1. Tennessee House votes to keep UN election monitors out : “Tennessee House lawmakers voted Thursday to ban United Nations election monitors from observing state elections.”
2. Tennessee Lawmakers Take On Roadblocks, License Scanners : “No state, county, municipal or metropolitan form of government law enforcement officer shall participate in, lend assistance to, or be present in any official capacity at any voluntary motor vehicle checkpoint or stop conducted by a private company or research group to collect a human sample from consenting motorists stopped at the checkpoint for research or statistical purposes,” Senate Bill 1485 states.”
3. The Tennessee State Guard : The Tennessee State Guard is the all-volunteer arm of the Tennessee Military Department. It is authorized by Tennessee Code Annotated 58-1-401. The Tennessee State Guard, which is the all-volunteer arm of the Tennessee Military Department.” This could be an option for those who want to be of service but who don’t want to join the national guard (No enlistment contracts), or a “militia group” but they prefer former military.
4. Tennessee Football Coach fired for making Obama song : Tennessee middle school assistant football coach, age 26, fired for a song he wrote and played! This could be the next number one hit country song. It’s the best effort yet at encapsulating the outrage at the oversteps of this government in an entertaining song. Apparently, the guy was fired over the song because some parents complained. If you like it, help it go “viral” by passing it along to everyone you know.
5. Bill Legalizing CBD Oil Advances In Tennessee : “Tennessee could be the next state to legalize cannabidiol, or CBD, a marijuana extract low in THC that may help children with seizure syndromes.”
6. Tennessee Lawmakers Take A Stand Against Knife Control : “In what must be considered a victory for the little-known but very real knife rights movement, the Tennessee legislature has repealed the state’s ban on switchblades.”
7. Tennessee Sends Religious Anti-Discrimination Bill To Governor : Tennessee lawmakers approved a bill on Monday that seeks to expand religious liberty protections for students in public schools. The Religious Viewpoints Anti-Discrimination Act, which passed the state Senate 32-0, would permit students to express religious beliefs in their homework, artwork and written and oral assignments without academic punishment or discrimination.
8. Flying Cumberland Plateau Rivers