An Unexpected Email, How Conservative Candidates Fared at The Polls, Dems Vote Down GOP, Woke UT, It Can Happen In TN & More!

• An Unexpected Email
• How The Tennessee Conservative Candidate Picks Fared At The Polls
• Democratic Majority On Nashville Metro Council Votes Against 2024 GOP Convention
• University Of Tennessee’s 2022 Political Spending Heavily In Favor Of Liberals, Democrats
• Blount County ‘Family Friendly’ Pride Festival With Activities For Children: “I Cannot Believe This Is Happening Here.”
• Parents Must Opt In To Allow Children Access To Mature Reading List After Parents Successfully Lobby School Board
• Students Support High School Boy Who Spoke Out About Ideological Issues In The Classroom

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Legislature Could Hold Special Session To Go After Republican Convention

Key Republican Legislators Confirmed Friday They Are Considering Holding A Special Session To Bring The Republican Presidential Convention To Nashville And Possibly Penalize The Metro Nashville Council For Rejecting It.

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“Republicans Must Unite To Effect Change” Interview With Paris Dennard, Republican National Committee

In this interview with Paris Dennard, National Spokesperson and Director of Black Media Affairs for the Republican National Committee, we discuss some of the inventive strategies Republican governors and legislators have initiated to block Biden’s policies and what voters can do to move our nation back to energy independence that we experienced under the Trump Administration. Dennard also offers some interesting insight into how the upcoming midterms might play out for Republicans. This is an interview that you absolutely do not want to miss!

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Democrats Can’t Hide From Their Record On Defund The Police

In January, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki Mocked Those Concerned About Crime, Laughing And Flippantly Asking “Soft On Crime Consequences…What Does That Even Mean?” For Tennesseans, It Means 346 Homicides In Memphis Last Year Alone, The Deadliest Year On Record For Drug Overdoses In Nashville At 712 Reported Overdoses, And More Lives At Risk From Senseless Violence.

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New Unemployment Claims Fall Below Pre-Pandemic Levels

New Federal Jobs Data Shows The Number Of First-Time Filers For Unemployment Benefits Dropped To The Lowest Level In Decades. The Number Of Ongoing Unemployment Claims And Overall Unemployment, Though, Still Remain Higher Than Levels Before The Pandemic.

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As Biden Ponders More Regulations On Energy Producers, Gas Prices Reach New Heights

Gas Prices Nationwide Have Skyrocketed Even As The Biden Administration Considers New Energy Regulations, Raising Questions About The Energy Markets And The Federal Government’s Role In Protecting Consumer Costs.

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More Than Half Of U.S. States Vow To Fight Biden’s Vaccine Mandate

Twenty-Seven Republican Governors Or Attorneys General Have Vowed To Fight The Latest Executive Order issued By President Joe Biden Mandating That Over 80 Million Private Employees Receive COVID Vaccinations Or Undergo Weekly Testing, Or Their Employer Will Be Fined.

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Legal Challenges Await Biden’s Vaccine Mandate

President Joe Biden’s Controversial Vaccine Mandate Has Sparked Major Pushback And Talks Of Legal Challenges, Likely Setting Up A Tense Court Battle That Could Go All The Way To The U.S. Supreme Court.

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Athens Area Chamber Event To Feature Trump’s White House Press Secretary

The Athens Area Chamber Of Commerce’s 15th Annual Benefit Is Set To Feature Guest Speaker, Kayleigh McEnany, Who Served As The 33rd White House Press Secretary For The Trump Administration From April 2020 To January 2021.

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