East Tennessee Republicans Unite To Re-Elect Pody

On Monday, October 11th, Forty To Fifty Republicans Met For Breakfast At The Bearden Event Center In Knoxville To Commemorate The Reelection Campaign Of Senator Mark Pody (R-Lebanon).

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West Knox Republicans Censure Their State Representative, Eddie Mannis

The West Knox Republican Club (WKRC) At Its June 2021 Meeting Censured Tennessee House Rep. Eddie Mannis (R-Knoxville) For His Consistent Opposition To Conservative Efforts In The 112th General Assembly, Repeatedly Opposing Republican Legislation And Conservative Principles, And For His Promotion Of Leftist Ideology.

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Knox Kids Isolated, Segregated For Refusing Masks

Reports Are Coming In That Children In Knox County Schools That Are Choosing To Not Wear Masks Are Being Placed Into “Holding Areas,” Isolated From Other Children.

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3M Employee Speaks Out For 1000’s Of Tennessee Workers

Following the Announcement On September 9th, 2021 Of Two Planned Executive Orders Mandating Injections Of Experimental COVID-19 Vaccines, A Message Was Distributed From Our Headquarters Stating 3M Would “Comply” With The Executive Orders Due To Having More Than 100 Employees And Because 3M Is A Federal Contractor (Thus Meaning No Option For Weekly COVID-19 Testing In Lieu Of Experimental Vaccination). There Was No Hesitation, No Gathering Of Employees’ Opinions, And No Other Steps Taken That Would Support 3m’s Claim Of Being “Inclusive”. It’s Simply Blatant Discrimination And Corporate Bullying.

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Governor Lee Asks For Greater Transparency In Afghan Resettlement

Governor Lee Is Asking White House For Transparency As TN Prepares For At Least 415 Refugees From Afghanistan. An Email Sent By The U.S. Department Of State’s Afghan Placement And Assistance Program Provided Lee’s Office With An Estimated Number Of Refugees To Expect But Also Told Them To Anticipate That The Number Would Increase.

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TN Health Agencies Offer Public Health Spending Proposals For Upcoming Fed Relief

Tennessee Agencies Made Their Pitches Last Week For Public Health Capital Projects That Would Qualify For Funding From Federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Relief.

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Lee Authorized Afghan Refugee Resettlement Across Tennessee

Although Lee Has Stated That The Federal Government Owes Americans A Plan Before Anything Can Be Considered In Regards To Taking Afghan Refugees, His Previously Stated Open-Door Policy For Welcoming Refugees Appears To Be Alive And Well As They Are Currently Arriving And Being Relocated Within The State.

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Afghan Refugee Vetting Process In Question While TN Targeted For Resettlement

As Governor Lee’s Administration Refuses To Comment About Their Stance On The Influx Of Afghan Refugees Being Relocated To Tennessee, House Speaker Cameron Sexton Voices His Distrust In The Biden Administration’s Vetting Process.

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Knoxville Soldier Among Those Killed In Terrorist Attack

A Soldier From Knoxville, Tennessee Was Among The 13 Army Service Members Killed In A Terrorist Attack On Thursday, August 26. Ryan Knauss Was A 23-Year-Old Army Staff Sergeant Who Graduated From Gibbs High School. On Friday, His Grandfather Wayne Knauss Announced Ryan Was One Of The Fatalities From The Suicide Bomber And Gunman Attack.

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