Buyer’s Remorse

What Would It Be Like If You Woke Up Some Morning And Discovered That Everything That You Believed Was A Lie?

This Is Not Just A Rhetorical Question Because So Much Of Everything The Media, iPOTUS, Kommie Harris, Big Tech, “Woke” Generals And The Intelligence Agencies Tell Us Is Questionable Or Blatant Lies.

What If You Realized You Were Duped And Voted For A Demented, Leftist Codger Instead Of An Excessively Tweeting, True Leader? Buyer’s Remorse?

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Legislative Committee Focuses On TN Vaccination Efforts For Minors

A Discussion On Tennessee’s Vaccination Policies And A Follow-Up On A Past Meeting With The Department Of Health Dominated The Tennessee Legislature’s Government Operations Committee Meeting Wednesday.

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TN Department Of Health Doctrine Allows Vaccinations, Medical Treatments Of Minors Without Parental Consent (Updated)

According To A Document Issued From The Tennessee Department Of Health, There Are Circumstances Where 7–14-Year-Old Children Can Receive A Vaccine With No Parental Consent. The Mature Minor Doctrine Also States That Children 14 Years Of Age And Older May Receive A Vaccine…

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We The People Rally Coming To Nashville In Support Of Individual Liberty

Tennessee Stands Has Organized A Rally On Wednesday At The Capitol In Nashville. Immediately Following, They Are Planning To Walk To The Cordell Hull Building For The Senate Health And Welfare Committee Hearing To Support Senate Bill To Secure Religious Exemptions To Vaccines.

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break March 26, 2021

1)Senate Committee Rolls Religious Exemption Bill One Week
2) Conservative TN Rep Griffey Stripped of Committee Assignments By House Speaker Sexton
3) Bill Granting TN School Boards Sole Authority To Close Schools Headed To Gov. Lee
4) Tennessee Senate Passes Bill To Level Playing Field For Small Businesses
5) Biden Sets New Vaccine Target, Faces Questions On Border Crisis, Senate Filibuster
6) Former Senator Bill Brock of Chattanooga Passed Away On Thursday

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Senate Committee Rolls Vaccine Religious Exemption Bill One Week

The Tennessee Senate Continues To Delay The Religious Exemption Protection Act, Allowing Action To Be Deferred To Next Week. This Delay Allows Additional Time For Individuals To Contact Committee Members To Support This Bill.

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Grassroots Pressure Advances Vaccine Exemption Bill with Minor Amendment

Due To An Astonishing Number Of Phone Calls And Emails From Grassroots Conservatives To Subcommittee Members, House Bill 10 Appears To Be Advancing With Only A Minor Amendment.

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Reps Robin Smith & Bryan Terry Push Criminalization, Compulsion for Those Refusing Covid-19 Vaccine

Facing Opposition By Representative Robin Smith And Representative Bryan Terry, Who Is Also The Chair Of The Health Committee, House Bill 10, Which Would Protect Individual Liberties Of Tennesseans, May Have A Difficult Time Making It Out Of Committee Unaltered.

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