Ken Pittman

Liberal Media "Pearl Harbors" Trump But Say He Declared War First
There's really no denying it. President Trump is not eloquent. He's not a polished, smooth orator, which may be all the more evident since his predecessor certainly was among the best ever at public speaking (teleprompter aided or not). In addition, Donald Trump has thrown out every book, every proven plan on how to win elections or even what to say or not say publicly and how to manipulate the pr
Ken Pittman: Tomorrow's Prediction
The dust has settled, people are in camps to stay. Voters will walk to booths with their  ballots and with their candidates and answers in mind. It is Monday November 7th, 2016. Tomorrow, either Hillary Rodham Clinton or Donald John Trump Jr...
A "Tale" Of Two Cities
*Follow me on Twitter by clicking HERE As a follow up to my soon-to-be super duper blockbuster blog yesterday, this is what else we've unearthed in our investigation into Hillary's dubious anecdotal story about her days patrolling New Bedford for floundering wheelchair bound children who were not welcomed at the public schools in 1973: The Children's Defense Fund report to which Hillary Rodham con
A New Bedford Tale?
From The New Bedford Standard Times April 17, 2015 in an article by Steve Urbon: The idealistic young woman with the long hair and huge eyeglasses had just graduated from Yale Law School, the future holding nothing but potential. But instead of shipping off to a New York or Washington law firm, she joined Marian Wright Edelman's fledgling Children's Defense Fund (which Edelman, Yale Law Class of 1
Is Mother's Day Really Enough?
There are 365 days in a year and we set aside just one of them to thank mothers. Being one of four kids and being the father of six of my own, I’m of the opinion that motherhood is among the most awesome responsibilities in the world, the toughest of jobs and fosters  virtue in some cases where there was none...
Clinton ‘Rules’ and the City of New Bedford is Played
Yesterday was voting day for the primaries in Massachusetts. So Democrats Bill Clinton and staunch Clinton supporter Mayor Jon Mitchell felt it was a perfect time for the former President of the United States to stand in front of a New Bedford polling station with limited parking and access.
Rocking Fundraiser
Ken Pittman's nationally acclaimed tribute band, Living On A Bad Name, plays New Bedford's Skyroom, Saturday, Nov. 22, at 7 p.m. with all proceeds benefiting the Dartmouth School Music Association.