Vanderbilt Study Finds Tennesseans Divided On Issues But United In Pride

According To A Recent Poll Conducted By Researchers At Vanderbilt University, Tennessee Residents Have Strong American Pride, But They Are Divided In Their Thoughts On A Number Of Important Social And Cultural Issues.

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How Many People Work For The Government In Tennessee?

Tennessee Has The 12th lowest Share Of All States For The Percentage Of The Workforce Employed By The Government. States With A Larger Than Typical Share Of Public Sector Workers Often Have Higher Than Average Government Spending On A Per Capita Basis — And Vise-versa. Tennessee Is No Exception.

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Feds To Pay Hundreds Per Child To American Families; Critics Fear Economic Fallout

Americans With Children Will Begin Receiving Checks From The Internal Revenue Service In A Few Weeks, But Economists Worry The Payments Could Have Long-Term Economic Consequences.

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Podcast: What Should We Expect From Government, Leaders, and Ourselves?

Eric Buchanan And Clint Powell Are Joined By Professor And Attorney – Jason Eliot! They Talk About What We Should Expect From Government – What Makes A Good Leader – What Separates Party Lines – And Much More! Conversations Centered Around The American Experiment!

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Learn How To Effectively Advocate For Freedom At The Local, State & Federal Level

Americans For Prosperity Tennessee Is Offering Their Flagship Grassroots Certification Program For Free To Those Individuals Who Are Interested In Learning How To Effectively Advocate For Freedom At The Local, State And Federal Level.

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D.C. Statehood, Another Wrong Left Turn

The Left Wants To Make Washington D.C. A State For Only One Reason: To Get Two More Progressive Senators In Congress. Since The President’s Party Always Loses Seats During The Midterms, They Will Try To Force D.C. Statehood Through Congress By The Narrowest Of Fractions In The History Of The U.S. Not Only Do Most Americans Disagree That Our Capital Should Become A State; It’s Unconstitutional. D.C. Operates Under A Special Status Created In The Constitution. In 1790, The District Was Created On Land Ceded By Maryland And Virginia To The Federal Government As An Independent Territory. All States Agreed: For Government To Function Separately From The States It Must Be On Neutral Grounds.

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What Can Government Do To Help The Poor?

Government Has A Poor Track Record Of Directing Assistance To The Poor. Even Before COVID-19, The Federal Government Spent More Than $4 Trillion Per Year. Only A Small Fraction Of That, However, Was Allocated To Those In Poverty. There Is A Wide Range Of Federal, State And Local Programs That Actively Harm The Poor That Should Be Reformed. Rather Than Asking The Government To Create New Programs To Help The Poor, Something It Has A Rather Poor Track Record Of Achieving, Let’s First Ask It To Stop Doing Things We Know Actively Hurt The Poor. Yes, Government Can Do Something To Help The Poor. It Should Get Out Of The Way.

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Legislation Looks To Keep Government From Picking Winners & Losers Among Tennessee Businesses

Tennessee Lawmakers Are Considering Legislation That Would Prevent Government From Favoring Certain Businesses Over Others During A Health-related State Of Emergency.

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