Our Freedom’s Under Attack; We Cannot Go Back

The Path To Totalitarian Control Starts With Something Small And Seemingly Reasonable. However, It Is Also Always Accompanied By A Promise Of Peace And Safety, In Exchange For One’s Liberty And God Given Rights.

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Critics Denounce New CDC Guidelines Urging Mask Usage, Vaccine Or Not

The CDC Changed Course Tuesday, Reversing Its Previous COVID-19 Guidance By Urging Americans To Wear Masks, Regardless Of Their Vaccination Status. Critics Quickly Denounced The Reversal, Saying It Undermines Vaccine Confidence.

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Shelby County Schools Implement Mask Mandate For 2021-22 School Year

Following The Suggestion By The Pfizer-Backed American Academy Of Pediatrics That Children Should Be Wearing Masks In School, Shelby County Schools Have Issued A Mask Mandate For All Staff And Students For The 2021-22 School Year.

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Blackburn Op-Ed: Why Is Critical Race Theory Dangerous For Our Kids?

For Months, Parents Have Raised The Alarm About The Left’s Effort To Brainwash Our Children By Injecting Critical Race Theory (CRT) Into Public School Curriculum. One Tennessee Mom Recently Warned Williamson County Parents That Her Seven-Year-Old Daughter Came Home From School Saying, “I’m Ashamed That I’m White.” Her Daughter Asked, “Is There Something Wrong With Me? Why Am I Hated So Much?” This Reaction Is Reason Enough To Start Asking Questions, But Those Who Have Yet To Investigate The Tenets Of CRT Will Be Shocked To Know That This Child’s Distress Was The Desired Result Of Her Lessons. If Left Unchecked, This Mental And Emotional Trauma Will Worm Its Way Into Every Classroom In America.

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Lee University Professor & Students Visit Southern Border

Lee University Professor Arlie Tagayuna Recently Visited The Southern Border With A Group Of His Students. The Trip Allowed The Students And Dr. Tagayuna To Get A First-Hand Look At The Situation.

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Public School Enrollment Drop 3 Percent Nationally

The Number Of Students Attending Public Schools During The 2020-2021 Academic Year Fell By Roughly 3% Compared With The Previous Year. Home-Schooling More Than Doubled As Many Parents Pass On Virtual Learning During Pandemic.

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Accelerating TN 2021 Bus Tour Shares Milestone Update

On June 24, The Accelerating TN 2021 Bus Tour, Led By Department Of Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn, Shared A Milestone Update. The Bus Has Traveled Over 1,700 Miles, Gone Through 30 Districts, And Visited 21 Schools. They Have Also Hosted Roundtables And Observed Two Early Reading Trainings.

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Supreme Court Rules Against NCAA On Student-Athlete Compensation

After Several Years Of Challenges To The NCAA’s Power Over Student Athlete Compensation, The Supreme Court Reached A Unanimous Decision Upholding A Lower Court’s Ruling That The Current NCAA Regulations Violate Federal Antitrust Laws. The NCAA Cannot Restrict Educational Benefits To Student Athletes.

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Rhodes College Punishes Unvaccinated Students Financially

Rhodes Notified Students Via A Letter That They Will Be Charging $1500 To All Students Who Are Not Vaccinated. The College Claims The Fee Will Be Used To Cover The Expense Of Weekly Testing.

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