Archive for August 6th, 2020

Left AND Right Blowing Propaganda Smoke over Vote by Mail

Left AND Right Blowing Propaganda Smoke over Vote by Mail

on August 6, 2020, 9:16 AM / in Opinion

(Chuck Muth) – This one is long, so don’t bother reading it unless you’re interested in facts, not fake news, regarding Nevada’s new-but-not-improved general election voting process that was just approved during a special session of the Legislature. Partisans on both sides of this issue are guilty of providing false information soaked in hyperbole which is succeeding in nothing more than […]

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Another Day, Another Dollar…

on August 6, 2020, 9:02 AM / in National News

By KENNY POLCARI Nasdaq pierces 11,000 Main St watching Wall St watching Pennsylvania Ave Eco data continues to improve Gov’t considers extending PPP loans Will Joey announce today? Who will be the VP’s VP? Back to Basics – Try the Spaghetti and Meatballs Another day another dollar… stocks rise, Nasdaq surges up and thru 11,000 (for a brief moment), Apple […]

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IDPA Shoot Sunday 08/09/2020 at 2:00

on August 6, 2020, 8:48 AM / in Announcements

Don’t forget the IDPA shoot scheduled for this Sunday at the Tennessee Sports Foundation – 3583 Riverside Drive, Jackson. Try to come 30 minutes early to help set up the course of fire. Bring 100 rounds and you will have plenty.  We WILL NOT wear a cover garment (jacket, coat, vest, etc.) Make sure to always check here to see […]

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WHO: Maybe COVID-19 Didn’t Originate in Wuhan, After All

WHO: Maybe COVID-19 Didn’t Originate in Wuhan, After All

on August 6, 2020, 8:47 AM / in International News

by Luis Miguel A senior official for the World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday said that COVID-19 did not necessarily first transmit from animals to humans in Wuhan, China, as is commonly believed, owing to it being the place where health experts first found clusters of the disease. Dr. Michael Ryan, who serves as executive director of the Health Emergencies […]

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Seattle – GET OFF MY LAWN

on August 6, 2020, 8:42 AM / in Opinion

I am sitting here watching the local news and how the Seattle City Council plans to greatly defund the police dept.  With all the criminal acts that have been going on in Seattle (SHOP/CHAZ and then spreading out all over the city… my thoughts have gone to that famous saying by my favorite actor …   “GET OFF MY LAWN”  […]

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Republican Party of Madison County Endorses O’Neal Henley for School Board!

Republican Party of Madison County Endorses O’Neal Henley for School Board!

on August 6, 2020, 8:40 AM / in Announcements

Chairman’s Corner Larry Lowrance The Madison County Republican Party Executive Committee  endorses  O’Neal Henley  (District 2)  for  Jackson Madison County School Board   Early Voting starts July 17th. Election day is August 6th.

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Some News for the Week…. August 6, 2020

on August 6, 2020, 8:38 AM / in National News

Ratings crash for NBA, MLB after protest-filled debuts Breitbart’s Warner Todd Huston writes, “It appears TV viewers are not interested in what the increasingly woke leagues have to offer.” Jersey sales soar for Orlando Magic’s Jonathan Isaac after he stood alone for the National Anthem The Daily Wire’s Paul Bois writes, “Isaac’s jersey is the second-best seller on the league’s […]

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Censoring the right

Censoring the right

on August 6, 2020, 8:36 AM / in National News, Opinion

Gary Varvel’s Week in review “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, kindness, goodness,  faithfulness, gentleness, self-control.” – Galatians 5:22-23. The verse above lists the fruit of the Spirit of God. Believers act like this list. Contrast that with godless people who are controlled by their emotions listed in verses 20-21 of that same chapter. It says, “Hatred, contentions, […]

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Caucus August 13th!

Caucus August 13th!

on August 6, 2020, 8:27 AM / in Local News

Madison County Republican Party Republican Caucus to Nominate Candidate for Madison County Commission, District 4, Position 2 to be held August 13, at 6 pm at Jackson Country Club Ballroom  The Madison County Republican Party will hold a caucus for the purpose of nominating a Republican candidate to run for the vacant Madison County Commission, District 4, Position 2 seat, formerly […]

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Michael Jordan Hails Tiger Woods for Making Golf Less of a ‘White Man’s Sport’

on August 6, 2020, 8:22 AM / in Sports

  In a magazine interview, golf fanatic and NBA GOAT Michael Jordan gave high praise to Tiger Woods for making golf less of a “white man’s sport.” The footage is from an interview Jordan did with Cigar Aficionado magazine three years ago. When asked if he thought Jack Niklaus or Tiger Woods was the golf “GOAT” (greatest of all time), the NBA […]

