New Fellow at Texas Public Policy Institute, Carol Swain Says ‘Everything We See Taking Place in Washington is About Control’

Monday morning on the Tennessee Star Report, host Michael Patrick Leahy welcomed Dr. Carol Swain, newly appointed fellow at the Texas Public Policy Institute to the newsmakers line to discuss her new position and stopping the divisive narrative in America.

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Carol Swain Joins the Texas Public Policy Foundation as a Distinguished Senior Fellow for Constitutional Studies

Dr. Carol Swain, a former professor at Vanderbilt University and Princeton University, will join the Texas Public Policy Foundation as a Distinguished Senior Fellow for Constitutional Studies, according to a press release from the group on Friday.

In her position, Swain will assist the foundation in initiatives that examine Critical Race Theory (CRT) and the importance of civics education.

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Ohio Group Lends Support to End Eviction Ban

An Ohio think tank believes an eviction moratorium put in place during the COVID-19 pandemic causes more harm than good and should be ended.

The Buckeye Institute joined the Texas Public Policy Foundation and the Southeastern Legal Foundation’s lawsuit on behalf of a Texas landlord that is now before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

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Texas City Featured in Al Gore’s ‘Inconvenient Sequel’ Lost Millions in its Green Energy Gamble

by Michael Bastasch   Former Vice President Al Gore hailed the city of Georgetown, Texas, for powering itself with only solar and wind energy, but now the city is losing millions on its green energy gamble. Georgetown’s bet against fossil fuel prices cost the city-owned utility nearly $7 million this…

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