Proposed Tennessee Bill Aims To Strip Power From Representative Commission And Hand It Over The Governor’s Administration (Update 2.16.24)

A New Tennessee Bill Explains That There Will Be A Single Un-elected Bureaucrat That Will Oversee Millions Of Dollars In Projects And Property Owned By The State As Well As Make Decisions On The Spending Of Multi-Millions Of Taxpayer Dollars, A Responsibility Currently Held By A Commission With Elected Members.

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Senator Ferrell Haile Files Fake, Do-Nothing Illegal Immigration Bill

Critics Of Haile’s Bill Say That The Answers To The Illegal Immigration Crisis Are Already Clear And That The Last Thing Tennessee Needs At This Point Is More Data Collection, Especially When Considering The Said Data Is Not Slated For The Public-At-Large To View, But Is Meant For The Eyes Of The GOP Leadership, Who Have A Pathetic Track Record As It Relates To Illegal Immigration.

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Blount County Library Promotes American Library Association’s Radical Open Borders Agenda (Op-Ed By Mark Pulliam)

Why Is The Blount County Public Library The Only Library In Tennessee To Partner With The Radical American Library Association In This Propaganda Campaign Promoting Illegal Immigration?

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98% Say Corporate-Welfare Lobbyist Wife Is A Conflict Of Interest For Tennessee State Senator Bo Watson

Within Just 24 Hours Results Showed 98% Responded “Yes” And Only 2% Responded “No” To A Poll That Asked, “If A High-Ranking TN State Senator Has A Lobbyist Wife Who Gets Paid $200k+ Annually To Deliver Billions In Corporate Welfare From Tennessee Taxpayers To Liberal Corporations – And If That Money Lands In The Member’s Household Bank Account, Is That A Conflict Of Interest?”

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Governor Lee Touts $410M Annual Franchise Tax Cut, $1.2B One-Time Costs In Tennessee

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee’s Budget Proposal Includes A $410 Million Annual Tax Cut That Includes $1.2 Billion In One-Time Costs.

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Metro Arts Forges Ahead With “Antiracist” Plans As More Taxpayer Money Gets Funneled Towards Its Commitment To “Drive Equity In Nashville”

In Order To Achieve This Goals Of Their “Antiracist” Agenda And Driving “Equity In Nashville,” The Metro Arts Commission Is Looking For More And More Of Metro’s Budget To Be Allocated To Them. The Department Has Its Eye On Eventually Gaining At Least 1% Of Nashville’s Overall Budget, Around $34 Million, But Is Asking For $12 Million In The Next Budget Allocation, More Than Double The Current Metro Arts Budget.

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Master Plan To Destroy Democracy (Op-Ed By Thomas Antkow)

To Paraphrase, John Adams Said That Liberty Cannot Be Preserved Without A General Knowledge Among The People Of The Characters And Conducts Of Their Rulers. Now Let’s Examine The Issue At Hand – Destroying Democracy. I Believe This Game Plan Is And Has Been Ongoing For Quite Some Time.

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Tennessee Awards Nearly $18M In Site Development Grants

Tennessee Has Committed To Hand Out $17.9 Million In Grants For The Development Of 12 Sites In Order To Prepare Those Sites For Potential Businesses.

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