A Ban On Requiring Federal Contractors In Kentucky, Ohio And Tennessee To Be Vaccinated Against Covid-19 Remains In Place After A Federal Appeals Court Upheld An Injunction Imposed In November.Read more
The 6th Circuit U.S. Court Of Appeals On Friday Reinstated President Joe Biden’s Covid-19 Vaccination Mandate On Larger Employers, Overturning Another Federal Court’s Injunction And Setting Up A Showdown At The U.S. Supreme Court.Read more
A U.S. District Judge In Kentucky Ordered A Preliminary Injunction Tuesday That Prevents The Enforcement Of President Joe Biden’s Federal Contractor Covid-19 Vaccination Mandate In Kentucky, Ohio And Tennessee.Read more
OSHA Is Temporarily Suspending Enforcement Of The Biden Administration’s Private Sector Covid-19 Vaccine Mandate.Read more
Less Than One Day After Announcing That They Were Lifting Their Mask Mandate To Comply With Newly Passed State Legislation, The University Of Tennessee System Has Reverted Back To Requiring Masks On Its Knoxville Campus.Read more
Multiple Legal Challenges To President Joe Biden’s Workplace Covid-19 Vaccine Mandate Will Be Consolidated And Heard By Justices With The Sixth U.S. Circuit Court Of Appeals In Cincinnati.Read more
Tennessee’s Attorney General Joined Attorneys General From Ohio And Kentucky In Filing A Lawsuit Against President Joe Biden’s Covid-19 Vaccination Mandate For Federal Contractors.Read more
Tennessee Stands Wants To Support People Standing Against The Unconstitutional Federal Mandates. There Is A Group Standing This Saturday, They Are Holding A Rally November 6th, In Erwin At The Unicoi High School.Read more
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton And Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt Filed A Second Joint Lawsuit Against The Biden Administration On Thursday Over The Ongoing Border Crisis.Read more
In this interview with Clay Doggett, State Representative for District 70, we discuss how Conservatives feel about the current state of affairs in our state and what citizens can do to affect change.
We also discuss the 10th Amendment and nullification and delve into why state lawmakers are so willing to relinquish Tennessee’s powers to the Federal Government and why have we never seen nullification used when blatantly unconstitutional mandates or laws enacted.
In addition, we discuss the legal challenges the recent permitless carry bill is facing and the letter Doggett just released on ATF rule changes.