Archive for January 13th, 2019

Linda Sarsour: “My beloved Prophet Muhammad was an activist. He was a human rights activist. ”

on January 13, 2019, 9:00 AM / in Opinion

As I am watching the increase in the Islam/Muslim females who are making headlines (none of them good headlines for America) my mind goes to the evil women in scripture and how they brought down entire nations.  Delilah, Salome, Potiphar’s Wife, Jezebel, the women of Zion. These present day JEZEBELS who are active in America politics should be removed – […]

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White House petition to keep the government shut down

on January 13, 2019, 8:58 AM / in Announcements

WE THE PEOPLE ASK THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO TAKE OR EXPLAIN A POSITION ON AN ISSUE OR POLICY: Continue the Shutdown Created by L.F. on January 12, 2019 We, the people, want our border with Mexico secured. We request that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell continue the government shut down until Democrats agree to fully fund the wall. The American […]

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Selective hearing? Woman is deaf, but only when it comes to men’s voices

Selective hearing? Woman is deaf, but only when it comes to men’s voices

on January 13, 2019, 8:54 AM / in International News

In what almost sounds like an excuse not to listen to her boyfriend, a woman in China has been diagnosed with a rare condition that makes her unable to hear the sound of men’s voices, but can hear women just fine. The woman, who has only been identified by her surname, Chen, woke to find she was unable to hear […]

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The Irony of Refusing to Swear in on the Bible

The Irony of Refusing to Swear in on the Bible

on January 13, 2019, 8:51 AM / in National News, Opinion

By Jerry Newcombe, D.Min. Last week, the first openly bisexual senator was sworn in…and she refused to be sworn in on the Holy Bible, as is customary. She instead opted for a law book with the Arizona Constitution and the U.S. Constitution, because, she says, of her “love for the Constitution.” Senator Kyrsten Sinema has a first name that ironically means, […]

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Supreme Court won’t intervene in case of Christian jailed for helping child flee lesbian ‘mother’

on January 13, 2019, 8:49 AM / in National News

(LifeSiteNews) – The United States Supreme Court has rejected a request for a stay of sentence in the case of a Christian businessman convicted of “international parental kidnapping” for helping a mother and her child escape an unrelated lesbian “mother” imposed on the child by a Vermont court. 61-year-old Philip Zodhiates is the president of the conservative direct mail fundraising company […]

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TRUMP: THE GREAT PROCRASTINATOR

on January 13, 2019, 8:44 AM / in Opinion

Back when it was abundantly clear the Sessions/Rosenstein/Mueller deck was being stacked against President Trump, I and a lot of you were calling for President Trump to immediately fire Sessions, Rosenstein and Mueller.  Had he done so back then, all the political heat and media outrage would have cooled off by the time the 2018 elections were held, and I […]

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Monthly Meeting Madison County Republican Party January 14th

Monthly Meeting Madison County Republican Party January 14th

on January 13, 2019, 8:25 AM / in Announcements

Madison County Republican Party Meeting will be held Monday, January 14th, at 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Location: Rock’n Dough at 16 Jackson Walk Plaza They will be discussing the MCRP reorganization and the specifics on Reagan day.

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Pentagon: Military Logistics System Not Ready for War With China or Russia

Pentagon: Military Logistics System Not Ready for War With China or Russia

on January 13, 2019, 8:04 AM / in National News

By  Bill Gertz  |   Washington Free Beacon The strategic American military system for moving troops, weapons, and supplies over long distances has decayed significantly and needs rapid upgrading to be ready for any future war with China or Russia, according to a report by the Pentagon’s Defense Science Board. A special task force on survivable logistics evaluated the military’s current airlift, […]

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Tennessee Democrats Re-Elect Far Left Mary Mancini As State Party Chair, Republicans Cheer

Tennessee Democrats Re-Elect Far Left Mary Mancini As State Party Chair, Republicans Cheer

on January 13, 2019, 7:34 AM / in State News

by Jason M. Reynolds  |  Tennessee Star Tennessee Democratic Party State Chair Mary Mancini won another two year term Saturday as the party’s leader. It was a landslide victory for Mancini over her only serious opponent, Holly McCall, Williamson County’s Democratic Party chair. Mancini received 48 votes from the members of the Democratic Party State Executive Committee, while McCall received just […]

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Prayers for Local County Commissioner

