Knoxville Soldier Among Those Killed In Terrorist Attack

A Soldier From Knoxville, Tennessee Was Among The 13 Army Service Members Killed In A Terrorist Attack On Thursday, August 26. Ryan Knauss Was A 23-Year-Old Army Staff Sergeant Who Graduated From Gibbs High School. On Friday, His Grandfather Wayne Knauss Announced Ryan Was One Of The Fatalities From The Suicide Bomber And Gunman Attack.

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Biden’s Weak Leadership Is A Betrayal: Blackburn Op-Ed

As Our Nation Mourns The Historic Losses Of September 11, 2001, I Can’t Help But Remember Our Troops Who Bravely Entered Enemy Territory In Afghanistan In The Weeks After The Twin Towers Fell. As Of April, 2,448 Of Them Have Sacrificed Their Lives To Keep Our Nation Safe, Along With 3,846 American Contractors, 444 Aid Workers, And 72 Journalists. With One Erratic Decision, President Biden Unraveled 20 Years Of Gains By Our Brave Service Members And Demonstrated The Full Weight Of His Weak Leadership.

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Senate Republicans Introduce UNRWA Accountability & Transparency Act

New Legislation Aims To Cease U.S. Contributions To United Nations Relief And Works Agency For Palestine Refugees Which Has A History Of Employing Individuals Affiliated With Hamas. UNRWA Schools Have Been Used To Store Hamas Weapons And Promote Anti-Semitic Education In Their Textbooks.

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Tennessee Congressman Has Concerns Over Potential Terrorist Threats At Southern Border

U.S. Congressman Scott Desjarlais, Representing Tennessee’s 4th Congressional District, Believes That One Of The Most Pressing Issues At Hand Is The Threat Of Foreign Terrorists Entering The United States Through The Southern Border.

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Biden Pledges To Remove U.S. Troops From Afghanistan By Sept. 11

President Joe Biden Vowed Wednesday To Remove U.S. Troop Presence From Afghanistan This Year, A Decision That Sparked Praise From Some And Warnings From Others Concerned The Nation Could Fall Into Disarray.

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