Articles by: Staff

Sumner County considers changes to citizens’ comments

Sumner County considers changes to citizens’ comments

on April 8, 2015, 8:36 AM / in News, State News

By Neil Siders According to County Commissioner Moe Taylor, the Sumner County Commission’s Rules and Procedures Committee will consider changing the rules that govern citizens’ comments on April 6, 2015. Currently, citizens are allowed to address the Commission relating to any subject included on that night’s agenda for a time period of up to five minutes. Taylor said he did […]

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Jackson City Council Approves Lease between WTH and the city.

Jackson City Council Approves Lease between WTH and the city.

on April 8, 2015, 8:31 AM / in Local News, Opinion, State News

It appears that the city has money on its hands and WTH excess buildings to get rid of … the two municipalities have agreed on a lease according to the Jackson Sun: The Jackson City Council unanimously approved a lease between the city and West Tennessee Healthcare that will allow 512 Roland Ave. to become the future home of the […]

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Quote for Today, April 8th…. Beware, they are among us……

on April 8, 2015, 6:19 AM / in People

“To achieve world government, it is necessary to remove from the minds of men their individualism, loyalty to family tradition, national patriotism, and religious dogmas.” George Brock Chisholm, Psychiatry (1946). Major-General George Brock Chisholm, CC, MC & Bar (18 May 1896 – 4 February 1971) was a Canadian First World War veteran, medical practitioner, the first Director-General of the World […]

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Ordinance Gone Mad…. in your front yard

Ordinance Gone Mad…. in your front yard

on April 7, 2015, 5:55 PM / in National News

“Calling on all the citizens of Ogden to stand in solidarity with Jeremy Trentelman by building cardboard forts in all the front yards throughout the entire city of Ogden”!!!!This will be a 13 day event. Read story below! Ogden Standard Standard-Examiner Reporter: RACHEL J. TROTTER OGDEN — Jeremy Trentelman wasn’t thinking about violating any municipal codes when he helped his […]

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Sex is the new religion

Sex is the new religion

on April 7, 2015, 7:26 AM / in National News, Opinion

By Frank Turek   /  http://crossexamined.org/ Sex is the new religion in America, and it’s a religion of the sword. That’s the real reason this controversy has risen in Indiana. A determined and vocal minority from the religion of sex is bullying and cutting down traditionalists who need a law that would allow them to be left alone. This clash of […]

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Google: The Center Of Conspiracy “More Vast Than The Rothschilds And Bilderbergs”

Google: The Center Of Conspiracy “More Vast Than The Rothschilds And Bilderbergs”

on April 7, 2015, 6:32 AM / in International News, National News

IRD Investment Research Dynamics Nobody wants to acknowledge that Google has grown big and bad. But it has. Schmidt’s tenure as CEO saw Google integrate with the shadiest of U.S. power structures as it expanded into a geographically invasive megacorporation. But Google has always been comfortable with this proximity. Long before company founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin hired Schmidt […]

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New York City Council Considers Allowing Non-citizens to Vote

New York City Council Considers Allowing Non-citizens to Vote

on April 7, 2015, 6:27 AM / in National News

Written by  Warren Mass New York City Councilman Daniel Dromm (D-Queens) is leading an effort to draft legislation to let non-citizens vote in New York City’s municipal elections. Though the final details have not been worked out and a bill has not yet been introduced in the city council, advance discussion of the legislation reveals that it would provide voting […]

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John McCain Will Run for Re-Election to the Senate in 2016 / How Lucky Can We Be!

John McCain Will Run for Re-Election to the Senate in 2016 / How Lucky Can We Be!

on April 7, 2015, 6:20 AM / in National News

By Kelly O’Donnell  /  NBC News John McCain is ready for a new fight. “I have decided to run for re-election,” the Arizona senator told NBC News in an exclusive interview revealing his plans to pursue a sixth term on Capitol Hill. “I’m ready. I am more than ready. In some ways, I am eager.” McCain is currently 78 years […]

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Welcome to the Arena, Senator Paul

Welcome to the Arena, Senator Paul

on April 7, 2015, 6:16 AM / in Opinion

By: Erick Erickson /  RedState.com Today, in Kentucky, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) (93%) is going to announce his campaign for President of the United States. In 2010, when I backed Senator Paul in the primary, I got an enormous amount of grief from many conservatives and Republicans who did not like Senator Paul’s father and assumed that Senator Paul would […]

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The Ongoing War Against Christianity

The Ongoing War Against Christianity

on April 7, 2015, 6:07 AM / in National News, Opinion

By Star Parker / Townhall.com Columnist George Will points out that Apple’s openly gay CEO, Tim Cook, “…thinks Indiana is a terrible place. (But) He opened marketing and retail operations in Saudi Arabia two months before a man was sentenced to 450 lashes for being gay.” Will was commenting on Cook’s recent Washington Post op-ed protesting Indiana’s new, now amended, […]

