Good Doctors of the World: This Is What You’re Up Against

The Constant Upheaval And Waves Of Change Over The Last Two Years Have Taken Their Toll On Many. Contents And Portions Of Lives Have Been Lost, Broken, And Some Necessarily Discarded. Nowhere Is That Seen More Clearly Than In The World Of Health And Medicine.

We Need Honest, Thoughtful, Humble Healthcare Providers. We Do Not Need And Can No Longer Tolerate, As A Society, Doctors Who Worship At The Altar Of Organizations Who No Longer Have The Best Interests, Health, And Well-Being Of Individual Patients At The Center Of Their Model.

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Tennessee Colleges See Record Decline In Enrollment Of High School Graduates

Many Tennessee Parents Are Hesitant To Send Their Children To The State’s Public Universities Because Many Of These Institutes Of Higher Education Have Become A Forum For Activists To Force Concepts Like Critical Race Theory Or Social-Emotional Learning On Students. Recent Reports Show That Only About Half Of High School Graduates In The State Are Going To College.

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Federal Judge Halts Biden Administration From Revoking Title 42 Immigration Enforcement

A Federal Judge In Louisiana On Friday Stopped The Biden Administration From Revoking Title 42, A Public Health Authority That Allows Illegal Immigrants To Be Quickly Deported During A Health Emergency Like The Covid-19 Pandemic.

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Tennessee: The America We Need

If You Told Us Before 2020 We Would Be Sharing Our Story Of Moving Our Family Of 6 From Northern California To Middle Tennessee, My Husband And I Would Have Had A Very Good Laugh! And Yet, Here We Are! In October Of 2021, My Husband And I, Together With Our Four Children, Packed Up All Of Our Worldly Possessions And Made That Long Journey Across The Country To Our New Home In Columbia, Tennessee.

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Remote Learning A ‘Primary Driver’ Of Widening Achievement Gaps

A New Working Paper Analyzed Testing Data From 2.1 Million Students In 49 States Plus D.C. And Found That “Remote Instruction Was A Primary Driver Of Widening Achievement Gaps.”

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Vanderbilt Professor Delivers ‘Dying Of Whiteness’ Lecture At Cornell

A Vanderbilt University Professor Delivered A Speech Called “Dying Of Whiteness: How The Politics Of Racial Resentment Shaped The American Pandemic” At Cornell University On March 29. Racist Whites Don’t Want Free Healthcare Because It Helps Minorities, Professor Says.

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Knoxville Hospital Uses COVID As Liability Shield For Suit Over Fatal Medical Mistake

A Knoxville Hospital Is Trying To Use The Covid-19 Pandemic To Shield Itself From Liability For A Nurse’s Fatal Medication Administration Mistake, Court Records Show.

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Study Highlights High Costs, Limited Benefits Of Government Pandemic Restrictions

An Analysis From Johns Hopkins University Found Government Restrictions Intended To Slow The Spread Of Covid-19 Came With High Economic And Social Costs And Limited Public Health Benefits.

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