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Chairman and Owner of NHL’s Democrat Predators Contributed $5,400 to Phil Bredesen’s U.S. Senate Campaign

Thomas Cigarran, the Chairman and lead owner of the NHL’s Nashville Predators, contributed $5,400 to the U.S. Senate campaign of Democrat Phil Bredesen on March 31, 2018, according to Federal Election Commission records, signifying the beginning of the sudden transformation of the organization he leads from a professional major league…

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Nashville Soccer Club Lands Internationally Famous Executive for Taxpayer-Funded Stadium

Internationally renowned soccer executive Ian Ayre was announced as the first-ever CEO of Nashville’s Major League Soccer club on Monday, NewsChannel 5 reported. His team will have a nice taxpayer-funded stadium in which to play. Ayre served as CEO of Liverpool Football Club of the English Premier League, one of…

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Sports Experts, Commentators Call Penalty on Nashville Predators For Endorsing Briley

Yet another Nashville Predators foray into progressive politics has some saying the team’s president and CEO should spend time in the penalty box. The National Hockey League team’s President/CEO Sean Henry endorsed liberal mayoral candidate David Briley. The former vice mayor assumed office in March when disgraced Mayor Megan Barry…

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Boyd Says He’s Against Sanctuary Cities But Is Still Working With Conexion Americas to Help Illegal Aliens

Randy Boyd

Mega millionaire Randy Boyd says that how he spends his millions, including the $250,000 donation to Conexion Americas or his interlocking education initiative that demands “education equity” for illegal alien students, “has nothing to do with immigration or in-state tuition,” issues that have fueled frustration with the growing illegal alien…

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Conservative Terry Roland Decides to Not Launch Write-in Campaign for Shelby County Mayor after GOP Primary Loss to Lenoir

The  Commercial Appeal is reporting that defeated Republican candidate for Shelby  County Mayor Terry Roland has decided to not mount a write-in campaign, opting for party unity, instead. Roland lost the May 1 primary with 29 percent of the vote to David Lenoir’s 62 percent. Lenoir faces Democrat Lee Harris…

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