National News

  • Texas Wins First Round In Battle Over Title IX Lawsuit Texas Wins First Round In Battle Over Title IX Lawsuit

    A Federal Court On Tuesday Handed Texas Its First Win In A Lawsuit Filed Against The Biden Administration Over A Mandate Issued By Two Federal Agencies Before The Administration Amended Title IX To Redefine Biological Sex To Include “Sexual Orientation” And “Gender Identity.”

  • Biden Threatens Veto Of Veteran Funding Over Abortion, LGBT Provisions Biden Threatens Veto Of Veteran Funding Over Abortion, LGBT Provisions

    U.S. House Republicans Passed Legislation Wednesday To Fund The Department Of Veterans Affairs And Military Construction, But A Battle Over Abortion, Sexuality And Other Issues May Sink The Bill. Along With LGBT Issues, The White House Opposes The Legislation’s Limits On The Use Of Taxpayer Funds For Abortions.

State News

  • Paul Sherrell Running For Reelection: A Look At His Voting RecordPaul Sherrell Running For Reelection: A Look At His Voting Record

    Representative Paul Sherrell (R-Sparta-District 43) Is Running For Re-Election And Is On The Ballot In The Republican Primary Slated For August 1st, 2024 Where He Will Face Two Challengers. Having Served Two Terms As A Lawmaker Already, Should Sherrell Be Given Another Four Years? Read Our Deep Dive On Sherrell’s Record And Then Decide.

  • Robert Stevens Running For Reelection: A Look At His Voting RecordRobert Stevens Running For Reelection: A Look At His Voting Record

    Rep. Robert Stevens (R-Smyrna-District 13) Is Facing A GOP Challenger As He Runs For Reelection In 2024. Stevens Campaign Promises To Provide Consistent Conservative Leadership But He Has A Tendency To Vote In Favor Of Most GOP Bills That Make It To The House Floor, Whether They Are Conservative Pieces Of Legislation Or Not. Let’s Take A Look At Some Of His Stances…

Local News

Texas Wins First Round In Battle Over Title IX Lawsuit

A Federal Court On Tuesday Handed Texas Its First Win In A Lawsuit Filed Against The Biden Administration Over A Mandate Issued By Two Federal Agencies Before The Administration Amended Title IX To Redefine Biological Sex To Include “Sexual Orientation” And “Gender Identity.”

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Rep. Patsy Hazlewood Blocks Constituent Comments, Conservative Challenger Michele Reneau’s Signs Stolen & Vandalized

In The Middle Of An Election Year, Rep. Patsy Hazlewood (R-Signal Mountain-District 27) Is Allegedly Blocking Constituent Comments From Appearing On Her Social Media Pages, Likely Because These Comments Attempted To Call The GOP Incumbent Out On Her Voting Record. Meanwhile, Locals Report That Many Of The Yard Signs Highlighting Her Voting Record Are “Mysteriously Disappearing,” Getting Run Over Or Being Stolen.

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Williamson County Commission Fails To Hold Williamson Inc Accountable For Breaches of Expired Contract; Issue Possibly To Be Revisited Due To Miscalculation From Vacated Seat

This Week, The Williamson County Commission Revived An Issue That Was Addressed And Not Concluded At Last Month’s Meeting: Whether To Renew A Contract With Williamson Inc For Economic Development Services.

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Father’s Day 2024 May Be the Most Important One in History… Protecting Daughters From Title IX

On Sunday, Families Will Gather To Celebrate Father’s Day. Fathers Will Smile As They Unwrap ‘World’s Best Dad’ Mugs And Rush Through Breakfast To Make It To Their Well-Deserved Tee Times. What If, Instead Of Receiving Gifts, Fathers Gave Their Daughters One By Vowing To Protect Them From The New Title IX Regulations Taking Effect On August 1, 2024?

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Proposal To Remove Sexually Explicit Materials In Schools Fails In Knox County School Board Vote

A Proposal To Remove Books With Explicit Imagery Failed In A Vote By The Knox County School Board, Even Though A Recently Amended State Law Will Require The Removal Of The Materials In Just A Few Weeks.

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