Biden Administration Loses Public Support On Immigration Policies

A New Harvard/Harris Poll Found The Overwhelming Majority Of Voters Say Immigration Is A Serious Issue That Has Gotten Worse Under The Biden Administration And That More Should Be Done To Address It.

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Nashville Judge Orders Property Tax Relief Referendum Cancelled – June 24, 2021 News Break

1) Nashville Judge Orders Property Tax Relief Referendum Cancelled
2) TN Inmates In Possession Of Cell Phone May Now Face Felony Charges
3) Harris To Visit Border Months After Appointment As Border Czar
4) Biden Unveils Gun Regulation And Crime Prevention Plan

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New Poll Confirms Widespread Support For School Choice

A Majority Of Voters Support School Choice, A New Poll From Echelon Insights Shows.

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Nashville Judge Orders Property Tax Relief Referendum Cancelled

A Davidson County Judge Has Ruled That A July 27 Referendum Election On Six Proposed Changes To Nashville’s Metro Charter – Including One That Would Reduce Property Taxes – Will Not Happen.

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Right-To-Work Constitutional Amendment Goes To Tennessee Voters

The Tennessee House Voted Thursday To Add A Right-To-Work Amendment To The State Constitution, Giving Voters The Chance To Decide Its Fate.

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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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The Consequences Of Federalized Elections

The Founders Of Our American Republic Could Not Have Anticipated The Political Chaos Or Many Of The Other Changes That Have Re-conceptualized And Redefined The Republic They Created. But They Clearly Foresaw One Challenge That Faces Us Today – The Threat Of An All-Powerful Central Government. In The 1900s, Progressives Theodore Roosevelt And Woodrow Wilson Set The Precedent That The President Set The Agenda For Congress, Not The Voters, Which Negated The Founding Principles Of The Executive Branch.

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Collegiate Student Athlete Advisory Committees Propose Election Day as Federal Holiday For Everyone

In 2020, The SAAC Received Unanimous Approval For Legislation That Required DI Schools To Make Election Day A Complete Day Off From Any Required Competitions, Practice Or Meetings. This Spurred Them On To Create An Initiative To Bring This Opportunity To Everyone – Not Just Athletes.

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The Media’s Long History Of Disrupting Elections

All aspects of our lives were upended by the 2020 pandemic. The media reminded us daily of the violent social unrest and alleged racial injustice. They failed to cover abuses of our core democratic voting practices which cast long shadows over the efficacies of our election process. At a time so much went wrong and so little went right, when we needed unity, the media divided us even more. Debates were postponed or canceled. Candidates missed events, and held others on the internet or TV. Joe Biden hid in the basement of his Delaware home for days, and refused interviews. The media did Kamala Harris’ campaigning for her while Biden remained AWOL from most of America.

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