What Has Happened To Our America? Op-Ed By James V. Ferguson, MD

What Good Is Knowing About What Is Happening If You Are Unable To Do Anything About The Destruction? As A Student Of History, I Have Tried To Imagine What Others Have Felt As Conquering Armies Rampage Or Injustice Is Institutionalized. I Often Feel Frustrated And Angry As I Watch The Disassembly Of Our Country.
A Friend Asked Me, “What Will Happen?” I Told Him I Don’t Know, But History Teaches That Internal Rot Leads To Societal Collapse Or Violent Revolution. We May Be Spared Because We Have A Mechanism Of Altering A Destructive Course. Voting Is Crucial To Avoid The Inevitable Collapse Which Awaits Us. We Must Show Up And Tell The Progressive Democrat Socialists, “No!” But This Cannot Be Done With A 6% Voter Turnout As We Had For The Recent Knox County Primary Elections.

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FGA Sues Over White House Plan Directing Federal Agencies To Engage In Voting Activities

The Foundation For Government Accountability Sued The Department Of Justice After It Ignored Its Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) Requests About An Executive Order Directing Federal Agencies To Promote “Access To Voting.”

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Gov. Lee Signs Act To Stop Illegal Aliens From Voting In TN Into Law

On Friday, April 29th, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Signed Legislation Into Law That Aims To Prevent Illegal Aliens From Voting In The Volunteer State.

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Dissatisfaction With Biden Presidency To Blame For Poor Democratic Voter Turnout?

Reports Show That Largely Democratic Davidson County Has Much Less Early Voter Turnout Than Nearby Largely Republican Conservative Wilson County.

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Tennessee’s Open Primaries Invite “Crossover Raiding” In County Race

A Tactic Known As “Crossover Raiding” Involves A Voter, A Democratic Voter For Example, Choosing The Republican Ballot In Order To Vote For Someone Less Likely To Prevail Against The Democratic (Or Independent) Candidate In An Election.

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Senate Committee To Vote On Bill To Stop Illegal Aliens From Voting In TN (Update 3/23/22)

Update 3.23.22 – The Senate version of the bill (SB2245) passed the Senate State and Local Government Committee on 3.22.22 with only Democrats voting against. The bill now heads to the Calendar Committee to be scheduled to be heard on the Senate floor.

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3 Bills Aimed At Establishing Trust In TN Elections To Be Considered In House

Three Bills Aimed At Further Ensuring Election Integrity In Tennessee Are Slated To Be Heard In Subcommittee, Committee And On The House Floor Next Week.

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