Fiscal conservatives and free market advocates are calling out U.S. Republican Sen. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee for his new health care legislation they say is almost as bad as something Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez would push.Read More
Bill Hagerty announced Monday he is indeed running for Lamar Alexander’s U.S. Senate seat.
Hagerty said in a press release he decided to run after he “saw the threat to Tennessee and our country from the Democrats’ socialist agenda.”Read More
Bill Hagerty, likely to run for Lamar Alexander’s U.S. Senate seat, warned Tennessee residents on his Twitter page that members of the Democratic Party have brought their immigration agenda to the Volunteer State.Read More
Terrible ideas come in all partisan packages and this seems to be particularly true when it comes to federalizing your health care.Read More
Air ambulance companies are reportedly upset with Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) and his attempts to ban surprise medical billing.Read More
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Dr. Manny Sethi spoke at the Clay County Reagan Day Dinner Sunday.
“You made me who I am,” Sethi told audience members.Read More
Two Tennessee state representatives, one a Republican, another a Democrat, have called out Tennessee Republican Sen. Lamar Alexander for what they call “a dangerous proposal” in a bill he’s introduced to address surprise medical billing.Read More
U.S. Ambassador to Japan Bill Hagerty has left the Land of the Rising Sun to return to the Volunteer State in a likely run for Lamar Alexander’s Senate seat. Hagerty tweeted, “Farewell Japan, and thank you for the incredible hospitality you have shown me and my family. These past…Read More
Certain electric vehicles emit 11 percent to 28 percent more carbon dioxide than their diesel counterparts, even though various U.S. politicians, including U.S. Republican Sen. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee, want taxpayer subsidies for such cars. According to a recent article on the Institute for Energy Research’s website, a study…Read More
Republicans and Democrats in the U.S. Senate have proposed nearly three dozen specific bipartisan provisions that will reduce the cost of what Americans pay for health care, according to U.S. Republican Sen. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee. Alexander made this announcement Thursday on his Twitter page and posted a video…Read More