Conservative Journalist Ordered To Appear At Hearing That May Violate Tennessee Law Protecting Reporters

A Conservative Journalist Has Been Ordered To Appear At A Show Cause Hearing On June 17th, 2024 That May Violate A State Law Protecting Reporters.

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Vanderbilt Says Arrest Of Reporter Not An Attack On First Amendment Following Independent Investigation

Following An Independent Review Of Their Decision To Have A News Reporter Arrested For Criminal Trespassing, Vanderbilt University Says The Arrest “Was Not Done To Impede Or Prevent A Reporter From Covering The Protest And, Thus, Was Not Contrary To Its Values To Support And Encourage The First Amendment Freedoms Of Speech, Assembly, And Press.”

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24 Republican Governors, Including Tennessee’s Bill Lee, Sign Letter Opposing WHO Treaty

The Republican Governors Of Two Dozen States, Including Tennessee, Penned A Letter To President Joe Biden Opposing The World Health Organization’s Proposed “Pandemic Agreement,” Which They Said Could “Undermine National Sovereignty” And States’ Rights.

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Ferrell Haile Running For Reelection: A Look At His Voting Record

As The 2024 Elections Get Closer, It Is Important To Remember That There Is A Difference Between A Politician With An “R” Next To Their Name And A True Conservative. It’s Easy To Look At Some Of Senator Ferrell Haile’s Votes And Conclude That He Stands For Conservative Values. However, To Adopt The Language Of Fellow RINO Sen. Todd Gardenhire, “The Devil Was In The Details.”

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Patsy Hazlewood Running For Reelection: A Look At Her Voting Record

Representative Patsy Hazlewood (R-Signal Mountain-District 27) Is Running For Reelection In 2024. A Look At Her Recent Voting Record Shows That While She Is A Republican, She Is Far From Being A True Conservative.

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Prayer Activism Movement Calls For Stand At Tennessee State Capitol This Saturday

#DontMessWithOurKids Has Organized A Day Of Prayer This Saturday, April 13, In Nashville, Tennessee And At All 50 State Capitols And The District Of Columbia. The Movement States, “We’ve Lost The Right To Govern Our Children’s Medical Care, The Right To Raise Them Up In Sexual Purity, The Right To Worship, And The Right To The Freedom Of Speech. Enough Is Enough.”

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City Of Franklin BOMA Votes Unanimously To Allow Pride Festival In Public Park Amid Multi-Million Lawsuits Against City Due To Events From Last Year’s Festival

This Week, The City Of Franklin BOMA (Board Of Mayor And Alderman) Voted Unanimously To Grant A Permit To Franklin Pride For Them To Hold Their Annual Pride Festival In Harlinsdale Park, A Public Park Owned And Managed By The City Of Franklin.

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Annual Report Ranks Free Speech Policies Of Tennessee Universities

An Annual Report From The Foundation For Individual Rights And Expression Says That Only One Tennessee Public University Is Strong When It Comes To Free Speech Policies On Campus.

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