The RINO Report, 98% Think Primaries Should Be Closed, Abortion Stymied, Medical Freedom, TN Sovereignty & More! – The TennCon BIG 7 Weekend Digest!

1) Get the RINO Report Now!
2) Almost 98% Of Tennessee Republican Primary Voters Believe Open Primaries Should Be Closed
3) Tennessee Abortion Clinics Stymied After Injunction Against “Heartbeat” Law Lifted
4) TN-5 Candidates Give Their Views On The Rights Of Tennessee National Guardsmen
5) American Policy Center Sounds Alarm About Danger Of National Heritage Act To Tennessee Sovereignty
6) Tennessee Congresswoman Introduces Act To Halt USDA’s Woke Agenda In Public Schools
7) Athens, TN Teacher Of The Year Busted For Burglary, Drug Possession And Trespassing

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Nashville Turns On Illegal Aliens Magnet, CMA Bans Rebel Flag, Mayor Cooper Shamed + The Big 7!

1) Metro Nashville City Council Creates Another Magnet For Illegal Aliens To Come To Tennessee
2) Country Music Association Bans Confederate Imagery For 2022 Festival
3) Tax Breaks Total $280 Million Amid Sky-Rocketing Revenues
4) Tennessee Stadium’s Proposed $1.5B Public Subsidy Far Surpasses Any Prior NFL Stadium
5) Nashville Group Publicly Shames Mayor Cooper For Refusing To Clean Up Homeless Encampment
6) Tennessee Slapped With Suit Alleging Failure To Give Veterans Employment Preferences
7) Governor Lee Introduces Executive Order To Appraise Safety At Public Schools

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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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Tennesseans Invited To Respond To Proposed Rules On Public School Funding Formula

The Tennessee Department Of Education Recently Released The Proposed Rules To Implement The Tennessee Investment In Student Achievement (TISA) Act. Informed By Input From A Variety Of Stakeholders—Parents, Educators, Superintendents, And Business And Community Leaders— All Tennesseans Are Now Encouraged To Submit Public Comment On The Proposed Rules By Tuesday, August 2, 2022.

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Appeals Court Revives Girls’ Videoed Sexual Abuse Lawsuits Against Nashville Schools

A Divided Federal Appellate Court On Thursday Resurrected A Lawsuit Filed Against Metro Nashville Public Schools By The Parents Of Two Students Who Were Sexually Assaulted And Videos Of Their Attacks Posted Online In Two Different Incidents At Two Different High Schools.

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HUGE TN Supreme Court Ruling for School Choice, Down Enrollment, Starbuck, NFL Welfare, Drugs in Nashvegas – Big 7 Weekend Digest!

1) TN Supreme Court Says Governor Lee’s Voucher Program Not a Violation of Home Rule Protections
2) Sullivan County Schools Advertising To Try and Sway Students to Enroll
3) TN Law To Protect Students From Digital Obscenity & Pornography To Go Into Effect For Fall Semester
4) Federal Judge Denies Starbuck’s Request To Get Back On The Ballot In Tennessee Congressional Race
5) New Tennessee Titans Stadium Listed As $2.2B Expense In Nashville Budget Document
6) Semantics Allows Youth In Juvenile Detention Facilities To Endure Solitary Confinement Despite New Law
7) Three Nashvillians Plead Guilty To Smuggling Drugs For Mexican Cartel

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Titans Stadium Funding, District 5 Court Battles & Advertising For Public Schools With Brandon Lewis & Alex Abernathy

Brandon Lewis Of The Tennessee Conservative Joins The Alex Abernathy Show To Discuss Court Battles Over Tennessee’s 5th Congressional District, A Lack Of Transparency In Titans Stadium Funding, And Advertising For Public Schools.

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Congresswoman Harshbarger’s Frank Talk On School Reform, Illegal Immigration, Inflation, Ukraine & More

It’s a rare thing to find: An elected official who tells it like it is. In this interview, Congresswoman Harshbarger sounds the alarm on obscene materials in public schools, the crisis at the border, inflation and how it all impacts Tennessee. Plus, she has advice on what Conservatives in the Volunteer state should do about it. Grab your popcorn. This is well worth the watch.

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