“It’s Woke Companies Vs. The Working Class” [Exclusive Interview with U.S. Rep. Diana Harshbarger]

Wow… it’s very rare to hear someone in elected office tell it like it is – much less someone elected at the federal level.
In this exclusive interview, Congresswoman Diana Harshbarger talks about personal freedom, state sovereignty and how we are in the fight of our lives for the next generation.
Is it really “all about control?” Watch this interview and judge for yourself. You don’t want to miss this.

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DesJarlais On Monoclonal Antibodies, Red Flag Votes, The Border Crisis & State Rights [ Interview with Congressman Scott DesJarlais ]

In this interview, we talk about how the federal government has rationed Monoclonal Antibody treatments in Red States and “Red Flag” votes in the National Defense Authorization Act and how that plays out in the conference committee.
We also discuss the border crisis as it relates to national security and the state of Tennessee and the steady erosion of State Sovereignty.
Watch, Share & Enjoy!

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Federal Court Rules In Favor Of Tennessee In ARPA Tax Mandate Lawsuit

A Federal Court Has Granted Tennessee And Kentucky Freedom On How To Distribute Funds From The American Rescue Plan Act.

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Does YOUR TN State Senator Protect Your Constitutional Rights??? TennCon BIG 7 Weekend Digest

1) Growing Numbers of Concerned TN Senators & GOP Leaders Call For Special Session as McNally Stonewalls
2) Lee Authorized Afghan Refugee Resettlement Across Tennessee
3) More Than Half Of U.S. States Vow To Fight Biden’s Vaccine Mandate Including Tennessee
4) Federal Appeals Court Blocks TN Ban On Abortions For Down Syndrome
5) AG Slatery Joins Efforts Opposing Federal Control Of State Elections
6) TN Banks Lack Trust In IRS With Customer’s Personal Financial Data
7) UTC Student Suspended For Not Complying With Mask Mandate

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AG Slatery Joins Efforts Opposing Federal Control Of State Elections

In A Letter To Congressional Leaders, TN Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III & 22 Other Attorneys General Warn That Legislation Under Consideration In Congress Would Allow The U.S. Dept. Of Justice To Federalize The Election System By Usurping The Authority States Rightly Possess Over The Administration Of Their Elections.

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TennCon’s BIG 7 Weekend Digest!… August 27, 2021

1) Nearly 8,700 Criminals Arrested At Southern Border In Past 10 Months, Including Repeat Sex Offenders
2) TN GOP Critical Of Lee’s Handling Of Covid By Executive Order
3) Report Finds Only 53% Of State Funding For Education Used In Classroom
4) Parent Wins Victory For Rutherford County Middle School Students
5) Tennessee Music Venues Disagree On COVID Policies
6) Voting Legislation Heads To U.S. Senate, Would Expand Fed Control Over Election Rules
7) Death Toll From Tennessee Flood Rises As Biden Approves Disaster Relief

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Hundreds Of Lawmakers Ask SCOTUS To Overturn Roe V Wade

A Law School Graduate Is Set To Submit An Amicus Brief To The U.S. Supreme Court Arguing Abortion Is A States’ Rights Issue. A Coalition Of Approximately 22 Pro-Life Groups And Several Legislators Collected Signatures From More Than 300 Lawmakers In 35 States Are In Support Of The Brief.

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Senate Republicans Block Controversial Voting Measure With Filibuster

U.S. Senate Republicans Used A Filibuster To Block Debate On The Democrat-Led “For The People Act,” Which Would Have Federalized Several Aspects Of Elections And Taken Away The Power Of State Governments To Determine Their Congressional Redistricting, Giving That Power To Independent Commissions.

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Who Is Your State Attorney General Working For?

With A Deluge Of Progressive Socialists Invading Our Governments, It Is Vital That Each Conservative State Has An Aggressive “Legal Beagle” To Fight Like A Mad Dog To Guard Their Sovereignty And State’s Rights. Electing The Attorney General Gives Us A Tenable Watch Dog To Support The Laws We Pass And Defend The Laws Our Voters Have Approved. This Is Critical To Isolate Us From Progressive Federalism.

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