Nine New Republican Lawmakers Have Thrown Their Hat In The Ring To Become The Next Speaker Of The U.S. House.Read more
The Tennessee Education Association (TEA) Is The Local Chapter Of The National Education Association (NEA) Labor Union. If Asked To Name The Most Significant Detriment To Our Government Schools, I Would Say The NEA Is The Most Destructive. Its Extreme, Leftist Positions Have Been Poisoning American Education For Years.Read more
We’re Closing Registration For The Conservative Candidates Academy Tomorrow, Sept 20th, At Noon Eastern. Are You Interested?Read more
Even Though All The Attendee Seats For The Franklin Board Of Mayor And Alderman (BOMA) Candidate Forum Are Filled, Interested Voters Can Still Watch The Event Via Livestream.Read more
The Tennessee Republican Party Recently Updated The Sections Of Their Bylaws Regarding Potential Candidates. New Amendments And Changes To The Previous Bylaws Clarify What The Tennessee GOP Now Considers As “Bona Fide” And Lays Out The Requirements For Potential Candidates To Gain The Republican Nomination For Public Office.Read more
On October 24th, Franklin Will Host Elections For Several Positions In Their City Government. Here Are Some Of The Candidates Running On A Populist Conservative Platform, So Those Who Will Be Participating In The Elections Next Month Will Have An Idea Of Where These Candidates Stand On The Issues People Care About The Most.Read more
As you get older, you learn there are two kinds of wisdom.
This first kind is what you discover from lived experience: Successes and failures – mainly trial and error.
The second kind of wisdom is learned through the experiences of others: Books, courses, manuals, instruction sets or conversations.
For the most part, the more important and PUBLIC an undertaking is, the more likely we are to seek out the wisdom of others BEFORE we go headlong into a project or venture.
Important decisions made in the presence of our loved ones – and the public in general – require a lot of prayer, counsel, and the gathering of resources in ADVANCE.
This goes double for those who are seeking elected office in Tennessee – or those who hope to help them – because nothing is more public or visible than running for office.
Simply put, running for office without seeking professional help on the mindset, strategies or resources needed to WIN can be, well, embarrassing.
Republican Presidential Candidates Have Put The U.S. Department Of Education On Notice. Several Candidates Said At Last Week’s Debate That They Want To Get Rid Of The U.S. Department Of Education Entirely.Read more
The Williamson County Republican Party Will Be Hosting A Candidate Forum For The Franklin Board Of Mayor And Aldermen On September 21st.Read more
A Review Of ActBlue Filings With The Federal Election Commission (FEC) For Contributions Made During 2022 Reveal Questionable Patterns In Tennessee’s 15 Largest Cities By Population.Read more