Tennessee House Republicans Have Voted To Keep Their Top Leadership Roles Filled With The Same Representatives As The 112th General Assembly With Only One Change In The Lineup.Read more
Governor Bill Lee’s Administration Says He Has No Intention Of Pardoning Individuals Who Have Been Convicted Of Possessing Marijuana In Tennessee, Even Though President Joe Biden Is Pushing For Governors To Do So.Read more
Speaker Cameron Sexton, Majority Leader William Lamberth And Republican Caucus Chair Jeremy Faison Signed Their Names To A Letter Penned By Representative Jason Zachary Urging Governor Lee To Block The Tennessee Department Of Health From “Distributing, Promoting Or Recommending” The Covid-19 Vaccine For Children Under Five Years Of Age.Read more
Two Legislative Staff Members Suspended Since An FBI Raid On The Cordell Hull Building In January 2021 Are Being Fired, Just Days After Rep. Robin Smith Resigned Her Post And Pleaded Guilty To Wire Fraud.Read more
Life will put you in strange places. Places you never thought you would be and often in places you’d prefer not to go. Uncomfortable places.
I’ll bet our nation’s Founders felt the same way, though no one is currently looking to hang me for treason. At least not yet…
Starting today, and to the degree time will allow, I’m going to start giving you a “sneak peek” behind the scenes of what I do.
Consider this a sort of “diary entry.” We’ll just call it “Brandon’s Brain” for now. This is the first edition. Years later, if we’re still around, you can say you were the first to read it… before it became the cool thing to do as a Conservative in Tennessee.
This will not be anything “comprehensive.” It can’t be considering your time and mine is limited. However, what I hope I can do is cut through all the main-stream-media lies and tell you like it is.
So, what’s on my mind? Here we go…
Representative Bruce Griffey’s Bill To Eliminate Required Critical Race Theory And Associated Training From Tennessee Workplaces Was Relegated To A Summer Study By The House Banking And Consumer Affairs Subcommittee Yesterday, February 23rd.Read more
Two Republican Lawmakers Have Filed A New Bill That Would Potentially Allow Schools To Choose Virtual Or Remote Learning In The Case Of Severe Weather Or Outbreaks Of Serious Illness. They Are Aiming To Return Those Powers To Local Districts Instead Of Leaving Them In The Hands Of The State.Read more
The Tennessee House Passed New State House, State Senate And Congressional Legislative District Maps Monday Evening.Read more
The Yes On 1 Committee Has Announced Its Regional And Local Leadership Team, Naming A County Chairman In All 95 Tennessee Counties. Yes On 1 Will Advocate For Amendment 1 To Place Right-To-Work In The Tennessee Constitution, Which Will Appear On The Ballot On November 8, 2022. Right-To-Work Says That Tennesseans Cannot Be Forced To Join A Union And Pay Dues In Order To Get Or Keep Their Job.Read more
President Joe Biden’s Executive Order Requiring Businesses With 100 Or More Employees To Require Vaccinations Against COVID-19 Received A Strong Response From Tennessee Republicans And Business Organizations.Read more