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  • Gay theory in city ordinance fight redefines marriage in terms of emotion

    Johno Espejo and Matthew Mansell, a loving couple, have gotten a federal judge to declare Tennessee’s marriage law a nullity.

    Johno Espejo and Matthew Mansell, a loving couple, have gotten a federal judge to declare Tennessee’s marriage law a nullity.

    Chattanoogans have the liberty in early voting and on Aug. 7 to vote on marriage. Yes, marriage itself is the subject of the domestic partnership referendum. Please read more.

  • Constitution frowns on poofter novelty as city slaps general assembly in face

    Chattanooga is a municipal corporation whose powers are limited by its charter, granted to it by a pro-marriage general assembly.

    Chattanooga is a municipal corporation whose powers are limited by its charter, granted to it by a pro-marriage general assembly.

    The main strike against Chattanooga’s domestic partnership benefits scheme is that it is a legal innovation brings the city under the frown of the constitution. The creation of domestic union arises from a power the general assembly has reserved for itself. Secondly, the plan violates the spirit of the Tennessee Marriage Protection Amendment, which shields attacks on marriage from the flank and from underneath. Please read more.

  • No, little guys not forgotten amid VW hoopla, chamber chiefs say


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    Two vice presidents from the Chattanooga Chamber — J.Ed. Marston and Charles Wood — say that the group’s primary effort is developing local and small business, despite the impression that the taxpayer-funded organization obsesses over foreign corporate giants such as VW able to share in the tax pot. 24 minutes.

  • Uncle Sam, with Viagra of skystriping, increases his albedo

    This little fart of a trail, no more than a few hundred feet long, spills sideways into a fresh cloud.

    This little fart of a trail, no more than a few hundred feet long, spills sideways into a fresh cloud over Soddy-Daisy, Tenn., on a day of heavy sky hacking by an interventionist U.S. that keeps its global warming glories secret.

    The reflectivity over the sky in Hamilton County, Tenn., is enhanced by cloud-making overflights that county officials elsewhere suspect may cause pollution-related health problems. Please read more.

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