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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Tennessee Attorney General Challenges Biden’s Vaccine Mandate

In A Letter Sent To President Joe Biden On Thursday, Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery Said He Believes The President’s COVID-19 Vaccination Mandate On Private Employers Violates Federal Law.

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Chattanooga Resident Banned From Mellow Mushroom

On May 29th, A Chattanooga Resident Learned He Was Banned From Being Served At Mellow Mushroom Due To The Belief That He Had Contributed To A Covid-19 Exposure In The Restaurant. Some Believe The Ban Actually Stemmed From A Political Conversation…

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Hagerty Introduces Bill to Combat Big Tech Censorship

United States Senator Bill Hagerty (R-TN) Has Introduced The 21st Century Foundation For The Right To Express And Engage In Speech Act. The Act puts The American People, Rather Than Big Tech Corporations, In Charge Of What They Say Or Hear In Today’s Public Square.

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Trump Acquitted Again Of Impeachment Charges

On Saturday, Former President Donald Trump Was Acquitted Of An Impeachment Charge That He Incited The Jan.6 Storming Of The Capitol In Washington D.C. It Is The Second Time In A Year The U.S. Senate Determined Trump Was Not Guilty Of Impeachment Charges Brought By The Democrat-Controlled House.

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