Tennessee Election Bill Written To Protect Presidency From The Invasion At The Border Withdrawn Due To False Accusations Of Being Anti-Trump

A Bill That Was Being Carried In The Tennessee General Assembly Was Withdrawn This Week, Due To Bill Language Being Misinterpreted And A Subsequent Negative Social Media And Email Campaign Accusing The Bill Authors Of Establishment Status With Goals Of Keeping President Trump Off The Ballot In The State. These Accusations Could Not Be Farther From The Truth.

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Leftist Organization Selected To Conduct Williamson County Election Study At Double The Original Cost (Op-Ed)

On February 1st , The Williamson County Election Commission Approved A Firm To Perform The Hand-Marked Paper Ballot Feasibility Study For Williamson County. It Was The Only Firm That Applied. A Look Into This Group Is Deeply Troubling.

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Doing The Right Thing (Op-Ed by Thomas Antkow)

Let’s Examine The Good And The Bad Of Iowa. Even Though The Media Screwed Up By Calling The Winners Too Early. I Still Was Able To Watch For Myself The Real Time Vote Count Calculated Before Midnight. The SAME Day! Voter ID And Paper Ballots Work. One Man One Vote Still Holds True.

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Citizens Ask State Election Commission And Williamson County Board Of Commissioners To Replace Biased Election Commissioners

On The Heels Of Taking Their Concerns Last Month To The Tennessee State Election Commission, A Group Of Williamson County Citizens Last Night Asked The Williamson County Board Of Commissioners To Appoint New, More Ethical, Unbiased Commissioners To The Williamson County Election Commission.

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The Vote Center Dilemma: In Today’s World Convenience Will Never Replace Security

You Don’t Risk Something Precious By Taking The Easy Way Out. If You Really Cherish Something, You Go The Extra Mile; You Choose Security. Not Convenience. What Doesn’t Make Sense Is Why Some Citizens Blindly Accept “Convenience Vote Centers,” Despite The Ready Proof That Voting Machine Systems In Internet-Enhanced Vote Centers, Can Be Hacked And Votes Changed By Nefarious People.

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Why Hand-Marked Ballots Are Such A Big Deal

So Why Are Hand-Marked Paper Ballots So Important To So Many Voters? More Than 68% Of Americans Vote On Them Instead Of Ballot Marking Devices. Less Than A Third Vote On BMDS. How Come?

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The Voting Issue That Could Prevent Hand-Marked Paper Ballots In Tennessee Elections

The Ramifications Of The 2020 And 2022 National Elections Have Left An Indelible Mark On American Consumer Confidence In Elections. Problems Such As Machine Vulnerabilities, The Misconduct Of Vote Center Workers, Ballot Drop Boxes And Ballot Harvesting, As Well As Illegal Voting Law Revisions, All Caused A Deep Fissure In Citizen Trust In How Elections Are Run.

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Memphis Political Candidates Request Investigation Into Alleged Security Breach During Election

Two Memphis Political Candidates Who Lost Their Respective Races Are Calling For The Shelby County District Attorney To Investigate A Potential Compromise Of The City-Wide Elections Held Earlier This Month.

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Resolution Introduced To Limit Williamson County Commissioner Rights After Town Hall Meeting (Op-Ed)

County Legal Counsel Robert Cook Introduced A Resolution Amending The Rules, Regulations And Procedures For Williamson County Board Of Commissioners Concerning Calling Town Hall Meetings. The Resolution Appeared To Be Primarily In Response To County Commissioner Christopher Richards’ Town Hall Meeting Last March, Where Many In Attendance Expressed Concerns About Election Integrity In Williamson County.

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Docs Offer Glimpse Inside Censorship Industrial Complex [Op-Ed]

Welcome To The Censorship Industrial Complex. It’s Rather Like The Old “Military Industrial Complex,” Which Was Shorthand For The Military, Private Companies, And Academia Working Together To Achieve U.S. Battlefield Dominance, With The R&D Funded By The Government That Buys The Final Product.
But The Censorship Industrial Complex Builds Algorithms, Not Bombers. The Players Aren’t Raytheon And Boeing, But Social Media Companies, Tech Startups, And Universities And Their Institutes. The Foes To Be Dominated Are American Citizens Whose Opinions Diverge From Government Narratives.

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