me talk at length about some of the stuff we do on TV. You‘re also going to hear me talk to guests and other panels to have insightful conversations about the news. Most of the time though, you‘re just going to hear me giving ...
 
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Democrats across the country spent most of this week walking back strange and controversial comments. President Biden declared the pandemic over, and was walked back. His comments on China and Taiwan were immediately revised. Election denier Stacey Abrams tried to walk back her claims of well...election denying, all while pushing a conspiracy theor…
 
With the crisis at the Southern border surging, GOP Governors are desperate to get President Biden's attention for assistance. Their latest tactic? Sending many immigrants seeking asylum to Northeast cities. But, will the "stunt" work to solve the problem? On today's podcast we dive into the immigration story, electric vehicles, John Fetter-woman's…
 
Last week, President Biden stood with Marines and crimson red lighting behind him to deliver a powerful address on democracy in America. But does his own party believe what he said? While lamenting "fascists" and "ultra-MAGA", Democrats spend millions to prop up those same "radical" candidates. While worrying about institutions, Biden rules by exec…
 
For much of the last year, political analysts have projected the House of Representatives is likely to flip to the GOP. Polling, along with the history of nearly every midterm ever, says that has a pretty good chance of happening. The more interesting question will be, "Who controls the Senate?" On this week's Flyover Country podcast, Scott Jenning…
 
Earlier this week, President Biden announced a plan to forgive $10K in student loan debt from many of the country's borrowers. The irrational, immoral and potentially illegal plan has Republicans and Democrats scratching their heads. It does nothing to address costs, helps no future borrowers and has voters concerned it will worsen inflation. On to…
 
On Tuesday night, Liz Cheney - perhaps the most outspoke critic of Donald Trump from his own party - lost her primary election. But the lose turned out to not be the news of the night. Most expected her to lose and because of this her post-lose speech is what really made headlines. Will she run for President? What does her lose mean for the GOP? On…
 
The FBI raided Mar-a-Lago and that might be good news for Donald Trump. In an event that may end up being a major part of the 2024 Presidential election, FBI agents searched Trump's home this week - leaving the America people with plenty of questions, and new political life for Donald Trump. Perhaps the search ends in indictment, but if not? Major …
 
The Flyover Country team ventured out to West Kentucky this weekend to take in the historical Fancy Farm Picnic and recording LIVE from the event! As the speeches wrapped up we reacted to the best, and worst, of what the Fancy Farm lineup had to offer. Did anyone get a leg up in the Governor's race? Did Andy Beshear make a mistake in skipping? Kell…
 
There is perhaps no event that symbolizes the best of Flyover Country quite like the Fancy Farm Picnic. A 100+ year old tradition in West Kentucky, the food, speeches and one-liners of Fancy Farm are all special. On today's podcast, Steven Elder, the Political Chairman of Fancy Farm, joins us to talk about the history of the picnic and preview some…
 
Facing an inability to pass nearly any major parts of his agenda, Biden has taken on a new approach: emergency decelerations. On the heels of throwing around the idea of making abortion access an emergency - the President is now contemplating doing the same for climate change. The reliance on emergency powers and executive orders spells danger for …
 
The Boat502 crew is joined by William Glass of MustGoBoating and special guests Rob Propheter and Mike Swicegood, founding members of Boat Owners United Louisville Chapter (BOU Louisville), for a fun discussion about their new channel, boating life and enjoying the Ohio River. Listen now!By Bluegrass Media Lab
 
Every new poll, every week, the Biden presidency falls farther and farther down. Historic lows among nearly every voter group - including his own party - have many wondering 'Is he up to the task for another term?' As some potential '24 Democrat candidate launch pseudo-campaigns (looking at you Gavin Newsom) Biden has to feel the pressure. Can he s…
 
As stories of violence and abortion dominate the headlines, and as Democrats try to make those two issues midterm issues, it is clear one thing is on the minds of American voters: the economy. On today's Flyover Country roundtable podcast the team talks through new polling on the top issues for voters, as well as polling on Roe v Wade. Biden's poll…
 
Perhaps no one person has had more influence on the conservative legal movement of the last few decades than Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. The man has learned from, taught and tutored some of the most influential lawyers and judges all across the country. It is because of all this, Mark Paoletta decided he must tell the Justice's story to …
 
What would it have sounded like if Richard Nixon refused to resign? What speech would JFK have given in Dallas if he was not assassinated? A 2016 victory speech from Hillary Clinton? Many of these speeches would have meant a different world, with much different outcomes. On today's podcast, Jeff Nussbaum, author of "Undelivered: The Never-Heard Spe…
 
As more primaries finish up around the country, the picture of what November's elections might look like are being clearer and clearer. Republicans looked poised to win the House - and may have found a new voter bloc in Hispanic voters. With gas prices and inflation up and the stock market down - it begs the question "What will Democrats run on?" G…
 
