Tennessee Attorney General Pushes to Stop Instagram For Kids

Tennessee’s Attorney General Is Teaming Up With A Group That Is Petitioning Facebook To Put A Halt To Its Plans To Design A Version Of Instagram For Children.

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Republicans Debate Breaking Up Big Tech After Trump’s Facebook Suspension

Many Republicans In Congress Have Reignited Their Calls To Break Up The Big Tech Companies After Facebook Announced Last Week They Would Maintain The Suspension Of Former President Donald Trump’s Account.

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861 Criminals, 92 Sex Offenders Encountered At Texas Border In Past Few Days

More Than 850 Criminals Have Been Encountered At The U.S. Border With Mexico This Year, Including 92 Sex Offenders And 63 Gang Members, A U.S. Border Patrol Agent Tweeted This Weekend.

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Tennessee Parole Officer Fired for Criticism of Covid and Liberal Justice Reform

My Name Is Jack Burke. In September 2020, I Was Fired From My Position With The State Of Tennessee After Years Of Exemplary Service. I Had Served The State As A Parole Officer For Several Years After Returning To Criminal Justice After 8 Years Of Service As A Deputy Sheriff. In 2020, I Spoke To A State Representative Here In Tennessee Regarding Very Liberal Reform Measures Taking Place In The Name Of Covid. As A Private Citizen, I Engaged This Representative In A Conversation And Posted My Concerns On Social Media. Two Days Following Our Conversation, I Was Called Into The Office, Stripped Of My Duty Weapon And Equipment And Paraded Around The Office As A Criminal. This Is My Story…

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Sunshine Creates More Government Transparency

Any Reading Of The Constitution Gives The Impression That Coverage Of Government Should be Relatively Simple. The Operations Of Government Should be Open And Clear. Whether The Story Is Focused On The Municipal Animal Control Or The Office Of The President, Government Should Operate With Full Transparency. Our Representatives And Their Staff Should Be Interested In Explaining Their Activity To Those Who Fund It. But Any Average American Who Has Questioned The Activity Of Their Local Dog Catcher Or Their State Legislature Or The Federal Government Knows That’s Too Often Not The Case.

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Tennessee Principal Sues Shelby County Schools For Violating First Amendment Rights

A Memphis-Area High School Principal Has Filed Suit Against Shelby County Schools For Violating First Amendment Rights After He Was Suspended For Telling Students Social Media & Technology Companies Pose A Threat To Free Speech.

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Litter Collection Picking Up In Chattanooga

Since The Onset Of The Pandemic, The Accumulation Of Litter Has Become A Significant Problem In The Scenic City But Things Are Starting To Look Hopeful Due To The Revitalized Efforts Of The Chattanooga Department Of Public Works.

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Tennessee Anti-Porn Activist’s ‘Stop Social Media Censorship Act’ Gains Traction In Missouri

A “Stop Social Media Censorship Act” Bill, Drafted By A Tennessee Activist, Has Been Circulating In State Capitols For Several Years With Little Traction But, As Of Tuesday, The Model Legislation Has Been Introduced In One Form Or Another In All 50 State Legislatures.

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Country Music Artist Faces Cancellations, Social Media Scorn For Breaking COVID Protocols

Morgan Wallen, Growing Country Music Celebrity From East Tennessee, Dropped From SNL & Record Label, Faces Social Media Backlash For Breaking COVID-19 Protocols, But Amid Controversy Song & Album Sales Spike 339% In Less Than A Week.

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