Prayers for Local County Commissioner

on January 13, 2019, 7:31 AM / in Local News, State News

Prayers from the Staff of The Jackson Press go out to County Commissioner Doug Stephenson who will be going through open heart surgery later this week. Rumor has it that Jackson City Councilman Charles Rahm will not seek reelection to the Jackson City Council in the 2019 May elections. In 2017, Councilman Rahm voted against the resolution (councilwoman Vicky Foote abstained and councilman […]

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Madison County fined over $200K by the IRS

Madison County fined over $200K by the IRS

on January 13, 2019, 7:16 AM / in Local News, News, State News

By Adam Friedman  |   Jackson Sun Madison County was fined $208,520 by the Internal Revenue Service on July 31, 2017, after an issue with the filing of employees’ 2015 W-2 forms. “I’m disappointed,” Madison County Mayor Jimmy Harris said Friday. “As far I know, we’ve filed them on time every other year, but we’ll deal with it.” The mayor’s office and […]

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Nashville Metro Councilwoman Mina Johnson won’t seek re-election

on January 13, 2019, 7:13 AM / in State News

District 23 Metro Councilwoman Mina Johnson has announced she will not be seeking reelection. This is good news.  Like most Metro council members Mina Johnson is a liberal. She was one of the council members who voted for a tax increase last year. She also voted for the resolution which would continue the auto emissions testing program in Nashville even though […]

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Mark Cochran takes Oath of Office

Mark Cochran takes Oath of Office

on January 13, 2019, 7:11 AM / in State News
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Democratic Hawaii Rep. Gabbard running for president in 2020

Democratic Hawaii Rep. Gabbard running for president in 2020

on January 13, 2019, 7:10 AM / in National News

By The Associated Press Editor’s Note: This lady is no snowflake….. but is she ready to take on the U.S. WASHINGTON — Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii has announced that she is running for president in 2020. Gabbard said in a CNN interview slated to air Saturday night that she will be formally announcing her candidacy within the next […]

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Ex-Obama housing chief joins race for president

Ex-Obama housing chief joins race for president

on January 13, 2019, 7:05 AM / in National News

By PAUL J. WEBER  |  The Associated Press Editor’s Note: There must be some measure of profitability in running for President of the United States…. why else would someone run knowing that there is no way you could win. SAN ANTONIO — Assailing President Donald Trump for “a crisis of leadership,” former Obama Cabinet member Julian Castro joined the 2020 […]

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Cleveland City Council to vote on Dethero Property; Agenda for Cleveland Tennessee

on January 13, 2019, 6:59 AM / in State News

By TIM SINIARD  |  Cleveland Daily Banner A final passage of an ordinance that could alter the status of a historic downtown property from residential  to professional zoning will be on the Cleveland City Council agenda Monday when it meets in its regularly scheduled session at the Municipal Building. In addition, the City Council will have a final vote on […]

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Judge denies motion to set aside TVA property access order

on January 13, 2019, 6:56 AM / in State News

By TIM SINIARD |  Cleveland Daily Banner Despite a setback handed to them Friday in a Chattanooga federal court, property owners in Meigs County vow to press ahead in their fight to delay the Tennessee Valley Authority’s use of eminent domain to gain temporary access to their lands for a planned line transmission project. The hearing took place Friday in […]

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CASA names Jane Wright advocate of the year

CASA names Jane Wright advocate of the year

on January 13, 2019, 6:54 AM / in State News

CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Bradley and Polk Counties has named Jane Wright as the agency’s advocate of the year. “We chose Jane as our advocate of the year because she has gone above and beyond what we ever asked of her,” said Case Manager Natalie Barrionuevo. “Since she started volunteering with CASA in 2017, it has been inspiring […]

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Chesney to seek second term as mayor of Morristown

on January 13, 2019, 6:52 AM / in State News

Progressive Morristown Mayor Gary Chesney announced Saturday afternoon he’ll run for his second term in office in the May 7 municipal election. Chesney says he and other Morristown City Council members have begun some important initiatives, and he feels a responsibility to continue. Chesney made his candidacy official Friday when he returned his qualifying petition to the election commission office. […]

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Chattanooga Airbnb hosts earned a combined $11 million in 2018; State collects its part.

on January 13, 2019, 6:44 AM / in State News

According to Airbnb, Chattanooga hosts earned approximately $11 million combined last year despite continued hotel growth. The world’s leading community-driven hospitality company reported that the Scenic City welcomed about 110,000 guests in 2018. Hamilton County hosts earned a combined amount of about $9,300 a year, while Meigs County hosts earned nearly five times that amount with approximately $50,000 a year. While […]

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