Retired Attorney Mark Pulliam Addresses Increase in Woke Lawfare and the Punishment of Lawyers Engaged in Unpopular Advocacy

Tuesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report, host Leahy welcomed retired attorney Mark Pulliam to the newsmaker line to discuss increasing levels of lawfare based on woke ideologies and offers his advice to new law students.

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WarRoom Battleground: Democrats’ Hyper-Aggressive Map Drawing and ‘Sue to Blue’ Lawfare Strategies Put Republicans at a Disadvantage Heading into the 2022 Elections

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Tuesday morning on War Room Battleground, host Bannon welcomed Tennessee Star journalist Aaron Gulbransen to the show to discuss the aggressive nature of Democrats reducing Republican House seats through lawfare.

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We Build the Wall’s Kris Kobach Joins the Tennessee Star Report from Our Nation’s Capitol to Speak About His Senate Run and the Next Wall

On Wednesday’s Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 am to 8:00 am – live from Washington DC Leahy spoke with Kansas Senate candidate and We Build the Wall’s general counsel, Kris Kobach.

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Court Spikes Environmental Lawsuit Over Trump’s National Monument Cutbacks

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by Tim Pearce   A district court spiked an environmental lawsuit Monday seeking to force the Trump administration to turn over documents related to cutting back national monuments. U.S. District Judge David Nye told the environmental group Advocates for the West (AW) that a dozen documents the organization argued should be made…

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Steve Gill Commentary: T.E.A. Sticking It to Teachers and Taxpayers with Needless Lawsuits

By Steve Gill   The Tennessee Education Association (TEA) often touts their legal prowess in order to justify the annual dues they extract from their union membership. To prove their claim they seem intent on creating lots of litigation through misuse of the 2011 Professional Educators Collaborative Conferencing Act. That…

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