This summer, Tennessee’s middle schoolers can look forward to a free Constitution camp – a day of education, games, and prizes on July 7. Students will be treated to a free lunch and a t-shirt as well.
The camp will focus on presentations discussing the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, Bill of Rights, Founding Fathers, and slavery, followed by games reinforcing what the students learned. The camp is based on a curriculum that was directed and started by Sandi Wells. Read More
Organizers have scheduled a second Stop The Steal Rally for this coming weekend in Nashville to protest potential voter fraud and other irregularities that may have affected the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.
The event will take place at noon Saturday on the grounds of the Tennessee State Capitol, said Patrick Hampton, one of the event organizers. Read More
Supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump packed Tennessee’s state capitol Saturday even more motivated, energized, and determined to re-elect the president.
This, even as mainstream media outlets named Joe Biden president-elect in a close contest. Trump and his supporters have presented credible evidence that voter fraud put Biden over the top. Read More
The man who put on the presentation explaining “white privilege” to Hamilton County school teachers has allegedly sent a cease and desist letter to the man who leaked news of that training session to the public. Read More
Chattanooga resident Patrick Hampton, an African-American who doesn’t accept “white privilege” as settled science, gave other blacks an important message to ponder on a livestream Tuesday, likely one they hadn’t heard from any other media. Read More
If you’re going to make Tennessee’s public school teachers learn about “white privilege” then, for balance, you ought to instruct them on the opposing point of view. Read More
The concept of “white privilege,” as taught recently to teachers in Hamilton and Williamson counties, ultimately creates a culture of low expectations for black children and makes those same children bitter toward their white teachers. Read More
An African American Chattanooga man who opposes “white privilege” training in the Hamilton County School System is getting pelted with criticism not only from fellow blacks but from The Chattanooga Times Free Press. Read More