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Metro Nashville Public Schools Ignores the Constitution During Constitution Week

Metro Nashville Public Schools has not promoted Constitution Day or Constitution Week at the district level. District spokeswoman Michelle Machaud told The Tennessee Star that “we are not as a district” promoting Constitution Week but that “it may be possible social studies teachers are observing this.” The Star contacted several…

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Recognition of Constitution Week Spotty in Middle Tennessee Public Schools Outside of Nashville

Constitution Week will soon be over and Tennesseans who want to see the annual tradition promoted are worried it has gone by unnoticed by too many public schools. While some educators and outside groups have thrown themselves into promoting the week, there has been a lack of coordination at a…

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Commentary: The Swamp Goes All In Against Judge Roy Moore in Alabama GOP Senate Runoff Election

by ConservativeHQ.com Staff   The independent polls show Judge Roy Moore with a strong, and holding, 7-point lead over appointed establishment Republican Senator Luther Strange in Alabama’s upcoming Republican primary runoff. The depth of the panic sparked by the idea of a Roy Moore victory has driven Senate Majority Leader…

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Franklin Graham Speaks in Nashville at Fundraiser for The Bridge Ministry

NASHVILLE, Tennessee — Franklin Graham spoke Thursday evening at a fundraiser for The Bridge Ministry held at Lipscomb University. More than 700 people attended the event at Allen Arena, which included dinner and entertainment by Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum. The Bridge is a Nashville area Christian nonprofit that serves…

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Sharyl Attkisson Rips Media for Ignoring Weaponization of Intel Agencies under Obama

Investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson says media outlets are “diving deeply into minutiae” to avoid a stark development: President Trump’s previously ridiculed “wiretapping” claims appear to be true. Ms. Attkisson has warned of the weaponization of intelligence agencies since her laptop for CBS News stories was hacked on multiple occasions in…

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Nashville’s Music Community Shocked and Saddened by the Death of Beloved Songwriter Mark Selby

Nashville is a tight-knit community, filled with people who know as much about each other’s professional accomplishments as they do about how each other’s kids are doing in school. So when word came that acclaimed songwriter Mark Selby had passed away on Sept. 18 following a very private battle with…

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RTA: Mt. Juliet Not Paying for Music City Star Commuter Rail Service

The Regional Transit Authority (RTA) and Mt. Juliet city officials are sparring over costs of operating the Music City Star commuter rail service. The RTA claims that Mt. Juliet has not paid its operating contribution since 2014. The Lebanon Democrat reports that RTA staff members plan to meet with Mt. Juliet officials…

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Randy Boyd Only Gubernatorial Candidate Not Represented at Knox County GOP Forum

KNOXVILLE, Tennessee – At the Knox County Republican Party Gubernatorial Candidate Forum held Monday evening at the Knoxville Expo Center, five of the six candidates were represented. Sen. Mae Beavers, Speaker Beth Harwell and Kay White appeared in person, while Congressman Diane Black and Bill Lee had surrogates. Randy Boyd…

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