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COURT COVERAGE 05/18/2020 One of the federal government branches that has, historically, been the slowest to embrace change, has been the U.S. Supreme Court. But here’s a shout out: the Court began live streaming oral arguments last week. As you might expect, there were a few glitches and one or two embarrassing moments when one of the justices forgot to turn their...
By Mike Sparks I had a good, yet surreal conversation with Representative John DeBerry today. We were talking about how America is changing and that our civil liberties and freedoms are slowly being encroached upon. https://youtu.be/cR2TXzese7k As many are aware the Tennessee Democrat Executive Committee voted to take Rep. DeBerry's name off the ballot, thus usurping the people's right to vote. See Dr.Carol...
Senior Advisor Governor's Office Brandon O. Gibson is Senior Advisor to Governor Bill Lee, working primarily on Governor Lee’s rural and criminal justice initiatives. Prior to joining Governor Lee’s administration, Gibson served on the Tennessee Court of Appeals for over four years after being appointed to the court by Governor Bill Haslam. She served as the chair of the Board of...
Toast to our Teachers on National Teachers Day. Editor's note: Many thanks to those teachers who go beyond the call of duty for your students--You know who you area. One of the biggest complaints I hear from teachers who call me often weekly (feel free to call my cell 615-525-3198) is the lack of discipline within our schools today. During...
  BY CHAD JENKINS TML Deputy Director & KEVIN KRUSHENSKI TML Research Analyst This report will be part of an ongoing summary of recent and relevant economic commentary and data to assist municipal officials. While it should not be viewed as an exhaustive analysis of all data, we hope it will serve as a guide for your local governments during this time. Tennessee Economy in General The...
Murfreesboro, TN – Following guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and state and local public health authorities, Stones River National Battlefield is increasing recreational access. The National Park Service (NPS) is working servicewide with federal, state, and local public health authorities to closely monitor the COVID- 19 pandemic and using a phased approach to incre ase access on...
How Low Can Fuel Go? I just stopped and filled up my wife's Ford Expedition which has a 25 gallon fuel tank. I was driving to Murfreesboro to help someone and looked down and the has gauge was on empty. I quickly search Gas Buddy and searched fuel prices. I was near the Murphy Fuel Station at the corner of...
                                                        Radio      I’m almost afraid to ask this, but how many of you have heard of Radio 1212 Luxembourg? Probably none of you. And why is that?  Well, it was part of a conspiracy. A real, honest-to-goodness conspiracy. A real black operation.     You’ve heard of them. All those conspiracy theories about the government trying to mess...
Lexus's mid-size, rear-wheel-drive luxury sedan has long been outsold by the front-wheel-drive ES, and now it finally bites the dust.   Lexus's mid-size luxury sedan, the GS, is ending production for the U.S. after the 2020 model year. It will say goodbye with a special-edition model called the GS Black Line. The GS has been around since the early 1990s...
What did Lee Victory, Dan Whittle and Governor Ned Ray McWherter all have in common?... They all loved the Lee Victory Fish FryIt has been a one year since Dan Whittle had passed away. Anyone who knew Dan Whittle knew him to be a cheerful soul with a strong opinion. Dan was one of those guys who never forgot...

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