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Rep John Duncan: ‘Permanent, Forever, Endless War in the Middle East’ is Not Conservative 1

By Adam Dick Ron Paul Institute June 29, 2015   Rep John Duncan: ‘Permanent, Forever, Endless War in the Middle East’ is Not Conservative   Rep. John J. Duncan, Jr., in a speech Wednesday on the House of Representatives floor, quoted several prominent conservatives to help make the case that “there has been nothing conservative […]


The old RCA Studio A is in this building at 30 Music Square West and is the site where many famous musicians, past and present, have recorded. Last year it was going to be torn down and a condominium built but was saved at the last minute and is now owned by people who want to preserve it. (Meagan Fitzpatrick/CBC)

Nashville’s famous Music Row studios threatened by wrecking balls

By Meagan Fitzpatrick CBC News May 18, 2015   Nashville’s famous Music Row studios threatened by wrecking balls Rapid development is changing the landscape of an area considered sacred by musicians     Nashville’s Music Row is that renowned neighbourhood, spanning just a few blocks, where musicians, song writers and industry executives have produced legendary music […]


Leaked Emails Claim Tennessee Governor to Pressure Lawmakers on Obamacare By Violating HIPAA

By Barry Donegan Truth In Media May 7, 2015   Leaked Emails Claim Tennessee Governor to Pressure Lawmakers on Obamacare By Violating HIPAA Leaked emails, obtained exclusively by Truth In Media, between Tennessee’s director of Legislative Affairs and a state senator, allege that Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam’s administration intends to release unprecedented private information about […]

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Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam Signs Cannabis Oil Legalization Bill into Law

By Barry Donegan Truth In Media May 5, 2015   Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam Signs Cannabis Oil Legalization Bill into Law On Monday, Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam signed a bill into law legalizing the use of low-THC cannabis oil to treat some medical conditions including severe seizure disorders and epilepsy.     On Monday, Tennessee […]


Comcast Decides Competing Against Municipal Fiber Is Just Fine, Brings 2 Gbps Service to Chattanooga

By Kate Cox Consumerist April 30, 2015   Comcast Decides Competing Against Municipal Fiber Is Just Fine, Brings 2 Gbps Service to Chattanooga     While most of us languish away without even a flicker on the horizon of someday getting gigabit speeds or real broadband competition, residents in a handful of cities are lucky enough […]

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