Why You Must Inspect Every Candidate For Public Office

It Is Election Season In Tennessee. In A State That Portends To Be Protective Of Personal Property Rights, It Is Imperative That The Voters Understand The Rules (You Can Bet The Legislature Knows Them) And How Those Rules Are Used To Light-Finger Your Goods…

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School Teacher Confirms On Camera That CRT Is Still Being Taught In Tennessee Schools

In A Video Posted By Kelli Phillips, Who Is Running For Metro Nashville School Board District 4, A School Teacher Came Forward To Express That Critical Race Theory (CRT) Is Still Being Taught In Tennessee Schools.

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If All Government Is Local, So Are Elections

Today’s Local Government Political Machines Are A Mixed Bag, Depending On Demographics. In Rural Areas, You Have “The Good Ol Boys.” In The Large Cities, You Have “The Establishment.” But They Are A Tight Knit Group Of Locals Who Go Along To Get Along To Maintain Power. They Do As Much As We Allow Them To Do. Hiding Election Information Is One Thing That They Are Extremely Proficient At.

Since All Government Is Local, Local Elections Are The Most Important Place To Cast Your Vote. If You Have A City Or A County That Is Not Notifying You Of Every Single Election And Referendum, They Are Violating The 1965 Voting Rights Act. They Need To Be Reminded That “Federal Law Trumps State Law And Protects Voter Disenfranchisement.” You’d Be Surprised How Few Local Governments Have Ever Been Told This.

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NRA & Conservative Watchdogs Sound Alarm Over McNally’s Incumbent Protection Bill

The National Rifle Association (NRA) And Tennessee Conservative Watchdog Groups See Many Potential Issues That Could Arise Due To The Legislation And Have Voiced Their Concerns To The Tennessee Conservative And Lawmakers Alike.

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TN Social Media Common Carrier Bill Scheduled For Committee Hearings Next Week

Tennessee Legislation That Would Stymie Social Media’s Censorship Of Tennessee Elections And Citizens Is Set To Be Heard On April 26th, 2022 In The Senate Finance, Ways And Means Committee And In The House Finance, Ways And Means Subcommittee.

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Social Media Common Carrier Bill Heads To Senate Committee

Tennessee Legislation That Would Stymie Social Media’s Censorship Of Tennessee Elections And Citizens Was Recently Placed Behind The Budget In A House Subcommittee But Has Begun Movement Again On The Senate Side Now To Be Heard April 19th, 2022 In The Finance, Ways And Means Committee.

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TTC’s Brandon Lewis On Conservative Censorship Legislation

Brandon Lewis Of Tennessee Conservative News Joins The Alex Abernathy Podcast To Discuss A Sneaky Bill That Could Be Used To Censor Conservative Groups. Alex And Brandon Then Go On To Discuss How The Tennessee Legislature Is Looking To Reinstate The Work Requirement To Receive Benefits From The Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program. Listen In Now!

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Sexton’s Bill Would Censor Conservative Groups 60 Days Before Elections

An Obscure Caption Bill Slipped In By Speaker Cameron Sexton Seeks To Censor Conservative Groups 60-Days Prior To An Election. Patriot Groups May Soon Find Themselves Unable To Even Mention The Names Or Show The Faces Of An Elected Official Or Candidate Days Before An Election – Or Face Tough Penalties.

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