Why I’m Not Voting For Bill Lee…(Op-Ed)

Please Read This Op-Ed Until The Very End Before Leaving Your Comments. First, I Voted For Bill Lee 4- Years Ago Because He Made Me 10 Promises. What He Called The “10 For Tenn” Campaign Promises. In This Op-Ed, I Will List Those Publicly-Made Promises And Let You Make Up Your Own Mind. Did He Deliver? Or Did He Lie About His Intentions To Get Elected? Second, I Am A Conservative – Not A Republican. We Have Lots Of “Republicans” In Nashville And In Our State Party, Few Conservatives. Here Are The Promises Of Bill Lee. He Said He Would…

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Nation’s Report Card Shows Shelby County Schools Have Greatest Decline In The Country

Newly Released Data Places Shelby County Schools With Some Of The Biggest Drops In Math And Reading Scores Across The Country, According To The “Nation’s Report Card.”

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New Study Proves That Homeschoolers Excel In Social Skills Over Public School Students

A Recent Study Seeks To Answer The Most Dreaded Of All Questions Put To Most Homeschool Parents – “But What About Socialization?” National Home Education Research Institute (NHERI) Put Together A Review Of The Findings From Israeli Scholars, Michal Unger Madara And Iris BenDavid-Hadar Earlier This Month.

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Independent Think Tank Says More Masks On The Horizon For Tennessee Schools Because Of Strings Attached To ESSER Funding

In A White Paper Summary Released This Year, TN Liberty Network Details How The Federal Government Uses Covid Relief Money Via Elementary And Secondary School
Emergency Relief (ESSER) Funds “To Coerce K-12 Public School Compliance With CDC-Related Requirements, Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Requirements, And Mental Health Requirements.”

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Republicans Pressure Education Secretary On School Choice Restrictions

Republican U.S. Senators On Tuesday Questioned Secretary Of Education Miguel Cardona On The Issue Of School Choice In The Public Education System.

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INTERVIEW With Rep. Greg Vital – A Fresh Perspective On The Legislature From A Tennessee Businessman

Representative Greg Vital (R-Harrison-District 29) shares his experiences about his first term in the Tennessee Legislature from the unique perspective that comes from being a Tennessee businessman.

Vital talks about the huge number of bills that are introduced but never make it to the floor for a vote and what constituents can do to help the pieces of legislation they care about to move forward.

He also talks about the importance of striking a balance between conservation and development, the significant need to appraise Tennessee’s public education system and the creep away from the morals and values that made our State and our Nation great.

All this and more in an interview you absolutely do not want to miss!

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