- Parents Concerned About Critical Race Theory In Schools, Poll Confirms
The Biden Administration Has Sparked Controversy For Endorsing Elements Of Critical Race Theory In Education Programs, And The Latest Polling Reveals A Source Of That Concern.
- Home Prices And Joblessness Increase
Earlier This Week, President Joe Biden Touted The Country’s Economic Growth Since He Took Office, But The Latest Economic Data Show That Progress May Not Be As Sturdy As Experts Would Like.
- Chattanooga Facility for Immigrant Youth Sues, Claims Racial Bias Over License Suspension
The Baptiste Group Is Appealing The Suspension Of The License For Its Chattanooga Home For Immigrant Youth, Claiming That The State Violated Their Right To Due Process. Their Claim Accuses The State Of Prejudice And Bias Against The Company.
- Shelby County Schools Implement Mask Mandate For 2021-22 School Year
Following The Suggestion By The Pfizer-Backed American Academy Of Pediatrics That Children Should Be Wearing Masks In School, Shelby County Schools Have Issued A Mask Mandate For All Staff And Students For The 2021-22 School Year.
While All Eyes Are On Williamson County And Wit And Wisdom, Critical Race Theory Is Infecting One Of The Most Conservative Counties In Tennessee, Just Under Another Name.
What Should Parents Be Watching For And Doing To Hold The Teachers And Leaders Accountable To Make Sure Critical Race Theory Doesn’t Get Into Our Schools? CRT Is Not Just In Our Schools, It Has Crept Into The Business Community As Well. What Can Be Done? These Questions And More Are Answered In This Exclusive Interview With U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn.
- Chattanooga Mayor Shuts Down Two Community Centers After Confirmed COVID Cases
On Wednesday, July 21st, Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly Temporarily Closed Two Community Centers After A Single Confirmed Case Of COVID Was Discovered At Each Facility.
- Hamilton County Commission Debates Continued Funding For Nashville Lobbyist
During yesterday’s Hamilton County Commission meeting, the commissioners voted on a resolution to authorize Mayor Coppinger to sign a contract with Nashville lobbyist, Will Denami, to represent the interests of the County before the TN General Assembly and other governmental entities. The price tag of the contract brought some criticism…