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Tennessee Supreme Court Limits Who Can Vote Absentee

Tennessee Supreme Court Limits Who Can Vote Absentee

on August 6, 2020, 8:12 AM / in State News

BY DANIEL JACKSON (CN) — In a setback for voting rights activists who sought to open up absentee voting to anyone concerned with contracting Covid-19, the Tennessee Supreme Court limited who could vote by mail in the upcoming presidential election. In a ruling issued Wednesday evening, the supreme court said a Davidson County Chancery Court judge who ordered the state […]

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Trump Campaign Sues Nev. Over Mail-In Voting Law

on August 6, 2020, 8:10 AM / in National News

President Trump has doubled down on his criticism of mail-in ballots. His reelection campaign and the Republican National Committee have sued Nevada to block its new law, which would require election officials to send mail-in ballots to all of the state’s registered voters. “I mean, honestly, it’s a disgrace,” said the president. “Universal mail-in ballots is going to be a […]

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Complaint Filed Against State Sen. John Stevens for Misuse of Campaign Funds

Complaint Filed Against State Sen. John Stevens for Misuse of Campaign Funds

on August 6, 2020, 8:00 AM / in State News

Story by Laura Baigert  |   Tennessee Star A sworn complaint was filed against State Sen. John Stevens to the state’s Registry of Election Finance alleging the improper use of campaign funds for the August 6 Republican primary. Stevens is finishing up his second term as senator for the state’s 24th district, having first been elected in 2012.  District 24 includes […]

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Tennessee vet warns of livestock illness hitting Midwest

on August 6, 2020, 7:50 AM / in State News

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee’s state veterinarian is advising livestock owners to look out for signs of a disease that has affected horses, cattle and other animals in several Midwest states. State Veterinarian Samantha Beaty said in a news release that vesicular stomatitis virus, or VSV, has not yet entered Tennessee, but it has sickened livestock in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, […]

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The Tennessee Republican primary proves whoever wins in November, Trumpism is here to stay

on August 6, 2020, 7:49 AM / in Opinion

A view from the Left Skylar Baker-Jordan reports that: Democrats often talk about Donald Trump as though he’s Bowser in the Super Mario games. Once he is defeated, the game is over. Good vanquished evil, the princess is saved, and peace restored to the Mushroom Kingdom. Yet, as in the Mario franchise, there is always a sequel. Bowser never goes away. He […]

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US Senate candidates Bill Hagerty, Manny Sethi undergo COVID-19 testing

on August 6, 2020, 7:24 AM / in State News

One day before voters head to the polls for Tennessee’s primary election and days after an attendee at a political event in East Tennessee tested positive for COVID-19, the top Republicans in the U.S. Senate race announced they would get tested. GOP U.S. Senate candidates Dr. Manny Sethi and Bill Hagerty, who have spent months campaigning while shaking hands, holding indoor […]

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Knox County Board of Health approves reopening bars with curfew

on August 6, 2020, 7:20 AM / in State News

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — The Knox County Board of Health voted Wednesday night to allow bars to reopen with a 10 p.m. curfew. The change, proposed by Dr. Patrick O’Brien, passed with the support of Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs in a seven-to-one vote. The curfew that was passed is set to expire August 20, unless it is extended. The […]

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Manny Sethi Says Bill Hagerty Accepted and then Returned Mitt Romney Donation

on August 6, 2020, 7:08 AM / in National News, State News

U.S. Senate candidate Manny Sethi on Wednesday accused opponent Bill Hagerty of accepting a donation from U.S. Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) and then discretely returning it. This, according to a press release that the Sethi campaign emailed this week. “This is so swampy: Bill Hagerty accepted the maximum donation from Mitt Romney and was so desperate to hide it that […]

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How Ayn Rand’s Dystopian Novella Anticipated Cancel Culture

How Ayn Rand’s Dystopian Novella Anticipated Cancel Culture

on August 6, 2020, 7:05 AM / in News

From the Federal Observer One of Ayn Rand’s lesser-known works of fiction paints a disturbingly familiar picture. Recent legislators, activists, and education reformers have promised to lead us into a new world of equity. No longer will some groups have a different lifestyle from others. No longer will some groups have a different education from others. There will be reform […]

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The New York Times: Tennessee Republicans, Once Moderate and Genteel, Turn Toxic in the Trump Era.

on August 6, 2020, 7:02 AM / in Opinion, State News

From A Disgruntled Republican in Nashville In the Senate primary race to replace Lamar Alexander, two candidates are fighting to see who can better emulate the president. It isn’t pretty. The New York Times –  …..Mr. Hagerty …, with an attack-filled tirade, claiming that Mr. Sethi, an orthopedic surgeon, had an “abysmal” record of supporting the Trump agenda and a soft […]

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