Archive for July 29th, 2018

De-Annexation Plan Encounters Memphis City Council Resistance

on July 29, 2018, 7:38 AM / in State News

By Bill Dries  |  The Daily News The Strickland administration’s proposal to de-annex two more parts of the city – Southwind-Windyke and Rocky Point – got bad reviews Tuesday, July 24, in city council committee sessions on their way to the first of three council votes in August. The five-member council committee reviewing the two de-annexation ordinances recommended against full […]

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Big fight, huge expenditures in Tennessee gubernatorial primary dominate Thursday elections

Big fight, huge expenditures in Tennessee gubernatorial primary dominate Thursday elections

on July 29, 2018, 7:34 AM / in State News

by Andy Sher  |   Chattanooga Times Free Press NASHVILLE — Tennessee political hopefuls are charging, sometimes through mud, towards the finish line in Thursday’s election in which voters will choose Republican and Democratic nominees in primary races for state and federal office, as well as county-level general election contests. It’s the first time in 16 years that both the governor’s mansion […]

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Who I am voting for, for Governor in the Republican primary.

on July 29, 2018, 7:25 AM / in Opinion, State News

A Disgruntled Republican in Nashville As a minor league blogger pundit, I have a few people who apparently value my opinion and they keep asking me who I’m supporting for governor.  I usually have strong opinions backed up by reasons I can articulate. If I were to tell someone who I was supporting for governor, I would want to be […]

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Churches may have to pay taxes, and members of Congress may pay politically

Churches may have to pay taxes, and members of Congress may pay politically

on July 29, 2018, 6:43 AM / in National News

BY EMMA DUMAIN  |  McClatchy Washington Bureau WASHINGTON  Members of Congress should be able to work together to protect houses of worship from having to pay taxes, especially in an election year when both parties want to earn the faith community’s vote. In an era of pervasive partisan politics, however, not even that is a guarantee. Some Republicans do want to […]

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Amazon’s Face Recognition Falsely Matched 28 Members of Congress With Mugshots

Amazon’s Face Recognition Falsely Matched 28 Members of Congress With Mugshots

on July 29, 2018, 6:17 AM / in National News

Editor’s Note: I know what you are thinking… We have presented you with an article presented to us by the ACLU… now why in the world would you have done that. Well the ACLU is software testing some facial recognition software and using members of the United States Congress as the sample pack for the test. Don’t you see the […]

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Pastor Takes Out Shooter and Treats Wounded after Sunday Sermon

Pastor Takes Out Shooter and Treats Wounded after Sunday Sermon

on July 29, 2018, 6:06 AM / in State News

By MAIREAD MCARDLE  |  National Review A small-town pastor revealed Wednesday that he had stopped a shooter who went on a rampage this Father’s Day. The shooter, a convicted felon, had already wounded several as he made his way Sunday to a Walmart in Tumwater, Wash., where he began shooting at customers and anyone who tried to stop him. As customers fled in fear, David […]

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Barack Obama got called out for one unspeakable act

Barack Obama got called out for one unspeakable act

on July 29, 2018, 6:00 AM / in Opinion

RenewedRight.com Millions of Americans believe Barack Obama was the worst President ever. His corrupt and lawless administration presided over some of the biggest scandals in American history. Now that he is out of office, the truth about Obama’s poisonous conduct is coming to light. Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney delivered remarks at the State Department’s Ministerial to […]

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