A book released today shares some fun tidbits about Tennessee’s first-term congressional representatives. The book, “Do Not Ask What Good We Do” by Robert Draper, explores the inner workings of the 112th Congress – and in particular, the clashes between … Continue reading →
State Sen. Douglas Henry, 85, was hospitalized Tuesday afternoon after experiencing dizziness brought on by high blood pressure. Senate Democratic Caucus spokesman Colby Sledge said Henry, the legislature’s longest serving member, was checked into Vanderbilt Hospital shortly after this afternoon’s … Continue reading →
Updated at 7:30 p.m. with a statement from Faison State Rep. Jeremy Faison caused a stir Tuesday afternoon during a Tennessee House of Representatives debate over a cyberbullying bill, when he argued that it is a failure to instill proper … Continue reading →
WHEREAS, The arts, crafts and vocational work of the California schools is of such high quality as to make it a matter of state pride and
WHEREAS, The present Educational building of the State Fair Grounds, Sacramento has become entirely inadequate to house the multitude of exhibits produced and offered for exhibit by the students of the elementary, junior high and senior high schools of our state; and
WHEREAS, The exhibits now offered are crowded through lack of space in a manner inimical to the best interests of their educational value, and
WHEREAS, The heat of the day and the [....]
Whether because it crossed the line or just an accident of timing, an email from Tennessee Firearms Association head John Harris that called for displaying a “used crucifix” against House Republican Caucus Chair Debra Maggart roiled the House floor early … Continue reading →
By Paul Buchheit It used to be that the average American resided halfway between two extremes:Today, 400 individuals have as much wealth as an entire HALF of America.
Steven Schwarzman’s home was being partially replicated in a Park Avenue hall for hi…
Markets make it possible for the most altruistic, as well as the most selfish, to advance their purposes in peace, writes Tom G. Palmer.