Special Interest Groups Spend $60 Million A Year To Curry Favor With Tennessee Legislators

Special Interest Groups Spend Approximately $60 Million A Year In An Effort To Curry Favor With Tennessee Legislators. That’s Almost A Third Of A Billion Dollars Over The Past Five Years. And All Of This Is Absolutely Legal.

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“Economic Expansion” Results In Billions Of Dollars In Infrastructure Needs

Tennessee Has $61.9 Billion In Infrastructure Needs Across The State, According To A Report Presented On Tuesday From The Tennessee Advisory Commission On Intergovernmental Relations (TACIR).

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Neither Man Nor Government Can Take Away Our Choices

As We Watch The Unraveling Of Our Country, We Are Barraged By Emotions Ranging From Horror To Sorrow, Anger To Helplessness. We Don’t Know Whether To Hold Onto Hope Or Succumb To Being Backed Into The Corner Of ‘Comply Or Else.’ My Friends, We Have The Power, Ability And Privilege Of Making Choices. That Is Something Endowed To Us By Our Creator. Making Choices Is One Of The Inalienable Rights Of Our Heritage, Both As Human Beings And As Americans. The Thing About Inalienable Rights Is That They Are, By Definition, Non-Transferable, Non-Negotiable, Unchallengeable And Absolute. In Other Words, Being Backed Into A Corner Is A Personal Choice.

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TN Approves $65M Incentive For Oracle’s Nashville Project

The Tennessee Comptroller State Funding Board Has Approved $65 Million In FastTrack Grants For Oracle’s New Nashville Campus.

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Republicans Debate Breaking Up Big Tech After Trump’s Facebook Suspension

Many Republicans In Congress Have Reignited Their Calls To Break Up The Big Tech Companies After Facebook Announced Last Week They Would Maintain The Suspension Of Former President Donald Trump’s Account.

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Big Labor Wants To Salt The Earth

Unions Can Deploy Unsavory And Coercive Tactics Without Consequence. For Instance, Unions May Legally “Salt” A Workplace By Getting Undercover Union Operatives Hired By The Target Company In Order To Agitate For Unionization From The Inside. Unions Deploy Such Campaigns – Which Can Involve Negative Publicity, Political Pressure, Frivolous Lawsuits And Complaints, Public Protests, Targeting Of A Company’s Clients, Or Even Sabotage Of Company Operations – To Compensate For The Lack Of Employee Support For Unionization By Pressuring An Employer To Remain Silent During The Union Campaign, Provide Union Organizers Heightened Access To Employees, Or Even Recognize The Union Without Allowing Employees To Vote On Unionization.

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Grassroots Organization Calls For Elimination of Stadium Funding in Lee’s Budget Amendment

Following Reports That Governor Bill Lee’s Budget Amendment Includes A $13.5 Million Dollar Grant For A Minor League Stadium Americans For Prosperity-Tennessee (AFP-TN) Urged Legislators To Eliminate Politically-Driven Handouts.

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break April 5, 2021

1) Tennessee’s RINO County Mayors Continue with Mask Mandates
2) Rape Survivors Protection Act Passes Advances in the House
3) Pharma Lobby Fights Dems Proposal On Vaccine Access And Drug Pricing
4) Amazon Clashes With Democratic Lawmakers Bankrolled By Its Own Employees

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