Second Amendment Sanctuary Bill Passes Tennessee House

The Tennessee House Adopted A Bill To Make The State A Second Amendment Sanctuary. It “Affirms That Any Law, Treaty, Executive Order, Rule, Or Regulation Of The United States Government” That Violates The Second Amendment Is Unenforceable. The Bill Now Will Head To Gov. Bill Lee’s Desk.

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D.C. Statehood, Another Wrong Left Turn

The Left Wants To Make Washington D.C. A State For Only One Reason: To Get Two More Progressive Senators In Congress. Since The President’s Party Always Loses Seats During The Midterms, They Will Try To Force D.C. Statehood Through Congress By The Narrowest Of Fractions In The History Of The U.S. Not Only Do Most Americans Disagree That Our Capital Should Become A State; It’s Unconstitutional. D.C. Operates Under A Special Status Created In The Constitution. In 1790, The District Was Created On Land Ceded By Maryland And Virginia To The Federal Government As An Independent Territory. All States Agreed: For Government To Function Separately From The States It Must Be On Neutral Grounds.

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Woke Democracy In Corporate America

As The 2020 General Election Unfolded It Was Clear That There Was No Way That Progressives, Socialists And The Media Would Allow Trump To Be Reelected. And One By One U.S. Companies Fell Prey To The Identity Politics Of The Left As They Gathered Groups Like BLM, Antifa, Professional Sports Unions And Outspoken Super Star Athletics Into Their Anti-Trump And GOP Election Camps. They Saw The Writing On The Boardroom Wall When Joe Biden Eked Out A Victory Over Donald Trump. And Today They Are Turning “Woke” Faster Than Barack Obama Can Say, “Change!”

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Tennessee And Kentucky File Lawsuit Against Biden Administration

Attorneys General From Kentucky And Tennessee Have Come Together To File A Lawsuit Against The Biden Administration. The Lawsuit Claims That A Tax Mandate In The American Rescue Plan Is Unconstitutional And Takes Authority Over From State Legislators.

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Landlords Struggle Under Extended CDC Eviction Ban

Landlords Are Struggling After The U.S. Centers For Disease Control And Prevention (CDC) Extended A National Ban On Certain Evictions Apparently To Slow The Spread Of COVID-19. The CDC Extended The Moratorium, First Enacted In Sept. 2020, Through June 30.

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Tennessee Bill Seeks Increased Accountability For Local Governments Considering Tax Hikes

House Bill 1315 Directs Tennessee’s Advisory Commission On Intergovernmental Relations To Conduct A Study On The Use Of A Voter Referendum To Approve Significant Tax Increases.

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Texas Republican Leaders Vow To Fight ‘For The People’ Election Bill

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, The Texas Public Policy Foundation And Others Have Expressed Opposition To HR1, The “For The People” Act, Which Was Narrowly Passed By House Democrats To Alter Federal And State Election Processes.

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20 Republican Attorneys General Argue ‘For The People Act’ Is Unconstitutional

Twenty Republican Attorneys General Argue That HR1, The “For The People Act,” Which Passed The U.S. House Late In The Night On Wednesday, Is Unconstitutional.

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