EMPLOYERS BROKE THE SOCIAL CONTRACT By Jacob Padgett Along with our trust, most employers are going to need to give those who participated in the great resignation something to hold […]
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BURCHETT POSTCARD IS A FLOP by Mark Harmon Congressman Tim Burchett this month sent an oversized postcard to the hundreds of thousands of people in our district; he was touting […]
With Martin Luther King Jr. Day approaching this weekend, Representative London Lamar (D-Memphis) introduced a resolution honoring him at the Tennessee legislature today. One would think a resolution honoring a […]
We depend on your support to HOLD TENNESSEE ACCOUNTABLE. Chip in a few bucks if you can. (now on SQUARE or CASH APP: $TNHoller) DID FAISON PANTS HIMSELF? BY TRYING TO PANTS THE REF, DID […]
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By now you’ve probably seen the video we unearthed of REP. FAISON TRYING TO FIGHT AND PANTS A REF at a high school basketball game in East Tennessee. After we saw Faison take to […]
IS SEXTON SERIOUS? by Andy Spears House Speaker Cameron Sexton offered some concerning commentary on school funding ahead of an expected announcement this month on Gov. Bill Lee’s proposed changes […]
Earlier this year, President Biden announced that employers with 100 or more employees will need to mandate COVID vaccines or weekly testing for their workers. Although this was intended to […]
TRUMP VS. HIS OWN BASE When the former president revealed to Bill O’Reilly that he was in fact vaccinated and boosted (as are ALL the Fox News hosts who rail against the […]
Rep Torrey Harris, the first out LGBT black legislator in Memphis, and one of the youngest, shares his thoughts on likely losing his district to redistricting.