Hamilton County Schools Close for COVID; Standardized Test Scores Released

Hamilton County Schools Will Be Closed On Tuesday And Wednesday Of Next Week, In Response To “Upward Trend” In COVID-19 Cases, Announced Soon After The Interim Superintendent Revealed The District’s Standardized Test Scores.

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Joint Statement To Gov Lee & TN General Assembly On Masks In Schools

For Well Over A Year Now, We Have Seen The Negative Impact Of Government Mandates On Businesses And Families In Response To This Virus. But There Can Be No Doubt That Our Students Here In Tennessee Have Been Some Of The Hardest Hit And They Have The Scars To Prove It. The Latest TCAP Results Show That Less Than 30% Of Our Students Across The State Are Reading And Understanding Math Simply At Their Own Grade Level. And For The Most Part, We Know That We Can Blame The Lack Of In-person Learning Over The Prior School Year. Yet, We Are Now Heading In That Same Direction For The 2021-2022 School Year.

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Legislation Introduced To Counter China’s Dominance In Pharmaceuticals

U.S. Senators Marsha Blackburn And Robert Menendez Introduced The Securing America’s Medicine Cabinet Act Of 2021 To Reduce America’s Dependence on China For Pharmaceutical Manufacturing. The Legislation Aims To Develop And Increase Pharmaceutical Workforce And Manufacturing Within The U.S. By Partnering With Universities Across The Country.

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Republicans Walk Out As Biden Talks Masking

Congressional Republicans Were In Open Revolt. Just Minutes Before Biden Was Slated To Start Talking, Rep. Chip Roy Of Texas Was Objecting In The House. They Walked Out Of The Chamber, Marched Across Statuary Hall, And Found Seats In The Senate Where Mike Lee Was Condemning…

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Our Freedom’s Under Attack; We Cannot Go Back

The Path To Totalitarian Control Starts With Something Small And Seemingly Reasonable. However, It Is Also Always Accompanied By A Promise Of Peace And Safety, In Exchange For One’s Liberty And God Given Rights.

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Illegal Border Crossings Continue To Spike, As Do COVID Cases

The Rio Grande Valley Sector Border Patrol Alone Took Into Custody More Than 15,000 Illegal Immigrants In One Week, The Most So Far This Year. In The Same Sector, Agents Saw A 900% Increase In Those Being Detained Who Tested Positive For The Coronavirus.

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Biden Dismisses Inflation Concerns Despite Troubling Data

Biden Attempted To Quell Fears Over Inflation During A Speech About His Administration’s Handling Of The Economy Monday. He Acknowledged Rising Prices For Products Like Lumber And Automobiles But Also Said These Price Increases Are A Side Effect Of The Economy Emerging From The Pandemic.

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Small Business Owners Struggling To Find Workers

Small Business Owners Are Continuing To Have Problems Attracting New Workers In The Wake Of The Coronavirus Pandemic And Are Trying To Entice Them With New Incentives, A New Report From The U.S. Chamber Of Commerce Shows.

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Hagerty, Blackburn Introduce Act To Preserve Title 42 Expulsions Of Illegal Immigrants

Senators Hagerty And Blackburn Joined Senator Ted Cruz & 3 Other Senate GOP Colleagues In Introducing The SHIELD Act. The Act Aims To Codify The Trump Administration’s Public Health Order Under Title 42 that Required U.S. Border Officials To Promptly Remove Illegal Immigrants To Prevent The Spread Of COVID-19.

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