Border Patrol Apprehends Foreign Nationals From Multiple Countries

While Most Americans Were Legally Traveling To Visit Relatives And Celebrate Thanksgiving Enjoying A Few Days Off Of Work, Border Patrol Agents Were Hard At Work In Texas Inundated With Illegal Travelers Arriving At The U.S. Southern Border.

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Thanks To Biden’s “Build Back Broke” Agenda, Thanksgiving Just Got A Lot More Expensive

As We Gather Around The Thanksgiving Table This Week, I Encourage All Tennesseans To Pause For A Moment Of Gratitude Not Just For The Things We Do Have, But For Our Future Blessings. It’s True That, Until Joe Biden Adjusts His Priorities, Tennesseans Will Continue To Pay For His Mistakes; But I Find Comfort In The Knowledge That The Path Forward Is Clear. It’s Time For The Administration To Walk Down This Path, And Meet People Where They Are — Not Where They Think We Should Be Forced To Go By Their Increasingly Destructive And Out-Of-Touch Socialist Agenda.

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Americans Overwhelmingly Support Religious Rights And Freedoms This Thanksgiving

The Majority Of Americans, 73%, Say Their Rights Come From God, Not Government, And Say Government Can’t Force Americans To Violate Their Religious Beliefs, According To A New Poll.

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Tennessee State Parks To Host After Thanksgiving Hikes

Tennessee State Parks Offer An Alternative To Black Friday Shopping Or Simply A Chance To Walk Off Some Of That Thanksgiving Meal With After Thanksgiving Hikes On Friday, Nov. 26 At Parks Across The State.

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Holiday Blues? Economic Challenges Threaten Season With Delays, Shortages & Price Hikes

A Series Of Economic Struggles That Have Grown Increasingly Worse This Year Will Likely Have A Significant Impact On The Holiday Season, Many Economic Experts Predict.

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Hamilton County Officials Discuss Moderna Vaccine, Plans For Coming Months

The Hamilton County Mayor along with Health Department Officials give updates regarding the arrival of the Moderna COVID vaccine and plans for its use in Hamilton County.

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Lee Limits Gatherings To 10; Health Official Says Christmas Surge Could ‘Break’ Hospitals

After Strong Words For Tennessee Citizens Last Week Regarding Choices Made Over The Thanksgiving Holiday, Lee Limits Indoor Public Gatherings In The State To No More Than Ten Individuals Through January 19th.

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As TN Hospitals Receive First Wave Of COVID Vaccine, Gov. Lee Calls Citizen’s Decisions Selfish, Indifferent And Irresponsible

Across Tennessee, Healthcare Workers Are Receiving The First Doses Of The Pfizer Vaccine. Gov. Bill Lee Urges Citizens To Continue To Wear Masks And Berates Them For Their Decisions On The Thanksgiving Holiday.

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