Tennessee Can Do More To Protect Medical Freedoms

Most People Know By Now That Our General Assembly Failed To Pass Sweeping Legislation To Protect The Liberties And Privacy Of Tennesseans From Vaccine Passports And Requirements. Largely Because Of Bill Lee’s Opposition, Effort After Effort To Secure Our Health Freedoms Failed To Gain Support In Our Legislature, Leaving Tennesseans Vulnerable To Vaccine Mandates By Businesses, Schools, And Non-Profits.

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Republicans & Dems Break Fundraising Records Ahead Of 2022

The Two Largest Political Party Committees Are Stockpiling Record Amounts Of Cash Ahead Of The 2022 Midterms And Laying The Groundwork For An Expensive 2024 Clash.

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Red States Unite In Rejecting Federal Unemployment Benefits

Red States Around The Nation Are Rejecting Supplemental Federal Unemployment Benefits, Saying The $300 In Additional Weekly Pay On Top Of State Benefits Has Made It Nearly Impossible For Employers To Hire.

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Nigel Farage On Conservatism Post COVID-19, American Governors & Trump

Former British Politician And Conservative Grassroots Organizer Nigel Farage Is Touring The U.S With Freedomworks To Breathe Life Back Into Conservatives After What He Called A “Pretty Rotten Six Months” Since Democrats Reclaimed The Oval Office In January.

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Battle Lines Drawn Over Taxpayer Funding Of Critical Race Theory

A Grassroots Group Of Conservatives And Republican State Leaders Is Pushing Back After The Biden Administration Tied Federal Education Funding To Adopting Controversial Critical Race Theory Teachings In Schools’ Curriculum.

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Arizona Congressman Introduces Federal Ban On COVID-19 Passports

Arizona Congressman Andy Biggs Is Seeking To Preempt Any Federal Attempt To Create A COVID-19 Vaccine Passport. The No Vaccine Passports Act Would Ban Federal Agencies From Issuing Any Standardized Document Saying An American Citizen Has Been Vaccinated. It Also Would Keep Federal Entities From Requiring Any Type Of…

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Blue States Scramble To Loosen Restrictions After Red States’ Success

State Re-openings Around The Country Appear To Be Pressuring States – Particularly Northern States With Democratic Governors, To Soften Their Stances On Mitigations. Now, With Vaccines Promised To The Nation By May 1, Governors Who Had Dug In Are Relenting On Mitigations. Some More Slowly Than Others.

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Southern States Outperforming Northern States Amid COVID-19

Southern States Are Teaching Their Children And Allowing Them To Live Somewhat Normal Lives. They Are Following The Science And Data That Has Said From The Beginning That Children Are Not Vectors For COVID-19. People Are Working Here – Going About Their Business And Making A Living, Providing For Their Families. The Burden On The Systems Is Lower Here Because Of That.

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Florida Governor Says That White House Statement On Florida’s COVID Vaccine Doses Was ‘Disingenuous’

Roughly 900,000 Of About 1.4 million Unused Vaccine Doses Are Reserved As Second Doses For Residents Age 65 And Older.

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Pushback On Biden Administration Begins In The States

In his first two days in office, Biden issued 17 executive orders, and he hasn’t slowed down just yet. In almost every case, the order sought to specifically undo something that had been done during the tenure of his predecessor, 45th President Donald Trump. In the private sector, businesses pressured – internally or externally – to change direction often succumb to a practice of hiring an opposite in roles of authority and leadership. Subconsciously or consciously, these companies hire people whose talents, attitudes, and personalities are precisely the opposite of the person who previously held the position. Elections – specifically the actions of those elected – have ramifications.

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