Can One Issue Really Define the U.S. Senate Election? David Fowler
I don’t think about how I vote the same way I did before I got into politics 24 years ago, because now I know too much how the legislative process works once a candidate is elected. That knowledge is important to me. For all the policy differences between Congressman Blackburn and Phil Bredesen, it seems to me that there is only one issue that should matter to everyone, Democrat and Republican alike.
Early voting continues through next Thursday, November 1. This is an opportune time to check out how your candidates in your House and Senate districts view important issues by going to TNVoterGuide.org.
Kansas Slapped With ‘Civil Rights’ Suit Over Birth Certificates
Four “transgendered” individuals have filed a federal ‘civil rights’ lawsuit against Kansas, contending that the state has violated their constitutional rights to due process and equal protection by refusing to change their sex on their birth certificates to match their new gender identity.
Oregon Bakers Hope U.S. Supreme Court Will Hear Case
First Liberty Institute has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review the case of Oregon bakers Aaron and Melissa Klein, whose business went bankrupt after being assessed a $135,000 fine for declining a request that they bake a wedding cake for the “marriage” of two lesbians.
Kelvin Cochran regained his good standing after being suspended and then fired for his beliefs regarding homosexuality thanks to a vote by the city council on Monday that approved a settlement that would award him $1.2 million in damages and attorneys’ fees.
Alabama Judge Calls on U.S. Supreme Court to Reconsider Roe v. Wade
The results of an interesting murder trial concerning an Alabama husband who killed his wife and unborn child led one Alabama Supreme Court justice, Tom Parker, to call on our nation’s highest court to reconsider Roe v. Wade.