Recently, it feels as those left wing mob rule is the preferred method of the Democratic Party for getting things done. No rules, no democracy, no process, just action by mob rule. On the Supreme Court, they have decided it is illegitimate and must be literally burned down to saved our country. This radical "mobocratic rule" showed its ugly face th…
 
Memorial Day weekend has come and gone, and it is officially boating season here in Louisville! On today's podcast, the Boat 502 crew talks about some of the best upcoming boating events on the Ohio and debuts the new "Sailing Wednesday with Boat 502." Interested in watching sail boat races every week? Learn all the details about the team's newest …
 
More inflation, more supply chain issues, record breaking gas prices, and now a nation wide baby formula shortage. Is the Biden Administration handling anything well? Slow to react and limited in their response to everything it seems, Democrats and Biden see their poll numbers in the tank. With primaries near, Republicans have a real good shot to t…
 
They are back! Day 2 of Scott and Joe taking over the Mark Reardon show on 97.1 FM TALK. Today, they bring on guests to discuss the national crime wave, the leaked draft overturning Roe v. Wade and the awful impacts of school closures on our students. Guest include James Gagliano, Mark Paoletta and Caroline Downey! Join us now for Day 2 of Scott an…
 
The Flyover Country Podcast's very own Scott Jennings and Joe Arnold took over the radio airwaves of Mark Reardon this week on 97.1 FM TALK in St.Louis. On Day 1 they brought on a wide range of guests from Senator Rand Paul to Josh Krashuaar of National Journal. Hear the Flyover Country team dive into all the big stories of the week! Find their ful…
 
The Supreme Court was perhaps the last institution in America that was leak proof. And yet, this week, on the heels of what was sure to be a massive decision regarding Roe v. Wade - a draft of Justice Alito's opinion was leaked. The left has seemingly chosen to ignore any danger in leaking this draft, and continues its attack on the Court and its l…
 
Big week of news! Moving more towards his progressive colleagues, President Biden now seems primed to take action on "cancelling" some student loan debt. Terrible idea or just bad idea? The team goes back and forth on the idea of cancellation, and why folks in Flyover Country will hate it. All of this happens as Elon Musk takes over Twitter and we …
 
Rejoice! No more masks on planes...for now? On this week's Flyover Country roundtable podcast - the team discusses the news of a Federal Judge throwing out the mask mandates on planes and public transit, and the Biden admin's reaction. Scott says the Left is losing it as they double down on masks, wokeness and craziness. We've got people singing on…
 
Last week, our host Scott Jennings sat down with Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell for an hour long deep dive conversation on all the major issues Americans are facing. The sit-down has made some news, created some headlines, and now brings Scott on Julie Mason's show to discuss. Hear some of Scott's thoughts on his hour long conversation wi…
 
The Louisville based radio station WHAS is celebrating its 100th year of broadcasting by bringing in some of their old voices to talk about their time at WHAS, and what they have done since. Scott Jennings joined Terry Meiners last week to chat about how he got started at WHAS, his break to get on air and what he learned from those experiences. Che…
 
We're back! After taking a week off the full crew is back to recap the last couple weeks. Scott and Sean discuss the Dave Chappelle show they saw this week, and some of the comedian's important takes on pop culture and politics. Here in Flyover Country, Democrat Governor Andy Beshear may have his eyes on 2024, which may cost him big. The transgende…
 
This week, our host Scott Jennings sat one-on-one with Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell to dive into the biggest policy issues of the day. From inflation, to crime and Ukraine, Senator McConnell takes us through how he sees some of these issues playing out over the next year. Might all of this mean he returns to his position as Majority Lea…
 
Scott Jennings did not alway see himself as a political pundit who would work in the White House and appear regularly on CNN. Growing up in a small town in west Kentucky with a passion for writing and journalism, it would not take long before Scott was deep in the world of political campaign and public affairs. On today's show, Joe Arnold talks wit…
 
Last week, Oval Office staff walked back the words of President Biden several times. While the world listened to his words on Ukraine, unnamed staff made sure to walk him back as much as they could. While some of the words may have been "gaffes" - others felt more real. In his latest column, Scott Jennings takes on the President's latest mix ups an…
 
Big week of news and we broke it all down with an extended episode of our roundtable podcast. Scott, Joe, Kevin and Jared break down the "wokeness" of Disney - all while President Biden gaffes his way across the globe. As the President's poll numbers continue to tank, we dive into his biggest mistakes and why the American people have lost confidenc…
 
In what is an undeniably historic moment in United States history, the confirmation of Judge Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court delivered us a bizarre viral moment this week when the nominee was unable, or unwilling to define what a woman is. The moment speaks to a larger conversation about gender, transgender rights, and much more - so on today's …
 
