Blount County Republican Women Stand Firm Against RINO Attempt To Cancel Free Speech

In An Email Sent To The “Friends And Members” Of The Blount County Republican Women’s Club, A Tennessee RINO Aggressively Urged The Group To Rescind “Divisive” Conservative Gary Humble’s Invitation From Local Speaking Engagements But The Club Is Standing Firmly Against This Campaign To “Cancel Free Speech”.

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Governor To Sign ‘Ethics Reform Bill’ Into Law Despite Call For Veto

The Governor Said He Supports The Bill In Spite Of Opposition From Groups With 501(C)4 Federal Tax Status That Vehemently Oppose The Legislation, Including ALEC Action, Which Urged Him To Veto The Bill Two Weeks Ago.

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AGs Sue Biden Administration For Alleged Collusion With Social Media Giants To Censor Speech

As States Push Back Against Department Of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas’ Plan To Combat “Disinformation,” Two Attorneys General Sued Him, President Joe Biden, And Other Top Officials Over Claims They Colluded With Social Media Companies To Censor Speech.

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Senator Bill Hagerty Says DHS Disinformation Board Likely Illegal

U.S. Sen. Bill Hagerty Says The Creation Of A Board Within The Department Of Homeland Security (DHS) Tasked With Combating “Disinformation” Is Likely Illegal. Creating The Board And Hiring Its New Director Without Congressional Authorization Violates Several Federal Laws, Hagerty Argues. Knowingly And Willfully Violating One Of Them Carries A $5,000 Fine And Up To Two Years In Prison, He Adds.

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Here’s The Pro-Free Speech Letter UT’s Student Newspaper Wouldn’t Run

A Recent Poll Conducted By The Foundation For Individual Rights In Education And College Pulse Surveyed 37,000 Undergrads Across The Nation, Including 251 At Our Own University Of Tennessee Knoxville. The Poll’s Results, Released Last Fall, Covered Multiple Topics Regarding Free Speech, From Students’ Personal Beliefs To The Public Views Of Others. The Data Aids In Understanding The Broad Views Of UT’s Student Body. While I Strongly Recommend Taking A Look For Yourself, Here Are A Few Survey Results That Are Very Indicative Of Students’ Opinions On Free Speech.

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Representatives Of The Heartland Institute Testify In Support Of Social Media Common Carrier Bill

Representative Dennis Powers’ Bill That Seeks To Designate Social Media Platforms As Common Carriers And Prescribe Fines For Deplatforming And Shadow-Banning Users Has Been Rolled For Two Weeks While Some Amendments Are Fine-tuned.

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Top 7 News Stories This Week For Conservatives In Tennessee!

1) Free-Speech Social Media Platform To Move HQ To Nashville
2) Nashville Nurses Denied Religious Exemptions At Saint Thomas Hospitals
3) Greer To Allow “Documented” Exemptions To Knox Schools Mask Mandate But With Additional Step
4) Food And Gas Prices Reach New Heights
5) Pandemic Shutdowns Created ‘Lost Generation’ That Will Impact Careers, Mental Health
6) TN Treasurer Strongly Opposes IRS Bank Account Monitoring Proposal
7) Lee Commits To Revamping TN’s K-12 School Funding Formula

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74% Of Professors Targeted For Unpopular Speech Or Research End Up Punished By Administrators

Attempts To Sanction Scholars For Their Speech, Research Or Teaching Practices Have Skyrocketed Since 2015, With About Three In Four Campaigns Leading To Some Form Of Professional Sanction – Including Termination – According To A New Report By The Foundation For Individual Rights In Education.

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Blackburn, Judiciary Republicans Push Back On Free Speech Crackdown Of Parents Protesting School Boards

U.S. Senators Marsha Blackburn And Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), Along With All Republican Members Of The Senate Judiciary Committee, Excoriated The Department Of Justice (DOJ) For Threatening The Use Of Federal Law Enforcement To Deter Parents’ Free Speech.

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