Rutherford County Schools Mask Policy Must Be Suspended

An Attorney For Rutherford County Schools (RCS) Has Confirmed That No Record Of A Mask Policy Being Filed Through A Policy Committee Or The Director Of Schools Exists. This Step Is Required Before Bringing Any Policy Before The Public Or Enacting Any RCS Policy Changes. Because The Proper Process Was Not Followed, The Mask Policy Changes Discussed In RCS Board Meetings Last Week Must Be Suspended.

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Ignominious: Op-Ed By James V. Ferguson, MD

For Some Time I Have Been Distressed About Our Civil War. The Armies Arrayed Against Our Country Are Formidable, And Transcend Foreign Powers Like China. I Will Again Quote Jesus Who Said, “A House Divided Against Itself, Cannot Stand.” It Is Obvious That We Are At War With Ourselves Which Is Causing Catastrophic Destruction. How Can You Reach Across The Aisle To Those Who Engineered The Border Crisis With 1.6 Million Illegals This Year, The Afghanistan Surrender, Promotion Of Racism With CRT And BLM, As Well As Other Progressive-Socialist Destructive Policies?

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Parent Wins Victory For Rutherford County Middle School Students

Earlier This Week, A Rutherford County Parent Reported That A Sign Was Displayed In A Classroom Of Smyrna Middle School That Outlined Many Left-Leaning Agendas. The Concerned Parent Reached Out To The Respective Rutherford County School Board Member With The Information And Yesterday, August 24th, The Tennessee Conservative Reached Out To The Principal Of Smyrna Middle School For Comment.

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Cities In Red States Show Best Economic Recovery From Pandemic

As The Country Continues To Climb Back From More Than A Year Of An Economic Downward Spiral During The COVID-19 Pandemic, Cities In States With Republican-Led Governors That Imposed Fewer Restrictions Are Experiencing A Faster And More Robust Comeback.

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Williamson Medical Center Punishes Staff for Refusing Unproven Covid-19 Vaccines

The Williamson Medical Center (WMC) In Franklin, Tennessee Has Created A New Policy Punishing Staff Members Refusing The Covid-19 Vaccine Which Has Yet To Be FDA Approved By Standard Channels.

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21 Attorneys General Fear American Rescue Plan Could Hijack State Tax Policy

The Attorneys General Sent A Letter This Week To Treasury Secretary To Confirm That Provisions In The American Rescue Plan Do Not Attempt To Strip States Of Their Sovereign Authority. They Argue Language In The Act Is Too Broad And Could Be Interpreted As A Blanket Policy.

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Biden Regulations Impact New Mexico Worse Than Texas In Permian Basin

On The New Mexico Side, Half Of The Oil And Gas Produced In The Permian Basin Occurs On Federal Land. On The Texas Side, Roughly 3 Million Barrels Of Oil Were Produced Daily, But On Private And State-Owned Land.

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18 States Seek To Stop California From Establishing A Nationwide Climate Change Policy

Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita And 17 Other States Want To Stop What Looks Like California’s Attempt To Establish A Nationwide Climate Change Policy, And They Hope The U.S. Supreme Court Will Help.

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Rep. Robin Smith, Lobbyists & 6 Republicans Kill Religious Objections Bill

House Bill 10, A Law Protecting Religious Objections To Compulsory Vaccination Or Medical Procedures In Employment And Other Situations, Died In A House Subcommittee On Tuesday.

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House Democrats $1.9 Trillion Coronavirus Bill Waste of Taxpayer Money, Full Of Pork

The Democrats’ $1.9 Trillion Emergency Relief Bill – Which Is Up For Vote Friday – Includes A Slew Of Bailout Money For State Governments Unrelated To The Pandemic, Opponents Say.

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