March 26, 2013 TACKLE Event – Immigration – in full on YouTube!

You can now view our March TACKLE with TAC4 event on Immigration in full on YouTube! Watch it here:
http://youtu.be/GJyy9P9ZojM

Thanks to Kate Miller (ACLU of Kentucky) and Tomás Mauricio (Advocates for America Radio Network) for their excellent panel discussion.

The results from pursuing their Needs, Fears, and Concerns are:

Kate Miller

  • Needs
    • Inclusive Policy
      • Most people currently in US have benefits and responsibilities of citizens
  • Fears
    • Exploitation from employers
    • Civil liberties of immigrants and citizens
    • Harsh realities faced by human beings
    • Families broken apart
  • Solutions
    • Quicker or fairer path to citizenship

Tomás Mauricio

  • Needs
    • Simplify current law
    • Everyone should have the opportunity to immigrate here that wants to
  • Fears
    • Elitism in policy
    • Creating an explosion illegal immigration
  • Solutions
    • Throw out laws as is
    • Replace with simpler and enforceable laws
      • Ideal: two pieces of paper to fill out
      • E-verify or other technology

Additional Audience Concerns

  • Comments
    • Illegal Status IS against civil law
    • Need more emphasis that immigrants DO benefit society
    • Low work ethic of US citizens matched with abortion gives rise to the need for more immigrant resources
  • Questions
    • How does immigration affect national security?
    • Does immigration affect labor and wages?
    • Are there resource constraints?
    • Do welfare benefits make immigration unsustainable?
    • Is immigration resistance due to Anglo-Saxon fears of losing cultural power?
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January 22 TACKLE with TAC4 Event

Friends:

Are you frustrated with the tone of political discourse?  Do you hunger for reasoned discussion on current political events where people actually listen to the points of the other side?  TAC4 Solutions invites you to our next TACKLE with TAC4 event on January 22, 2013 to discuss the question, Does gun control reduce violence?

Date Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Time 6:15pm-8:30pm
Topic Does gun control reduce violence?
Panelists
  •   Keith Rouda, Regional Organizer for Kentucky,   MoveOn.org
  •   Charles Riggs, Director of Kentucky Concealed Carry   Coalition
Location Creative Workshop

1205 E. Washington Street, Suite 101, Louisville, KY   (Butchertown)

Cost $8.90 for preregistered guests

$10.00 at the door

Capacity First 100 registrants
Registration http://tackle20130122.eventbrite.com

Please print the confirmation page on the registration site and bring with you as a ticket for entrance to the event.  All proceeds go to a local charity determined by the panelists.

For additional information, please check our website, Facebook page, and blog:

Send this invitation to everyone you know who may be interested.  If you are interested in helping plan or work the event, contact me at the number below.

Thanks, and I hope to see you on January 22nd.  Let’s show the world that we really can respect people who disagree with us on difficult issues and work together to find good solutions.

T. Alan Claypool

President, TAC4 Solutions

http://www.tac4solutions.com

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September 25th Panelists

We are fortunate to have secured two distinguished local physicians as our panelists for our September 25th TACKLE with TAC4 event.

Dr. David Bybee, M.D., M.A.C.P., F.A.C.E.

Born in Harlan, Kentucky, Dr. Bybee grew up in Louisville and holds an undergraduate degree in music history from the University of Louisville. He earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine in Lexington and completed his residency in Internal Medicine at University Hospital in Lexington. He joined the U.S. Navy and moved to the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, where he completed his Fellowship in Endocrinology and Metabolism. After completing a tour of active duty in the Navy, he moved to Chicago, Illinois, and a post-doctoral fellowship in Neuroendocrinology. He has served on the faculties of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and Northwestern University as an Assistant Professor of Medicine and currently serves as an Associate Professor of Medicine on the clinical faculty of the University of Louisville and participates in the teaching of medical students.

 Dr. Bybee strives to apply the principles of process quality improvement to diabetes care. He is particularly concerned that his patients acquire a firm base of knowledge of diabetes self-care. He also has a particular interest in pituitary, thyroid, and metabolic bone disorders.
Dr. Bybee is board certified in Internal Medicine and Endocrinology and Metabolism. He is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and a Fellow of the American College of Endocrinology. Dr. Bybee has received the Laureate Award of the Kentucky Chapter of the American College of Physicians and is listed in “The Best Doctors in America” by Woodward/White, Inc., publishers. Dr. Bybee received the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists’ “Outstanding Clinical Endocrinologist Award” in 2008. He is active in The Greater Louisville Medical Society and will serve as President 2011-2012. Dr. Bybee and his wife, Polly A. Coombs, M.D., share a love for music and often perform classical music together as the “Singing Dog Duo” and in the church choir. They are active supporters of the musical arts in our community.

Dr. Dan Eichenberger, M.D.

Dr. Dan Eichenberger, affectionately and more functionally called “Dr. Dan” by his staff and patients, is a lifelong native of Floyd County.  He graduated from New Albany High School in 1981.  During high school and while completing his BA in Chemistry at Indiana University Southeast, he worked as a hospital orderly and then as an emergency department technician.  Following completion of his medical degree from University of Louisville, Dr. Dan chose to specialize in both adult Internal Medicine and Pediatrics and completed his combined residency through the University of Louisville affiliated hospitals.  Dr. Eldridge and Eichenberger, who attended medical school together, graduated in 1990, established the Physician Associates of Floyd Knobs, LLC that has grown to 5 doctors and 1 nurse practitioner and a staff of more than 30 employees.  Dr. Dan is also the Chief Medical Officer at Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services and Assistant clinical professor at University of Louisville.
Dr. Dan and his wife Stephanie have lived in Floyd County since 1983 and reside in Floyds Knobs, IN.  They have four children: Daniel Jr., Jake, Sally and Stuart.  They are Christian, and embrace the authority of God’s Word, the Bible.  They are active members of Northside Christian Church.  The family enjoys water sports, tennis, fishing, hunting, and boating.

Dr. Bybee and Dr. Eichenberger will discuss “The Benefits vs. Consequences of Universal Health Coverage”.

Call for Volunteers

We are in the process of finalizing plans for the next event, to be held Tuesday, September 25th, from 6:30 to 8:30.

Would you be willing to consider helping with our efforts?  We need volunteers for various tasks, including performance of administrative functions, managing social media, and coordinating the team activities.   Remembering that “many hands make light work,”  our desire is to move forward without burdening any individual.  We will gladly accept any amount of time you can afford.  If you would like to join our team, we welcome you with open arms and sincere gratitude.