Bill Enabling Violent Tennessee Offenders Who Murder Kids To Escape Accountability Moves Forward By Voice Vote Called By Chair Kelly Keisling

This Week A Bill That Will Keep The Autopsy Reports Of Children Killed At The Hands Of Violent Crime Offenders From Being Public Record Moved Through The Tennessee House State Government Committee By Voice Vote, Led By Chair Kelly Keisling.

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House Republicans Have The Votes To Impeach Mayorkas, Congressman Green Says

House Republicans Have The Votes To Impeach Department Of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, U.S. Rep. Mark Green, M.D., R-Tenn., Said Thursday.

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Haile Running For Reelection Next Year: A Look At His Voting Record

As The 2024 Elections Get Closer, It Is Important To Remember That There Is A Difference Between A Politician With An “R” Next To Their Name And A True Conservative. It’s Easy To Look At Some Of Senator Ferrell Haile’s Votes And Conclude That He Stands For Conservative Values. However, To Adopt The Language Of Sen. Todd Gardenhire, “The Devil Was In The Details.”

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Hazlewood Running For Reelection Next Year: A Look At Her Voting Record (Update 12.12.23)

Representative Patsy Hazlewood (R-Signal Mountain-District 27) Is Running For Reelection In 2024. A Look At Her Recent Voting Record Shows That While She Is A Republican, She Is Far From Being A True Conservative.

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The Vote Center Dilemma: In Today’s World Convenience Will Never Replace Security

You Don’t Risk Something Precious By Taking The Easy Way Out. If You Really Cherish Something, You Go The Extra Mile; You Choose Security. Not Convenience. What Doesn’t Make Sense Is Why Some Citizens Blindly Accept “Convenience Vote Centers,” Despite The Ready Proof That Voting Machine Systems In Internet-Enhanced Vote Centers, Can Be Hacked And Votes Changed By Nefarious People.

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Special Session Triggered Increased Scrutiny Of Legislators, Roll Call Votes In House Committees Would Improve Credibility And Transparency

Tennessee House Committee Votes Are Frequently Taken By Voice Vote, Adding To The Distrust Of The Committee Process. There Is Too Much Room For Misinterpretation Of Committee Votes If The Ayes And Nays Are Not Clear Enough For Onlookers, Or Even Committee Chairs. Even A Runaway Voice Vote, One Direction Or The Other, Leaves Doubt As To How Certain Members Voted. This Is A Transparency Problem With An Easy Fix, And The House Committee Chairs Have The Remedy.

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Scalise Drops Out Of Speakership Bid After Significant Opposition

U.S. House Republican Majority Leader Steve Scalise, R-La., Was The Leading Contender To Be The Speaker Of The House Thursday Morning, But By The Evening, News Broke That He Was Dropping His Bid For The Position.

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How Did Tennessee’s Congressional Delegation Vote on the Stopgap Funding Bill?

On Saturday, U.S. Lawmakers Passed A Bill To Temporarily Keep The Federal Government Up And Running Until Congress Can Pass Proper Government Funding Bills For The Next Fiscal Year. How Exactly Did Tennessee’s Congressional Delegation Vote On The Stopgap Bill?

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What Does Governor Lee’s Demand For A Red Flag Special Session, And That Failure, Tell Us About Who Supports The 2nd Amendment?

Shortly After The Tennessee Firearms Association Sent Out Its Report On The Special Session, We Started Receiving A Lot Of Inquiries From Tennesseans Who Wanted To Know “Who The Problem Republicans Are”, Or “Did My Representative And Senator Protect Our Rights” Or “Are You Going To Send Out A List Of Which Republicans Need To Be Replaced.”

However, It Is Not Easy To Determine Which Legislators Do And Do Not Support And Defend Your Second Amendment Rights. That Is Collectively Intentional On Their Part.

Here Are A Few Reasons Why…

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