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  • Amendment 2 slaps Tennessee commoners in face


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    Amendment 2 in Tennessee is the focus of an intense media campaign to deceive the people. It tells them that if they support the amendment, they reserve their right to elect judges. Truth is, the change in the constitution will cement in place the loss of their right to elect appellate court judges. All they have now is a grant from the political elites to vote, Soviet style, on a slate of candidates in a retention election. They get to vote on a judge after he has been on the bench eight years. Attorney Paul Dietrich of Cleveland explains. 19 minutes.

  • It’s perfectly rational for Barys, other weathermen to ignore sky striping

    To keep their integrity, forecasters who created this chart at a Chattanooga TV station disregard weather-altering activities of Uncle Sam.

    To keep their integrity, forecasters who created this chart at a Chattanooga TV station disregard weather-altering activities of Uncle Sam.

    Professional weather forecasters discount weather modification programs, letting their listeners remain happily unaware of a danger to public health. No malice here. Making an issue of “negative emissions” would unseat their cheery, albeit tedious, daily narrative and cost their careers. Please read more.

  • Tennessee Promise props broken system


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    Gov. Bill Haslam’s giveaway of associate degrees to high school grads seeks to intervene on behalf of a bureaucratic schooling system facing erosion from the digital marketplace where PDFs, free materials, free lectures, YouTube and online resources dominate. It’s as if he were the Fed, spewing credit into the marketplace to keep investors and homebuyers happy; he is bolstering a sick system. The giveaway betrays free market principles, and may teach the wrong lesson. 10 minutes.

  • Shadow on the field of your inheritance

    Girl ARoe vs. Wade in 1973, it is said, established a constitutional right among women to destroy their heirs. That court opinion bore a transformative power into the hearts and minds of Americans, and established the sense that abortion is not just legal, but lawful — not just an act for which no punishment is exacted, but a right of trespass. Please read more.

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