Updated July 24 with response from Tennessee Republican Assembly State Rep. Linda Elam released a letter Tuesday challenging her primary opponent to a debate “at the earliest possible date” following the cancellation of a Tea Party event on Monday. “The … Continue reading →
Former Gov. Phil Bredesen is on the steering committee of a new, bipartisan group working to “fix” the nation’s debt problems. From the group’s web site at fixthedebt.org: The Campaign to Fix the Debt is a non-partisan movement to put … Continue reading →
By Donald Cohen Cry Wolf Project
Senator Mitch McConnell argued in 1987 that we should reject limits on corporate campaign contributions and instead, embrace public disclosure of campaign contributions important “so,” he said, “voters can judge f…
Gregory Gleaves, Speaker Beth Harwell’s chief of staff for the past two years, has agreed to join the Nashville-based lobbying, public relations and political consulting firm Hall Strategies. Gleaves will lead Hall Strategies’ campaign practice as director of grassroots campaigns, … Continue reading →
Two people have told me this morning that the other county Republican Party chapters that have passed resolutions criticizing Gov. Bill Haslam are Obion, Gibson, Humphreys, White, Putnam and Grundy counties. They also say that as many as 10 other … Continue reading →
Despite a subsidy program, the number of flights available in Wichita is decreasing.
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Clive, Iowa – Iowa Firearms Coalition is pleased to announce Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal as the keynote speaker at their 3rd Annual IFC/NRA Second Amendment Rally at Brownells Big Springs Shooting Complex just outside of Searsboro, Iowa on August 25, 2012. Governor Jindal endorsed legislation in Louisiana for a constitutional right to keep and bear arms. [...]