Tennessee’s New Residency Election Law Is Unconstitutional

The New Residency Requirement Is Unconstitutional And Undemocratic. The U.S. Constitution Sets Forth Eligibility Requirements For The U.S. House. Under Article I, Section 2, A Representative Must Have Been A U.S. Citizen For At Least Seven Years, At Least 25 Years Old, And Must Live In The State They Represent. Neither Congress, Nor A State May Impose Additional Eligibility Office Requirements.
Considering The Law Is Notoriously Unlawful, Voters Can’t Help Wondering What Suddenly Inspired The Tennessee General Assembly To Add This Blatantly Illegal Requirement To The State’s Eligibility Rules For National Elections? The Answer Is More Obvious Than Finding Fleas On A Tennessee Hound Dog!

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Tennessee Must Join Florida in Adopting New Anti-Woke Education Standards

America Is At A Turning Point. Millions Of Parents Around The Country Have Woken Up To The Fact That Their Children’s Education Has Fallen Into The Hands Of Leftist Ideological Fanatics. These “Woke” Ideologues Posing As Educators Have Introduced Sexualized Materials To Children In The Very Earliest Grades. They Are Bringing The Racist And Anti-Semitic Critical Race Theory (CRT) Into Their Classrooms.

Tennessee Needs To Follow Florida’s Lead By Implementing Standards Prohibiting The Teaching Of CRT And Social-Emotional Learning. We Are Coming To The End Of The School Year, Which Gives Us A Narrow Window Between Now And The Fall To Make The Changes Necessary To Protect Our Children.

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Democrats Want To Silence “Mr. Smith” In Washington

When Our Founders Penned Our Constitution, They Knew That “Democracy Was Far More Important Than Just Counting Noses.” Knowing The Fragility Of Human Nature, They Predicted Every Inevitable Compromise People Would Be Willing To Make For Security At The Cost Of Freedom. They Knew Our Constitution Must Be Chartered To Limit Government To Protect The People From Being Abused By It. The Uniqueness Of This Masterful Declaration Is Having The Ability To Agree To Disagree. If We Chose To Engage In Combat, We Have Rules That Allow Us That Prerogative. We Have Countless Tools In Our Arsenal When We Combat These Legislative Fisticuffs. One Such Piece Of Ammunition Is The Filibuster.

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Knoxville Couple Sues Department Of Children’s Services For Religious Discrimination

A Knoxville Couple Is Suing The Tennessee Department Of Children’s Services, Claiming Discrimination After A Christian-Based Adoption Agency Denied Them Services Because They Are Jewish.

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Griffey Introduces Second Amendment Bill In Honor of Kyle Rittenhouse

Tennessee State Representative Bruce Griffey (R-Paris) Has Introduced A Bill To The Tennessee General Assembly To Strengthen Protection Of Self-Defense And Second Amendment Rights In The State.

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Know Your Rights And How To Protect Them

Over Five Decades Ago, Congress Passed The Voting Rights Act Of 1965. It Established Standards To Protect The Voting Rights Of All Qualified U.S. Voters. Contrary To Liberal Psychosis, The Voting Rights Act Applies To Every Voter Equally. It Set Parameters For Each State To Engrain Within Its Voting Laws. To Ensure Equality, The Civil Rights Act Of 1964 Was Passed To Protect The Rights Of Ethnic Minorities. But Its Core Provisions, Like The Voting Rights Act, Protects The Civil Rights Of All Americans Equally. Contrary To Leftist Logic, Neither Of These Gave More Rights To One Group And Less Rights To Another.

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Mandate Critics Urge Highest Court To Defend Individual Freedom

President Joe Biden’s Series Of Controversial Federal Vaccine Mandates Faced Their First Day Before The U.S. Supreme Court Friday, And Critics Are Urging The Justices To Side With Personal Freedoms Over What They Call Executive Branch Overreach.

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Navy SEALs Secure Legal Win Ahead Of Mandate Arguments In Supreme Court

A Group Of Navy Seals Obtained A Victory In Their Legal Battle Against Covid-19 Vaccine Mandates That Could Have Broad Implications For All Branches Of The Military, But They Still Face A Rocky Path Ahead.

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Another Federal Judge Blocks Biden Mandate For Federal Contract Workers

A Federal Court In Georgia Issued An Injunction Tuesday Blocking The Biden Administration’s Vaccine Mandate For Federal Contract Workers, The Latest In A Series Of Legal Defeats For The President.

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