Friday, February 26, 2010


UT Makes Another Bad Decision

Giving Al Gore - who has no real connection to my university - an honorary degree is a horrendous decision.

Jimmy Cheek and Jan Simek have been ineffective leaders for The University of Tennessee, and this is just one more sign of how out-of-touch they are.

Not one more dime, gentlemen. Start to act in the best interests of The University of Tennessee and her alumni. Until then, UT will receive not one more dime from me.

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Recap of East Knox County Pro-Life Rally

Fletcher Armstrong has a great recap of the pro-life rally earlier this week that occurred in East Knoxville. I'm sure that Planned Parenthood is shocked by the resistance to their presence in the most liberal area of Knox County.

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Red State Update: Let Us Pray

Jackie and Dunlap talk to Jesus about Tiger Woods.

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Thursday, February 18, 2010


A Census - and Nothing More

Americans need to stand up to Washington's intrusion into our private
lives. What business of government is the number of times a citizen has been
married or what he paid for electricity last month? For those who find such
intrusion acceptable, I'd ask them whether they'd also find questions of their
sex lives or their marriage fidelity equally acceptable.

What to do? Unless a census taker can show me a constitutional requirement, the only information I plan to give are the number and names of the people in my

That's been my plan all along. For some background information on the census, read the rest of Walter Williams' column.

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Tuesday, February 16, 2010


NRCC Slams Herron on Pro-Income Tax Stance

Roy Herron, who never met a race that he didn't think he should be a part of (even his campaign website is a little lacking on what race he's in - at least it says that he's running for Congress now), is being taken to task by the National Republican Congressional Committee for his previous pro-income tax stance.

Well, in all truth, they're ridiculing him for lying when asked about the state income tax on camera. But let's face it - they're really stamping him as "pro-income tax," which is more unforgivable in Tennessee than having been a part of the Sundquist Administration.

Good to see the NRCC starting early on this race. Herron is a strong adversary in the 8th with his mounds and mounds of cash.

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