Keeping Politics Out of the Courtroom – Interview With Tennessee’s 21st Judicial District Circuit Court Candidate David Veile

Join The Tennessee Conservative’s Kelly Jackson As She Sits Down With Current Candidate For Circuit Court Judge For The 21st Judicial District, David Veile, As They Discuss The Topic Of Judicial Activism, And The Role Of Politics In Our Courts (Spoiler Alert, It Shouldn’t Have One!).

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Tennessee Parents Left With Limited TCAP Data Now That Letter Grades Are Out Until Sometime This Year

The Tennessee Department Of Education Says That TCAP Scores For Each School Will Be Available Through Their Website When They Release The 2023 Scores Sometime “In Early 2024.” For Now, This Leaves The Public With A Limited Amount Of Information Pertaining To Each School’s TCAP Scores Through The New Letter Grades System.

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Murfreesboro Woman Arrested For Allegedly Spearheading Human Trafficking Ring In Nashville, Over A Dozen Victims Identified

The Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation Has Announced That They Are Continuing To Investigate A Human Trafficking Ring In Middle Tennessee Following The Rescue Of Over A Dozen Victims Just Last Week.

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Tennessee Will Continue To Contract With Private Company Despite Bad Audit

Despite An Audit Showing A 146% Turnover Rate For Correctional Officers At Corecivic-Run Prisons In 2023, The State Will Continue To Contract With The Private Company, Correction Commissioner Frank Strada Said. CoreCivic Has Spent $3.3 Million On Lobbying And Donations To Tennessee Lawmakers Since 2009.

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Ten Middle Tennessee Men Arrested After Human Trafficking Investigation

As The Risk Of Human Trafficking Continues To Rise In Tennessee, The Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation Reports That Ten Middle Tennessee Men Have Been Arrested This Week On Allegations Of Seeking Commercial Sex From Minors.

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Human Trafficking A Real Concern For Tennesseans

A 2023 Report Has Been Released Highlighting Human Trafficking Risks In The State Of Tennessee. Every Region Has Counties That Are More Vulnerable To Human Trafficking Than Others, With West Tennessee And Upper East Tennessee Regions Both Falling Into The “Severe Risk Of Human Trafficking” Category.

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Even Red State Colleges Are Folding To Antisemitism. I Experienced It Firsthand. (Op-Ed)

As Editor-In-Chief Of My Student Newspaper At Middle Tennessee State University, I Tried To Publish A Profile Of A Student Worried About His Friends In Israel. The Fallout Was Typical.

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The Spirit Of Ted Baxter Is Alive And Well In NewsChannel 5’s Phil Williams (Op-Ed)

Nashville’s NewsChannel 5 Is Rapidly Becoming A Television Version Of The National Enquirer Thanks To Reporter Phil Williams, Whose Coverage Of Last Month’s Franklin Election More Closely Resembled The Legendary Ted Baxter Than The Work Of A Serious Investigative Reporter.

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