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  SALT LAKE CITY — According to Fox 13 Now, Governor Spencer Cox has vetoed a bill that would have required social media companies to more clearly state their moderation terms and explain why posts are removed for violating them. At the same time he signed an equally controversial bill that requires every phone, tablet and computer sold in Utah to...
  Media Research Center President Brent Bozell joined with The Heartland Institute to warn of the threat that Big Tech poses to the United States. Bozell set the tone of how dangerous Big Tech’s unparalleled power has become for America during a joint Zoom event March 22 “This issue of censorship, social media censorship, i think is not just existential to...
  NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Secretary of State Tre Hargett has been named to serve on the Republican State Leadership Committee’s (RSLC) Commission on Election Integrity, a national commission comprised of state election leaders committed to restoring trust in the election process. The RSLC commission will bring together leading policymakers to share and discuss current laws and future reforms to ensure free...
by Danny Brewer ANALYZING THE LOUISIANA DERBY So what really makes a Hot Rod run fast? Is it the dual line double pumping quadrajet carburetor? Maybe the bored 40 over cylinders with an Edelbrock intake manifold does the trick. Perhaps the positive traction rear end with the turbo 400 transmission and the Muncie shift kit plays a factor. Could it also...
  Project will create 600 new jobs at distribution center   NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and Gap Inc. officials announced today that the global clothing and accessories retailer will expand operations at its distribution center in Gallatin.   Gap Inc.’s Gallatin operations currently service retail and online shopping orders. As customer...
I’ve often thought it interesting to compare promise versus performance when it comes to election campaign promises. Particularly in issues related to so-called “transparency.” Every administration I can think of has promised to be more “transparent” than the previous. Of course, every administration promises everything will be better than the last. It’s also interesting to see how accomplishments by previous...
  By: Kristen Hare March 9, 2021 A version of this article was first published on April 6, 2020. It has been frequently updated and reformatted since. It was last updated on March 2, 2021. It’s getting hard to keep track of the bad news about the news right now. But we have to. Here’s our attempt to collect the layoffs, furloughs, and...
Fake newsBy Mike Sparks Bob Dylan once said, “They Times They are A-Changin.” The times certainly are changing in the area of locals news. The distrust of the media today remains high. According to Gallup research the question was first asked in 1972 and has continued to do so nearly every year since 1997. Trust ranged between 68% and 72% in the...
    Ceres Terminals Provides Jobs Through Pandemic 2020 was a tough year for many businesses and communities. The pandemic caused many  businesses to shut their doors, which left families without finances, food, and stability. Through  it all, there were businesses that were fortunate enough to stay standing and keep employees  working. Ceres Terminals Inc. was among some of those companies, and...
According the Chaulkbeat, a bill aimed at empowering Tennessee teachers to remove chronically disruptive students from their classrooms cleared the legislature Thursday over objections that such exclusionary disciplinary practices ignore deeper problems. The Senate’s 25-8 vote came following an 81-15 vote in the House on Monday. The House is expected to concur next week on one minor change in language and...

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