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  • Voters violate clean hands doctrine, should reconsider their state roles

    U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann speaks at an event also attended by, from left, Sen. Harold Corker, Sen. Lamar Alexander and Gov. Bill Haslam. (Photo Facebook)

    U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann speaks at an event also attended by, from left, Sen. Harold Corker, Sen. Lamar Alexander, an unidentified official and Gov. Bill Haslam. (Photo Facebook)

    A further investigation into the idea that voters share in the successes and disasters of modern commercial government, whether in national or state politics. Please read more.

  • Point finger at me — I voted; elections bring blame for national sins to citizens

    Voters who back a sitting federal incumbent stand not just with Lamar Alexander, but in front of him. (Photo Lamaralexander.com)

    Voters who back a sitting federal incumbent stand not just with Lamar Alexander, but in front of him when time comes for blame for national disaster to be apportioned. (Photo Lamaralexander.com)

    Tennessee voters are keeping federal Sen. Lamar  Alexander on his beat in the U.S. capitol. Whether they voted for him or his worthier opponent, Joe Carr, they must accept responsibility for the exercise of U.S. power, whether for good or evil. Please read more.

  • Ordinance boldly discriminates

    A city hall rally in Chattanooga in August 2013 demands special treatment for homosexuals.

    A city hall rally in Chattanooga in August 2013 demands special treatment for homosexuals.

    Chattanooga’s domestic partnership ordinance sides with the nationwide bid to spoil marriage, to make it a pointless custom whose meaning has been scraped out from the inside, like the last baby limb at the end of an abortion. Please read more.

  • How domestic partner benefits bristle with ‘arbitrary, capricious’

    As a citizen, you enjoy protection from the state’s power by a rule known as the “arbitrary and capricious” standard. State actors cannot impose demands on you apart from a clear provision in statute or regulation. To harass you, officialdom must cite a rule. Chattanooga’s gay benefits ordinance fails to meet this standard. Please read more.

     

     

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