Tennessee Republicans Seek To Change How Historical Monuments Are Removed

Senate Bill 600 Would Cut In Half The Appointed Seats On The Historical Commission, Bringing It Down To 12 From 24. The Bill Would Also Change What Happens When The Commission Decides To Remove A Monument. After Their Approval, The General Assembly Would Also Have To Approve The Request.

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break March 10, 2021

– Tennessee Bill Could Allow Teachers To Permanently Remove Disruptive Students From Classroom
– Tennessee Historical Commission Votes To Move Nathan Bedford Forrest Bust Out Of State Capitol
– Tennessee State Constitution Transferred To A New Home
-Equality Act Erodes Religious Liberty And Is Dangerous To Women And Children
– Texas Will Do What Feds Under Biden Won’t To Secure Southern Border
– Chattanooga-Based Foundation Announces Automotive Project To Benefit Families Dealing With Pediatric Cancer

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Commission Votes To Move Confederate Statues Out Of State Capitol

Along With Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest’s Bust, The Removal Will Also Include Busts Of U.S. Admiral David Farragut And U.S. Navy Admiral Albert Gleaves. All Three Of Busts Can Currently Be Found On The Second Floor Of The State Capitol Building.

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3 American Heroes Liberals Wish We Would Forget

The Past Is Under Attack. Our History Is Being Rewritten. Attitudes And Beliefs Are Obviously Not Frozen In Time. The Past, It Turns Out, Has A Precarious Grasp On The Present And Can Be Quite Impermanent. History, As It Was Taught And Understood In The Mid-20th Century, Is Under Assault. We forget—or, worse, repudiate—the past at our peril. Our shared history binds us together as a nation, as Abraham Lincoln noted in his First Inaugural Address when he invoked “the mystic chords of memory” in the hope that our common history would “swell the chorus of the Union.” Defenders of history should emulate William Travis at the Alamo, and take a stand.

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Diversity Study Finds 70% Support for Keeping Rebels Mascot in Maryville

Maryville City Schools Sent Out A Diversity Study To Parents And Families Of The School District To See If They Supported A Petition To Change The Rebels Mascot. Results Found Significant Support For Keeping The Mascot And Name.

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Rep. Windle Introduces Bill To Replace Confederate Statue With One Of Dolly Parton At State Capitol

On the first day of the convening of the Tennessee Legislature for the 2021 Legislative Session, a representative from Livingston has introduced a bill to add a statue of Dolly Parton to the Capitol grounds in Nashville.

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