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Stop the Con Job

Stop the Con Job

on April 7, 2015, 5:59 AM / in Announcements

A bill calling for a dangerous Article V Convention – S.J.R. 67 – passed a state senate committee last week and is on its way to the senate floor. This bill puts the Constitution at extreme risk. It’s extremely important you contact your state senator today and demand he or she vote “NO” on S.J.R. 67. Click here for contact […]

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Grayson Allen, the forgotten member of Duke’s freshman class, saves their season

Grayson Allen, the forgotten member of Duke’s freshman class, saves their season

on April 7, 2015, 5:40 AM / in Basketball

By Rob Dauster /  NBC News INDIANAPOLIS — Grayson Allen had accepted that his role on this Duke team was going to be as the most highly-decorated member of Duke’s bench mob, a McDonald’s All-American relegated to mop-up duty and garbage time, the Cohiba of college basketball’s victory cigars. When Duke played in the Champions Classic, Allen played exactly one minute. When […]

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Rutgers University Professor Brittney Cooper: Religious Right’s “God is an A*****e” of ‘White Supremacy’

Rutgers University Professor Brittney Cooper: Religious Right’s “God is an A*****e” of ‘White Supremacy’

on April 6, 2015, 8:46 AM / in National News, Opinion

By Onan Coca  /  Freedom Outpost Another open-minded and inclusive college professor is going around making blanket statements about huge groups of people and the religion they practice. This time it’s a Rutgers University professor by the name of Brittney Cooper who has everything figured out. She wrote about the recently passed Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) in an […]

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Rolling Stone Retracts Debunked UVA Rape Story After Report

on April 6, 2015, 8:00 AM / in National News

By  M. Alex Johnson and Elisha Fieldstadt Rolling Stone magazine formally retracted its since-debunked story about a gang rape at the University of Virginia after an independent report found Sunday that it violated “basic, even routine journalistic practice.” The report on the article by Sabrina Rubin Erdely, which was titled “A Rape on Campus: A Brutal Assault and Struggle for […]

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Snuffed Out

Snuffed Out

on April 6, 2015, 7:55 AM / in Opinion

By Theodore Dalrymple  / Taki’s Magazine The least one can say of the psychiatric treatment given to Andreas Lubitz, the pilot who killed 149 people as well as himself in crashing the Germanwings aircraft into the Alps, is that it was not very successful. Indeed, its outcome was about as disastrous as any in the history of medicine, but that […]

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Build Not Walls, But Communities

Build Not Walls, But Communities

on April 6, 2015, 7:43 AM / in Opinion

By: Erick Erickson  / RedState.com The events of last week were the subject of much conversation in churches yesterday. The rapid shift in society not just away from the church, but the growing hostility to the church and often with voices claiming to be of the church, leave many Christians disoriented. Christians who believe in the doctrine of vocation — […]

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10 things you need to know today about yesterday: April 6, 2015 Edition

10 things you need to know today about yesterday: April 6, 2015 Edition

on April 6, 2015, 7:24 AM / in National News

1. Obama defends nuclear deal, saying Iran knows it “cannot fight us” President Obama strongly defended the framework for a deal to rein in Iran’s nuclear program in an interview with New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman. Obama called it “our best bet by far to make sure Iran doesn’t get a nuclear weapon.” Obama said the diplomatic effort could […]

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Final push to halt Medicare Advantage cuts

Final push to halt Medicare Advantage cuts

on April 6, 2015, 7:11 AM / in National News

By Robert King  /  Washington Examiner Obama administration officials will decide Monday whether to cut a popular Medicare program further, a move opponents say will lead to higher medical costs for seniors. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services will decide on whether to install a proposed cut of nearly 1 percent to Medicare Advantage, a program that provides seniors […]

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Pray4 Marriage Update April 6th 2015

Pray4 Marriage Update April 6th 2015

on April 6, 2015, 7:06 AM / in Announcements

We are almost at the halfway point in our Pray4Marriage movement. We trust that those of you who have been utilizing the downloadable Marriage Guide flyer and/or following us on the Pray4Marriage Facebook page and Pray4Marriage website are finding valuable tools to learn more about this critical case before our U.S Supreme Court and praying with us daily as together […]

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The Racial Conversation I’d Love to Hear

The Racial Conversation I’d Love to Hear

on April 6, 2015, 7:03 AM / in Opinion

By Terry Paulson  /  Townhall.com Little did the Starbucks barista know that in scribbling “Race Together” on the cup, he’d launch an important conversation. Wearing a Rams cap and shades, Darrel Wilson sat sipping his morning coffee alone, away from the angry barrage of stares and taunts. A black man across the room looked at his cup and then Wilson. […]

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