As the war in Ukraine continues to escalate, the US Congress hears from the Ukrainian President, while still finding time to tackle mask mandates, day light savings time and more. On today's episode we talk through the latest development in Ukraine, along with Biden's wishy washy approach. Some Senate Democrats have finally found their sense on mas…
 
Bruce Mehlman leads the bipartisan firm Mehlman Castagnetti Rosen & Thomas. He is a figure in DC policy, politics and business, with years of success on the Hill. But recently, Bruce has become well known for something a little different, his slide decks. Once a quarter, Bruce prepares in-depth, detailed and savvy powerpoint slides of the biggest p…
 
The world continues to watch as Putin and his Russian soldiers attack more of Ukraine. The United States, along with several other countries, have continued their economic sanctions, seemingly trying to do everything we can besides fight in the war, and hope that Russia stops. But is it enough? Are NATO countries willing to cede Ukraine? Will Putin…
 
With a few days to reflect on the President's State of the Union - Scott Jennings weighs in on the memorable moments - or lack their of from last week's speech. Did Biden sway any voters? Was his message on issues like crime, inflation or schools strong enough? At this point is there anything that can turn around his dismal poll numbers? Scott weig…
 
On Tuesday night Joe Biden gave his first State of the Union address to Congress, and the American people. With rising inflation, record breaking crime rates, gas price sky rocketing and now a war in Europe, the President had a lot of issues to hit on. So how did he do? On today's roundtable special guest Mary Katharine Ham joins the full crew to b…
 
Mark Katharine Ham fancies herself a bit of a contrarian. She doesn't fit neatly into a bubble, whether politically or otherwise. And her unique perspectives and insights have propelled her to some incredible places. Whether it be Harvard, the University of Chicago Institute of Politics, or nowadays, CNN, Mary Katharine Ham has cultivated quite the…
 
This week the world watched as Russia began its invasion of parts of Ukraine. The complex conflict has many nations, including the United States, on edge. With sanctions coming down from world leaders, many Americans are now asking, 'What are we supposed to do about this?' Some have made calls for an isolationist approach, while others say America …
 
Last Monday, leading mayoral candidate Craig Greenberg was almost assassinated by Louisville's leading gun control activist, Quintez Brown. Just 48 hours later, his attempted killer was out on bail. We all need to be honest about how this happened and what we can do to prevent this in the future.By Bluegrass Media Lab
 
On Monday of this week, Louisville Mayoral Candidate Craig Greenburg was nearly assassinated. While sitting in his office with staff, law enforcement now allege that a local "activist", Quintez Brown, walked in an opened fire. Miraculous, everyone survived. But here in Louisville, the reactions to the story have shed light on our divisions, the hyp…
 
Dr. Jason Fung is considered by many as the "guru" of intermittent fasting. And for our host, Scott Jennings, his methods completely changed his life. On today's show, we get away from the politics and talk health, dieting, fasting, and living a healthier life with Dr. Jason Fung. Hear about how to kick bad habits, why fasting may be right for you …
 
Miss out on this year's Louisville Boat Show? No worries, the Boat502 crew has a full recap for you on today's show. From our favorite parts of the show, to the most interesting new technologies, we take you through it all. For the first time in a couple years Louisville had a real, full boat show, with great turnout (!) and we are excited about wh…
 
It seems Democrat Governors across the country have finally realized what we have all known for a year - mask mandates are not popular. BUT, that has not stopped them from getting caught with the masks down, and swimming in hypocrisy. From the White House to Governors and candidates, Democrats still can't figure out what they want when it comes to …
 
The retirement of SCOTUS Justice Breyer has brought up past remarks from President Biden when it comes to minority judges in this country. Between the Democrats historical positions on many black judges and justices, and recent comments regarding black conservatives, it appears they only favor those who fit nicely into their world view. Democrats s…
 
With a major decision looming for the Supreme Court, and Donald Trump seemingly launching his pseudo-campaign for President again, the big news of the week involved Joe Rogan and Whoopi Goldberg? Yup. On today's podcast we dive into the biggest stories of the week, with everything from Biden's SCOTUS nominee already facing some backlash, and Trump …
 
Just a few years ago Kevin Stitt was anything but a politician. He had spent his career in private business, and built a large and successful company. But in 2017, he threw his hat into a large ring of contenders for Governor, and came out the other side a winner. Now, he is leading his state as one of the most successful conservative Governors in …
 
The big news out of Washington this week is the coming retirement of Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer. While President Biden and Senate Democrats will almost surely be able to nominate and confirm a new Justice, what could the implications of the process mean? Will it help Biden and Democrats in the midterms? Will Biden nominate a moderate - or…
 
So you have heard who we are, and why we love boating on the Ohio River, but why did we create Boat502. On today's podcast, we take you through the why of Boat502. We want to grow the boating community, and all the great things that come with it, here in Louisville. Hear about our purpose and the great things we hope come from Boat502.…
 
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