Monty Hall of Game Show ‘Let’s Make a Deal’ Fame Dies at 96

LOS ANGELES—Monty Hall, the original host and co-creator of “Let’s Make a Deal,” the long-running game show that debuted in 1963, making kooky audience costumes and carnival-style bartering an institution on daytime television, has died, according to Associated Press. He was 96. Hall, who was also a dedicated philanthropist, died…

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University Approves Policy to Allow Expulsion or Suspension of Protesting Students

A major national university has approved a policy to suspend and expel students who protest “campus speeches and presentations.” The University of Wisconsin system Board of Regents voted on the new punishments for students who have already been charged with “disrupting others’ free expression.” Now, students who offend a second…

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Small Businesses Carry Burden of High Taxes in Tennessee

Small business owners in Tennessee are paying the price — literally — for large corporations raking in tax breaks. “What we keep seeing is that small business owners are taking on the burden of higher taxes for governments to give their tax dollars to big businesses,” said Mark Cunningham, a…

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‘On Eagles Wings’ State Conference in Cool Springs Saturday to Feature William Federer and All-Star Speaker Lineup

The annual state conference of the Eagle Forum, the powerful national grassroots organization founded by Phyllis Schafly in 1972, will be held this Saturday, October 7, at the Embassy Suites in the Cool Springs area of Franklin, Tennessee. The all day conference begins at 8:30 am and will continue until…

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Retired NFL Star Herschel Walker Sides with Donald Trump: ‘If You Want to Protest, Protest Off the Job’

Former NFL running back Herschel Walker agrees with President Trump on the national anthem protests, saying athletes should set aside their political differences when they’re at work and save the protesting for their own time. Mr. Walker, who supported Mr. Trump’s presidential campaign, said he agrees with the president that…

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DOJ Sues Company For Allegedly Hiring Foreign Workers Over Qualified Americans

The Justice Department announced Thursday that it has filed a lawsuit against an agricultural services company for allegedly rejecting American citizen applicants in favor of foreign guest workers. Colorado-based Crop Production Services Inc. discriminated against at least three U.S. citizens by refusing to employ them as seasonal technicians in Texas,…

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Gov. Haslam Has Not Kept Campaign Promises to Curb Illegal Immigration in Tennessee

Broken promises from Bill Haslam’s 2010 campaign could figure prominently in any run for Bob Corker’s Senate seat.  While campaigning for governor, Haslam repeatedly raised the issue of illegal immigration and how he, as governor, would work to insulate Tennessee from the negative fiscal effects of illegal immigration and from…

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