State Senator Bo Watson Met With The Hamilton County Pachyderm Club On Monday, Where He Encouraged Continued Literacy Improvement In Schools, Advocated For Criminal Justice Reform, And Discussed The Future Of Tennessee.Read more
The Killer Of A Chattanooga Father And Businessman Has 66 Prior Arrests On His Record With 2 Involving Confrontations With A Weapon. A Former TBI Employee Says That The Justice System In Tennessee Is Like A “Criminal Mill.”Read more
Priorities include increased government transparency, economic opportunity, educational freedom, and criminal justice reform. Press Release – Americans for Prosperity-TN (AFP-TN)Read more
Incumbent Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Was Uncontested In The Primary And Will Be Facing Democrat Jason Martin In The Nov. 8 General Election.Read more
Last Weekend Chattanooga Pride Put On The First “Family Friendly” Drag Show In The History Of Our City. The Show Was Particularly Grotesque, Beyond The Egregious Mockery Of Womanhood By Obese Men, But Also Because Video Footage Revealed A Small Child Rubbing On The Private Area Of An Adult Without A Single Objection From The Adult. You Can Only Surmise After Watching The Revolting Video, That These Shows Produce The Kind Of Setting Where Social Mores Go Unchecked.
What You Might Not Know Is That Chattanooga Pride’s Foray Into The Shaping Of Culture Goes Far Beyond Indoctrinating Young Kids Into Left-Wing Sexual Ideology. It Also Dabbles In Criminal Justice Reform.Read more
In this interview, Tennessee House Speaker Cameron Sexton candidly answers tough questions most politicians dodge like bullets in the Matrix.
He highlights the connection between failing schools, incarceration and the need for unconventional solutions for a broken educational system – including school choice.
Sexton also tackles the problem of rampant illegal immigration in our state and what we might expect from our legislature on the issue.
Finally, the Speaker also gives us a preview of proposed bills related to criminal justice reform and critical race theory.
Buckle up. This is not your typical mainstream media interview.Read more
Tennessee’s Ability-To-Pay Measures Throughout Its Court Fee System Are Implemented Inconsistently Throughout The State, According To A New Report From The Sycamore Institute.Read more
House Bill 1532 (SB0561 In The Senate) Seeks To Reduce The Amount Of Time That Must Be Served For First Degree Murder Before Becoming Eligible For Parole. For Someone Currently Sentenced To Life In Prison With Parole, The Minimum Time They Must Serve Is 51 Years. If The Bill Passes The House And Senate And Becomes Tennessee Law, That Time Would Be Reduced By Approximately Half To 25 Years.Read more
As Tennessee Lawmakers Continue To Examine Reforms In The Criminal Justice System, Two Recently Released Reports Showed That The State Is Not Collecting The Proper Data To Evaluate The Fines And Fees Collected From Its Court System.Read more
On Monday, May 24, District 9 Chattanooga Councilwoman Demetrus Coonrod Spoke Out To Show Her Support For The New Criminal Justice Reform Bills Signed By Governor Bill Lee.Read more