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Papa John’s Founder: NFL Protests Hurting Sales

Papa John’s founder John Schnatter criticized NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Wednesday for the lingering controversy of player protests during the national anthem and blamed the league for declining sales of his pizza. Schnatter expressed his disappointment on a conference call along with other executives from Papa John’s, the official…

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Brad Paisley, Kix Brooks, and Country Music Industry Leaders Urge Lee Thomas Miller to Run for Congress in 7th District

Donald J. Trump was able to parlay his celebrity status into a successful run for the White House, can a Tennessee congressional candidate do the same thing? Some of the biggest names in the country music industry, both artists and songwriters, are publicly encouraging award winning songwriter Lee Thomas Miller…

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State Senator Mark Green Announces Campaign Team in Race for GOP Nomination in 7th Congressional District

State Senator Mark Green (R-Clarksville) announced his complete campaign team for his run to receive the Republican nomination in the 7th Congressional District in a press release issued by his campaign on Thursday: FRANKLIN, Tenn. – Today, Dr. Mark Green announced the team he has assembled to lead his campaign…

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Democratic Rep. Steve Cohen Accuses Conservative Pro-Life Black Woman of ‘Ignorance’ in Abortion Debate Over Heartbeat Bill

U.S. Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN-9) on Wednesday accused an African-American conservative activist who testified about abortion’s harmful effects on the black community of “ignorance” with respect to the sincerity of his positions on social problems and an “inability” to appropriately address Congress. The tense exchange came during a hearing in…

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Tad Cummins Appears In Court For Alleged Kidnapping Of Elizabeth Thomas

Notorious high school teacher Tad Cummins appeared in federal court Monday for a hearing to set his trial date. Cummins, 50, was arrested in April after allegedly kidnapping his 15-year-old former student, Elizabeth Thomas. A judge set Cummins’ trial date for April 17, 2018, according to WKRN-TV. It was previously…

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Commentary: Hillary Clinton, Alger Hiss and the Schism in the American Soul

by George Rasley, ConservativeHQ.com Editor   In 1948, conflicting testimony offered to the House Unamerican Activities Committee (HUAC) by former Democratic State Department official Alger Hiss and Time magazine editor Whittaker Chambers began a dramatic two-year long investigation into which one of the two was lying about his Communist associations…

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Franklin Theatre to Show ‘The Battle of Franklin’ Sunday

The Franklin Theatre on Sunday will screen the 2007 Emmy-award winning documentary The Battle of Franklin. After the rare showing of the Civil War film, there will be a brief panel discussion on the historic battle, the making of the movie and preservation efforts. Produced and directed by Robert Lee…

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