TennCon’s BIG 7 – 2022 Second Edition – Top 7 News Stories For Conservatives in Tennessee!

Tune in to the Second edition of The Tennessee Conservative’s BIG 7 for 2022!
1) Will Legislators Act To Safeguard Our Elections From Social Media Censorship In TN?
2) Biden Approval Rating Drops To 33%
3) Maury County Mayor Refuses To Comply With OSHA Mandate
4) Parents Unhappy With Current School Choice Options In Tennessee
5) “Woke” Professors To Qualify For Tenure at University Of Tennessee
6) TN Bill Filed To Grant School Vouchers To Students Impacted By Virus Protocols
7) Left-leaning Groups Try To Stop Conservative Critical Race Theory Conference

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“Woke” Professors To Qualify For Tenure at University Of Tennessee

According To Plans Obtained By The College Fix, The University Of Tennessee – Knoxville’s School Of Engineering, College Of Law, And School Of Social Work Will Require “Diversity Work” As A Condition Of Advancement And Tenure Status For Professors.

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UT Knoxville Reinstates Mask Mandate Less Than 24 Hours After Lifting it

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.

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State Exempts Four Universities From Medical Freedom Legislation

After Passing Legislation To Stop Forced Vaccination In Tennessee, The State Issued Exemptions To Four Universities. The Exemption Allows Them To Require Vaccination In Order To Allow Them To Continue To Receive Federal Funding.

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2 UT College Of Law Dean Finalists Are Proponents Of CRT & Non-Traditional Families

The University Of Tennessee College Of Law, Based In Knoxville, Are Looking For A New Dean, And Two Of The Top 5 Candidates Are Proponents Of Ideas Contradictory To Conservative Christian Values.

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East Tennessee Republicans Unite To Re-Elect Pody

On Monday, October 11th, Forty To Fifty Republicans Met For Breakfast At The Bearden Event Center In Knoxville To Commemorate The Reelection Campaign Of Senator Mark Pody (R-Lebanon).

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Study Examines Cost Of College Course Materials In Tennessee

Part Of The Rising Cost Of College In Tennessee Is The Cost Of Textbooks And Course Materials. The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Of Research And Education Accountability Recently Released A Study On The Issue.

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TennCon’s BIG 7 Weekend Digest!… September 10, 2021

1) Biden Unveils Vaccine Mandate To Affect 100 Million Americans
2) Afghan Refugee Vetting Process In Question While TN Targeted For Resettlement
3) Tennessee Special Ops Working To Rescue Allies In Afghanistan
4) University Of TN Knoxville Hosts Racially Segregated Workshops
5) Judge Issues Restraining Order On Lee’s School Mask Mandate In Shelby County
6) Reward For Missing Hawkins County Girl Surpasses $38,000
7) Memphis Border Patrol Agents Intercept Mexican Drug Shipment

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University Of TN Knoxville Hosts Racially Segregated Workshops

The University Of Tennessee Knoxville’s College Of Social Work Is Hosting Racially Segregated Workshops During The Month Of September As Part Of Their “Inclusivity And Anti-Racism” Program.

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Tennessee’s Public Universities To Host Voter Registration Tailgates

As Tennessee’s Nine Division I Public Universities Gear Up For Football Season, They Are Also Working With The Secretary Of State’s Office To Hold A Voter Registration Drive During The Tailgate Before A Home Game At Each School. 

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