Op-Ed: Can American History Survive This Generation?

Norman Cousins Wrote, “History Is A Vast Early Warning System.”

If We Want To Understand Today, We Have To Know What Happened Yesterday. History Is An Encyclopedia Of Accidents, Successes, Blunders, Surprises And Absurdities.

It Is A Roadmap Of The Past Drawn For The Future. Anyone Who Fails To Study History As It Was Written Doesn’t Appreciate Today’s America And All Of Its Opportunities.

Those Who Take Our History Personal Are Living In The Past Because They Fear Today And Tomorrow.

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Senator Briggs Fails To Withdraw Bill From Consideration That Would Censor News Outlets And Advocacy Groups

Instead Of Withdrawing A Bill That Has The Potential To Censor News Outlets And Advocacy Groups Across Tennessee, The Chair Of The Senate State And Local Government Committee Rolled It To Next Week To Be Considered After Amendments Are Made.

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Bill To Ban Drag Shows For Minors Passes First Hurdle In Nashville

A Bill To Address The Rash Of “Family-Friendly” Drag Shows Where Children Have Been Exposed To Inappropriate Entertainment Passed The First Hurdle In Nashville Yesterday.

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Bill To Prohibit Sex Change Procedures, Treatments On Minors One Step Closer To Becoming Tennessee Law

Yesterday, Legislation That Would Effectively Make Illegal Any Medical Treatments That Would Permanently Change The Physical Bodies Of Underage Persons Who Are Experiencing Gender Dysphoria, Either Through Surgery Or Hormone Treatments, Moved One Step Closer To Becoming Law In The State Of Tennessee.

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2 Tennessee Energy Providers To Receive $126M Combined USDA Energy Loans

Two Rural Tennessee Electricity Providers Received Loans In The U.S. Department Of Agriculture’s Rural Development Electric Loan And Loan Guarantee Program As Part Of $2.7 Billion In Loans Announced On Monday.

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