Proposed Legislation Offers No Relief For Tennessee Children In State Custody

Proposed Legislation From The Tennessee General Assembly In This Year’s Legislative Session Offers No Relief For Children Says A Source That Spoke Confidentially With The Tennessee Conservative.

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Latest Conservative Vs. Democrat Views (Op-Ed)

The Eye Of The Beholder – Insights From Buzz Thomas Dissected –
According To The Famous Former Retired American Baptist Church Minister, Attorney, School Superintendent, Longtime Blount Tennessee Resident And Obviously Dirt-Poor Democrat Columnist For The Daily Times In Maryville, Buzz Thomas. “Since Most Rich People Are Republicans, I Grew Up Prejudiced Against Them”. Oh, And This Gem Of Wisdom. Because Of His Dads’ Unbiased “Hardscrabble” Existence, And His Upbringing Including A Vision Permanently Embedded In His Memory And Emblazoned Forever On His Psyche From “The Only Two Pictures Hanging On The Walls Of His Home”, That Good Old Democrat Savior FDR, Deserved An Equal Place Of Honor With Jesus. Wow! No Wonder I Grew Up A Republican. The Only Portrait I Recall In My “Hovel” Was Jesus And A Crucifix Hanging On The Wall Beside It.

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Marijuana Legislation Is Once Again Up For Debate In Tennessee

This Isn’t The First Time That Tennessee’s General Assembly Has Taken On The Hot Topic Of Marijuana, And It Likely Won’t Be The Last. Historically, Bills Aiming To Decriminalize Marijuana, Even For Medical Purposes, Have Not Made It Very Far With The State’s Legislature. Regardless, There Are A Few Bills That Tennessee Residents May Want To Keep An Eye On Throughout This Legislative Session.

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Most House Democrats Oppose Resolution Condemning Attacks Against Churches, Pro-Life Facilities

Nearly All U.S. House Democrats Voted Against A Resolution Condemning Attacks Against Anti-Abortion Facilities And Churches. The Vote Came After A Report Was Published Showing Violence Escalated Against Churches And Pro-Life Groups Last Year Ahead Of And After The Supreme Court Overturned Roe V. Wade.

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Legislators Making Plans To Push For Legalization Of Cannabis In Upcoming Session

Recent Changes To Federal Laws Regarding Medical Marijuana Has Many Wondering If Tennessee Is On The Cusp Of Finally Fully Legalizing Medical Use Of The Drug. Currently, Tennessee Is One Of Only 13 States That Still Have Yet To Completely Legalize Cannabis For Medical Purposes.

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U.S. Congress Considers Omnibus Spending Bill As Deadline Approaches

Lawmakers Are Expected To Pass A Continuing Resolution This Week Ahead Of A Friday Deadline To Give A Few Extra Days To Hammer Out The Details Of A Full-Year Omnibus Spending Bill.

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Democrats Suppress Voter Turnout In Local Elections (Op-Ed)

All Blue States Are Notorious For Splitting Local Office Elections From Federal Campaigns. If They Were To Combine All Elections, It Would Boost Voter Turnout For These Elections. Although 93% Of All Voters Prefer Combined Elections, Democrats Refuse To Do This. They Need To Control Local Government So They Can Fill School Boards And The County Commissions With Liberals Who Support Big Government.

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