Archive for November 3rd, 2019

At Fairgrounds “Mistakes Were Made” and City Hall Made Them

on November 3, 2019, 7:32 AM / in State News

by Peter White, Tennessee Tribune Nov. 1, 2019- It’s only a matter of time before the MLS soccer stadium contracts will be voided and put out to bid again. Whether Metro or Nashville SC will suggest another site for soccer instead of the Fairgrounds is unclear. In court documents, Metro lawyers admitted for the first time last week that the […]

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A group dressed in KKK robes wandered the streets of Jamestown, Tennessee, on Halloween

on November 3, 2019, 7:29 AM / in State News

Rather Brave we think A group of people dressed as Ku Klux Klan members in Jamestown, Tennessee, on Halloween night and roamed around town, sparking outrage and alarm online. They are shown in several social media posts. One photo shows seven people in Klan robes and hoods standing at the outside dining area of a Sonic fast food restaurant. Their outfits include KKK insignia. […]

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Elvis, Religion, Elephants, and Life

Elvis, Religion, Elephants, and Life

on November 3, 2019, 7:20 AM / in Religion

By: Mike Upchurch | Desoto County Newsroom I was talking with one of my close friends the other day and we were musing about a mutual friend who is a huge Elvis fan.  I made the comment that it was a bit strange that a grown man would love a dead guy. Now, I’m not knocking Elvis.  I like his […]

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Lt. Col. Vindman is a tool

Lt. Col. Vindman is a tool

on November 3, 2019, 7:17 AM / in Opinion

By Donald Sensing I mean that Army Lt. Col. and National Security Council staffer Alexander Vindman is being used as a tool by House Democrats, not that he is trying to do so – although the evidence that he is trying is not absent, see below. The impeachers are accusing Republicans of attacking Vindman’s service and patriotism. Funny thing is, I have […]

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Lower Broadway building listed for $27M

Lower Broadway building listed for $27M

on November 3, 2019, 7:13 AM / in State News

Offering of structure last home to Cotton-Eyed Joe is equivalent of almost $1,400 per foot A Lower Broadway building that sold for $18.5 million in April is now listed for sale for $27 million — the equivalent of almost $1,400 per foot. The five-story building, long home to since-closed clothing, records and souvenir retailer Cotton-Eyed Joe, is located at 200 […]

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School board retreat talks site plans of two new schools

on November 3, 2019, 7:11 AM / in Local News

Story by  Stephanie Fernandez  |  WBBJ School board members held a day-long retreat to discuss goals, themes and visions for Jackson-Madison County schools. School board members gathered for the board retreat Saturday. One of the topics discussed during the retreat was the search for a new superintendent. “I was designated in this role for a year until the board search for […]

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Hillary Clinton thinks ‘God put her on earth’ to be president, former Bill Clinton adviser says

Hillary Clinton thinks ‘God put her on earth’ to be president, former Bill Clinton adviser says

on November 3, 2019, 6:22 AM / in National News, Opinion

Despite a failed run at the presidency in 2016, one former adviser to Bill Clinton reckons Hillary is waiting in the wings for another try in 2020, claiming “She feels like God put her on the earth to do it.” Speaking to New York talk radio host John Catsimatidis on Sunday, Dick Morris said that Hillary Clinton is likely eyeing […]

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Special Mobi Monday Edition

Special Mobi Monday Edition

on November 3, 2019, 6:19 AM / in Announcements

Washington State Voters Find Your Ballot and Vote. Low Turnout Reported. Ballots due by Nov 5. PLEASE VOTE. Encourage others to do the same. Even if it’s for only one race, referendum, or initiative, please vote. Your vote matters. Tell your family and friends. Special Attention: Referendum 88   R 88 is the Vote on Initiative 1000. R 88 is […]

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Meet Sparrow

Meet Sparrow

on November 3, 2019, 6:00 AM / in People

Meet Sparrow When Sparrow suddenly stopped trying to learn to crawl, her doctors attributed it to allergies. But her parents knew it had to be something else. Finally, her bloodwork revealed she had a type of blood cancer — Sparrow was immediately referred to St. Jude for the lifesaving care she needed. Read Sparrow’s story. “This holiday season, give thanks for the […]

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The Forgotten Amendment…..

on November 3, 2019, 6:00 AM / in History, National News, News
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Quote for Today

on November 3, 2019, 6:00 AM / in History

“Despite the fact that today’s increasing levels of federal government spending are unsustainable, there is little evidence that Americans have the willingness to do anything about it. Any politician who’d even talk about significantly reining in unsustainable entitlement spending would be run out of town. Any politician telling the American people they must pay higher taxes to support handout spending, […]

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November 3rd in History

November 3rd in History

on November 3, 2019, 6:00 AM / in History

November 3 is the 307th day of the year (308th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 58 days remaining until the end of the year. This date is slightly more likely to fall on a Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday (58 in 400 years each) than on Sunday or Monday (57), and slightly less likely to occur on […]

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MSNBC Host Warns Viewers She Has Bad News for Democrats

on November 3, 2019, 6:00 AM / in National News

David Rutz is senior writer at the Washington Free Beacon. He was previously a sports reporter for two years in Atlanta and has done freelance sports reporting for the Washington Post. He graduated from Vanderbilt University in 2010 and lives in Marietta, Ga. His Twitter handle is @DavidRutz. MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle warned viewers before a break Tuesday that an upcoming segment […]

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Another Chance

Another Chance

on November 3, 2019, 6:00 AM / in Religion

Do you love Me? . . . Tend My sheep. —John 21:16 Jesus promised Peter something every repentant believer craves—another chance (Luke 22:31-34). After telling him Satan would sift him as wheat, Jesus reassured Peter that He had prayed that his faith would not fail. Although Peter had insisted he would never forsake Him, Jesus said he would deny Him […]

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Jackson Police announce Employee of the Month for the month of November 2019

on November 3, 2019, 5:44 AM / in Local News

Jackson Police are pleased to announce Officer Zack Brown as November Employee of the Month.  Officer Z. Brown has been employed with the Jackson Police Department for approximately two years and is currently assigned to the Patrol Division.  He also has served his country.  Officer Z. Brown honorably served four years in the Marine Corp prior to coming to the Jackson Police Department. Officer Z. […]

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The “Deep State” Has Been Redefined as Career Bureaucrats Doing Their Patriotic Duty

The “Deep State” Has Been Redefined as Career Bureaucrats Doing Their Patriotic Duty

on November 3, 2019, 5:31 AM / in Opinion

By Edward Curtin It gets funny, this shallow analysis of the deep state that is currently big news.  There’s something ghoulish about it, perfectly timed for Halloween and masked jokers.  What was once ridiculed by the CIA and its attendant lackeys in the media as the paranoia of “conspiracy theorists” is now openly admitted in reverent tones of patriotic fervor.  But […]

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Vote for Pork of the Year!

Vote for Pork of the Year!

on November 3, 2019, 5:03 AM / in State News

From the Beacon Center of Tennessee It’s that time of year again! Time to vote for the 2019 Pork of the Year. Here are your options: $700,000 of a pledged $2 million in federal and state taxpayer money was spent to build a visitor center at Reelfoot Lake, only to ultimately be torn down because it didn’t meet earthquake requirements. […]

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