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Amendment 2 Is Second for a Reason

The campaign for Amendment 2 to the Tennessee constitution kicked off this week with a host of dignitaries assembling for a press conference, including our current governor and his predecessor. The amendment is aptly named because it is of secondary
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Scouting Out a New Direction

Fifty national leaders met June 28-29 to discuss the creation of a character development program for boys as an alternative to the Boy Scouts of America, following its recent decision regarding homosexuality. This week those leaders announced an inaugural convention
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Full Nudity on Broadcast TV?

Seventy pro-family organizations have joined to oppose President Obama’s nomination of Tom Wheeler as new head of the Federal Communications Commission because of his lack of commitment to hold the line on obscenity and nudity on network television. You can
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Would the Greedy Educator Please Stand Up?

There was fascinating worldview statement in an article in yesterday’s (April 8, 2013) Tennessean about pending legislation (Senate Bill 205/House Bill 315) that would allow for-profit charter schools. A spokesman for the Tennessee School Boards Association said, “Just in general,
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