Already In Debt For Over A Billion, Williamson County Officials Propose New Voting Equipment Purchase, Voter Integrity Advocates Say There Is Better Alternative (Update 1/31/23)

Williamson County Election Officials Are Considering A Purchase Of Voter Tabulating Machines At A Cost Of $2.2 Million Taxpayer Dollars. However, Voter Integrity Advocates Say There Is A Cheaper And Safer Alternative.

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Commentary On Moms For Liberty’s Restorative Justice 101

The January 24th Meeting Of Mom’s For Liberty Was Another Outstanding Program, This Time To Warn About Restorative Justice That Is Being Used In The Public Schools. There Were Two Speakers Who Explained The Restorative Justice Program, Which Was Instituted During President Obama’s Tenure And Provides A Social Justice Ideology For Disciplinary Problems. The Speakers At The Meeting Were Ryan Petty And Max Eden, An Education Policy Expert. During The Meeting, It Was Explained How Restorative Justice Works.

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Got Twitter? I STILL Can’t Believe It, My Trip to Nashville, Cameron Sexton for Governor? (Op-Ed)

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Election Integrity Group Tries To Halt Purchasing Rush For Williamson County Voting System, Machines Without First Studying All Options

While The Williamson County Election Commission Is Rushing To Sign A Contract To Purchase New Election Voting Equipment For County Elections, A Citizen-Driven Group Is Trying To Slow Down The Process So That Greater Due Diligence, Fiduciary Cost Studies And A Comprehensive Appraisal Of Current Voting Machine-Heavy Systems And Other Voting Systems Involving Hand-Marked Paper Ballots And People Can Be Studied.

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Historic Beechwood Hall Stirs Preservation Activism In Rural Williamson

In The Hands Of A New Owner, Beechwood Hall’s Fate Is Uncertain And Its Designation On The National Register Of Historic Places Does Little To Prevent Its Destruction. In Recent Months, The Home Has Become The Focal Point Of A Dispute Concerning Property Rights And Preservation, As Well As A Catalyst For Greater Scrutiny On How Historic Homes Are Regarded In A County Undergoing Rapid Development And Growth.

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2 In-Person Opportunities This Week To Hear The Tennessee Conservative’s Founder Speak

It’s Rare That I Travel For The Tennessee Conservative (Especially This Time Of Year When My ‘Real Job’ Has Me Stepping And Fetching So.) However, This Week, I’m Making Two Stops And I Hope You Can Meet Me.

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2020 Nashville Christmas Bombing Led To Redundancies For 911 Network

On Friday, December 25th, 2020, A Bombing On Nashville’s Second Avenue Wrecked Critical Infrastructure Inside The AT&T Facility Leading To Days And Weeks Of No Cell Service Or Wifi For Customers Hundreds Of Miles In All Directions Including Some Time Without 911 Service. However, Due To The Event, Nashville Has Implemented A Three-Pronged Approach To Create New Redundancies Into The Region’s Emergency Communications.

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Sen. Johnson Pushes To Close Public Records Of Investigations Of Deaths Not Resulting From Crime

Tennessee Senate Majority Leader Jack Johnson Has Filed Legislation To Close Public Records Of Death Investigations If The Death Is Ruled To Be Not The Result Of A Crime.

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Williamson County Commission Votes Against Property Tax Relief For Franklin Small Business Owners

Business Owners In Franklin Met With The Williamson County Commission To Ask For Assistance With Property Taxes, Saying That The Help Was Needed For The Businesses, And The Downtown Franklin Area To Continue To Thrive But Their Request Was Voted Down.

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