Lawmakers Side With Navy SEALs Facing Discharge Over Biden’s Mandate

Dozens Of Lawmakers Announced Their Support For A Group Of Navy Seals Who Sued The Biden Administration Over A Vaccine Mandate That Is Forcing Them Out Of The Armed Services.

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Blackburn Secures Major Wins For Tennessee In National Defense Bill

U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn, A Member Of The Armed Services Committee, Voted For The Senate-Passed 2022 National Defense Authorization Act And Secured Major Wins For Tennessee.

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The Tennessee Conservative’s Big 7 Weekend Update 12.17.21

– Tennessee Senators Fear Curbing Illegal Immigration Within State Hopeless – Yet One Lawmaker Files Bill To Stop State Funding Of Students In U.S. Illegally
– Appeals Court Narrows Ruling On CMS Mandates Jeopardizing TN Health Care Workers
– Congress Passes $770 Billion Defense Bill, Allows Discharge Over Biden Mandate Refusal
– Williamson County Elementary Teacher Arrested For Sex Crimes Against Children
– Tennessee Bill Would Cut Sentence In Half For First Degree Murder
– Griffey Proposes Legislation To Repeal Tennessee’s Gas Tax

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Congress Passes $770 Billion Defense Bill, Allows Discharge Over Vaccine Refusal

The Bill Faced Several Points Of Contention, Including When A Contingent Of Republicans Fought To Include Language Protecting U.S. Service Members Who Refuse To Take The Covid Vaccine.

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DesJarlais Secures Over $175 Million In National Defense Funds For Tennessee

Congressman Scott DesJarlais From Tennessee Voted In Support Of The National Defense Authorization Act For Fiscal Year 2022. DesJarlais Secured Over $175 Million For Tennessee Based Projects.

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Republicans Vow To Fight White House Plan To Pay Illegal Immigrants

Congressional Republicans Say They Will Fight A White House Plan To Pay Up To $450,000 In Reparations To Migrants Separated From Their Families Under The Trump Administration After Entering The Country Illegally.

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DesJarlais On Monoclonal Antibodies, Red Flag Votes, The Border Crisis & State Rights [ Interview with Congressman Scott DesJarlais ]

In this interview, we talk about how the federal government has rationed Monoclonal Antibody treatments in Red States and “Red Flag” votes in the National Defense Authorization Act and how that plays out in the conference committee.
We also discuss the border crisis as it relates to national security and the state of Tennessee and the steady erosion of State Sovereignty.
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Tragedy Breeds Unity In The Volunteer State: Blackburn Op-Ed

While The Flooding Caused Irreversible Damage, It Also Commanded A United Response From Across The Volunteer State. Tennesseans Didn’t Wait To Be Asked — They Were The First To Act. Local Law Enforcement And First Responders Were Immediately Joined By Residents From Neighboring Communities Who Drove Cars Full Of Food, Water, And Weather Gear To Humphreys County.

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DesJarlais Withdraws Nuclear “No First Use” Amendment From National Defense Authorization Act

During The House Armed Services Committee Meeting On September 1st, Congressman Scott DesJarlais (R-TN-04) Withdrew His ‘No First Use’ Amendment (Log 844) From The National Defense Authorization Act Due To A Conflict With The Majority In The House Foreign Affairs Committee Preventing It From Receiving An Up Or Down Vote From The House Armed Services Committee.

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