‘Bigotry & Lies:’ Cruz Blasts Federal Funding For ‘Structural Racism’ Sleep Research

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, Blasted A Recently Uncovered Research Program After Reporting Showed More Than A Million Dollars In Taxpayer Funds Were Appropriated To Find Evidence That Racism Is To Blame For Poor Sleep In Minority Communities.

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Feds Paid Nearly $1.2 Million To Study If Poor Sleep Is Caused By Racism

The National Institutes Of Health Has Issued More Than A Million Dollars Via Taxpayer-Funded Medical Research Grants To Find Evidence That Racism Is To Blame For Poor Sleep In Minority Communities.

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Sumner County School Board Votes To Keep Book Featuring “BLM Propaganda”

In A Nearly Four Hour Sumner County School Board Meeting Held October 18th, 2022, Community Stakeholders And Parents Passionately Shared Their Views Over A Book That Was Challenged By A Parent For Espousing Divisive Concepts.

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Woke Chattanooga Chamber President And CEO Accepts New Job in Oklahoma City

Christy Gillenwater Has Been A Continual Source Of Contention In Her Five Years As President And CEO Of The Chattanooga Area Chamber Of Commerce, But She Is Now Moving To Oklahoma City For A Similar Position.

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TN RINOs Killed Bill That Would Have Prevented Vanderbilt’s Mutilation of Minors, ‘Republicans’ Acting Like Democrats, Public Schools Bypassing TN Law + More! -TennCon’s Big 7

1) TN RINOs Killed Bill That Would Have Prevented Vanderbilt’s Mutilation of Minors – Now Leadership Reverses Course
2) Blount County Republican Women’s President Stands By Her Principles, Resigns After Ultimatum Issued By TN RINOs
3) Williamson County GOP Chair Claims Racism Is Cause For Critical Examination Of Special Nomination Convention
4) New LGBTQ School Club In Tennessee Middle School Includes Polyamory Flag
5) Resource Book Available In Tennessee High School Teaches Students How To Argue With “Homophobic Christians”
6) Banned Books Video Played In Class Suggests Parents Are Wrong For Wanting To Shield Kids From Sexually Explicit Content
7) Tennessee Citizens Push Back Against ETSU’s Request For Blanket Authority To Mandate Vaccines

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Williamson County GOP Chair Claims Racism Is Cause For Critical Examination Of Special Nomination Convention

A Social Media Post Of An Op-Ed That Featured A Breakdown Of The Williamson County Special Nomination Convention For District 7 Commission Prompted Williamson County GOP Chair, Cheryl D. Brown To Claim Racism And Conspiracy In Conservative Media.

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Left-Wing Chattanooga Activist Loses City Council Race By 70 Votes

Yesterday, District 8 Voters In Chattanooga Decided Whether Activist Marie Mott Or Marvene Noel Should Represent Them On The Chattanooga City Council. In The Runoff Election, The Final Vote Count Came In With Noel Receiving 400 Votes And Mott Receiving 330.

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Tennessee Eagle Forum’s “On Eagles Wings” Event Coming Up October 8th

The Tennessee Eagle Forum Will Be Hosting Their 2022 “On Eagles Wings” Event In Franklin, Tennessee On October 8th With An Array Of Speakers And Attendance And Donation Levels.

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Metro Nashville School Board Unanimously Approves “Equity” Program For Advanced Placement Classes

Last Week, The Metro Nashville Board Of Education Unanimously Passed A Resolution To Address What They Call Racial Inequities In Advanced Placement Courses In Public Schools.

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New Racism, Woke Nashville, Critical Race Theory, Blanket Authority To Mandate, Welcoming Illegal Aliens & More! -TennCon’s Big 7

1) Critics Say Republican Majority In General Assembly Slow To Address Anti-White Crisis At Publicly Funded University
2) City of Nashville To Give Tax Breaks To Companies Who Cover Out Of State Abortion Expenses For Employees
3) Nashville All-Girls School Pauses Gender Diversity Policy To Admit Boys Who Identify As Girls
4) Latest ESSER Surveys Ask Stakeholders To Rank How Important Mental Health Services Are In Schools
5) East TN State University Requests Blanket Authority To Mandate Vaccines For Future Outbreaks
6) Report Questions Tennessee Public School’s Spending Of $3.5B In Pandemic Relief Funds
7) Chattanooga Requests Coordination With Bus Company Dropping Off Immigrants So The City Can Accommodate Their Needs

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