The Consequences Of Federalized Elections

The Founders Of Our American Republic Could Not Have Anticipated The Political Chaos Or Many Of The Other Changes That Have Re-conceptualized And Redefined The Republic They Created. But They Clearly Foresaw One Challenge That Faces Us Today – The Threat Of An All-Powerful Central Government. In The 1900s, Progressives Theodore Roosevelt And Woodrow Wilson Set The Precedent That The President Set The Agenda For Congress, Not The Voters, Which Negated The Founding Principles Of The Executive Branch.

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PBS Hosts City Of Chattanooga Mayoral Candidates Forum

WCTI PBS Has Produced A Series Of Forums For Mayoral Candidates For The City Of Chattanooga. The Forums Focus On Three Main Topics: Local Economy, Cradle-To-Career Education And Civic Infrastructure.

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Controversy Brings Small Donor Success For Marjorie Taylor Greene

Late Last Month, Greene Said She’s Raised $1.6 Million Amid Media Coverage Of Her Controversial Comments. Greene Said She Raised $150,000 On Tuesday and $175,000 On Wednesday As Calls To Remove Her From Committees Grew Louder.

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Pushback On Biden Administration Begins In The States

In his first two days in office, Biden issued 17 executive orders, and he hasn’t slowed down just yet. In almost every case, the order sought to specifically undo something that had been done during the tenure of his predecessor, 45th President Donald Trump. In the private sector, businesses pressured – internally or externally – to change direction often succumb to a practice of hiring an opposite in roles of authority and leadership. Subconsciously or consciously, these companies hire people whose talents, attitudes, and personalities are precisely the opposite of the person who previously held the position. Elections – specifically the actions of those elected – have ramifications.

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Big Tech Rallies Behind Biden

Employees At Big Tech Companies, Including Google Parent Alphabet And Facebook, Funneled Millions Of Dollars Into Democrats’ Campaigns During The 2020 Election Cycle — A Move That Could Pay Off For Conglomerates Hoping To Stymie The Implementation Of Internet Regulation.

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