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  • A role unawares; how state law makes you member of Tennessee militia

    In World War II, state government organized what is now the Tennessee Defense Force to provide emergency manpower and a “force multiplier.”

    In World War II, state government organized what is now the Tennessee Defense Force to provide emergency manpower and a “force multiplier.”

    A confrontation between militarized federal employees and armed supporters of a Nevada rancher brings up the question of how to maintain public order and the security of the people. Whether their enemy is an errant national power, riot or insurrection, Tennesseans are already organized. Men of military age constitute what in state law is an unorganized militia. Please read more.

  • Can you resist illegal search if Jesus says turn other cheek?


    Video streaming by Ustream Equity is not egalitarianism. Equity is fairness, overseen by law and courts such as chancery in Hamilton County. Its origin in God is best explained in the scriptural record. In equity you maintain your legal rights. But Christianity demands much more than that. Twelve minutes.

  • As economy decentralizes, it will be easier to find meaning in work

    Young crewmembers bustle to serve the public in the Hixson, Tenn., Chick-fil-A restaurant.

    Young crewmembers bustle to serve the public in the Hixson, Tenn., Chick-fil-A restaurant. Andreas Shedrick is at right.

    Factory labor is unskilled, repetitive and soul-destroying for many. The rise of industrial economy has deprived men of the meaning of work. But as nation-controlling cartels lose their grip on the economy, there’s hope we can regain custody of agency and purpose of work and output. Please read more.

  • Knoxville schools bar mild-mannered prof from talking about sharia

    Prof. Bill Warner confronts Knoxville public school opinion enforcement rules that prevent him from speaking publicly about sharia — or Mohammedan — law to students. State universities such as UTC are joining the trend to “licensing” speech, according to today’s Times Free Press, an ill omen as prospects for national political and economic crises grow. Four minutes.

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