Know Your Rights And How To Protect Them

Over Five Decades Ago, Congress Passed The Voting Rights Act Of 1965. It Established Standards To Protect The Voting Rights Of All Qualified U.S. Voters. Contrary To Liberal Psychosis, The Voting Rights Act Applies To Every Voter Equally. It Set Parameters For Each State To Engrain Within Its Voting Laws. To Ensure Equality, The Civil Rights Act Of 1964 Was Passed To Protect The Rights Of Ethnic Minorities. But Its Core Provisions, Like The Voting Rights Act, Protects The Civil Rights Of All Americans Equally. Contrary To Leftist Logic, Neither Of These Gave More Rights To One Group And Less Rights To Another.

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Voting Legislation Heads To U.S. Senate, Would Expand Fed Control Over Election Rules

A New Bill To Significantly Expand Federal Power Over State Elections Is Headed To The U.S. Senate, The Latest In A Traffic Jam Of Controversial Legislation To Be Decided On By Congress.

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Blackburn Op-Ed: The Assault On One Person, One Vote

As Parents, We Tell Our Kids That Their Voice Matters. We Teach Them About The Importance Of Maintaining A Free And Open Democracy And The Inviolable Promise Of “One Person, One Vote.” But As Congressional Democrats’ Latest Attempt To Upend The American Electoral System Revealed, The Foundations Of Our Republic Are More Vulnerable Than They Seem.

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Nashville Schools Administrator Publicizes Support of Critical Race Theory – TTC News Break 6.23.21

1) Nashville Schools Administrator Publicizes Support of Critical Race Theory
2) Biden Under Fire For Potential Border Policy Change
3) Senate Republicans Block Controversial Voting Measure With Filibuster

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Senate Republicans Block Controversial Voting Measure With Filibuster

U.S. Senate Republicans Used A Filibuster To Block Debate On The Democrat-Led “For The People Act,” Which Would Have Federalized Several Aspects Of Elections And Taken Away The Power Of State Governments To Determine Their Congressional Redistricting, Giving That Power To Independent Commissions.

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Hagerty Files Amendments to Democrats’ Partisan ‘For the Politicians Act’

“If Democrats In Washington Are Going To Move Forward With This Massive Rewrite Of Election And Campaign Rules For All 50 States—Under The Guise Of A Fake Crisis—Then I’m Going To Fight It At Every Step.” – Senator Bill Hagerty

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Hagerty Op-ed: Why ‘For the People Act’ Would Disenfranchise Tennessee Voters

It’s An Unprecedented, Unconstitutional, And Un-American Power Grab That Would Disenfranchise Every Tennessean. Tennessee’s State Representatives Would No Longer Set Tennessee’s Election Rules, As The Founding Fathers Envisioned. And This Partisan Legislation Would Open The Floodgates To Illegally Cast Votes, Thereby Washing Away Lawful Votes And Jeopardizing Our System Of Representative Government.

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Woke Democracy In Corporate America

As The 2020 General Election Unfolded It Was Clear That There Was No Way That Progressives, Socialists And The Media Would Allow Trump To Be Reelected. And One By One U.S. Companies Fell Prey To The Identity Politics Of The Left As They Gathered Groups Like BLM, Antifa, Professional Sports Unions And Outspoken Super Star Athletics Into Their Anti-Trump And GOP Election Camps. They Saw The Writing On The Boardroom Wall When Joe Biden Eked Out A Victory Over Donald Trump. And Today They Are Turning “Woke” Faster Than Barack Obama Can Say, “Change!”

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Arizona Republicans Push Democrat Senator To Hold Filibuster Line

An Arizona Democrat, U.S. Senator Kyrsten Sinema, Is Facing A Grueling Test: Whether She Will Buck The Progressive Wing Of Her Party And Stand By Her Vow To Uphold The Senate Filibuster Even If It Imperils Top Democratic Priorities She Supports.

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For The People Act Is A Brazen Assault On State Authority And Free Speech

H.R. 1 would implode the rights of states in administering their own elections. This is in response, of course, to the hundreds of election-related lawsuits filed in the wake of ballot irregularities and various kinds of legislation making their way through state capitols to push back against some uncertainty about the November 2020 elections. But there is also an aspect of H.R. 1 that has not been much discussed, and that’s the silencing of speech. Even the American Civil Liberties Union, itself a long-established organization that is normally aligned with the authors of H.R. 1, has said that language contained the bill assaults the First Amendment.

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