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Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Statement on Protests

 

Tennessee State GovernmentNashville, TN – Tennessee Governor Bill Lee issued the following statement:

“We encourage Tennesseans to exercise their First Amendment rights and have seen many examples of peaceful protests across our state in recent weeks.

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee

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This Week at APSU: Soccer kicks off OVC season, Constitution Day, Acting Workshop

 

Austin Peay State University - APSUClarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University (APSU) has a lot going on this week from celebrating Constitution Day to getting free acting lessons from a Hollywood veteran, the theme of the week on campus is “Free.”

Constitution Day at APSU: Eat free or live free.

Constitution Day at APSU: Eat free or live free.

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Austin Peay State University students to decide if they ‘Eat Free or Live Free’ on Constitution Day

 

Austin Peay State University - APSUClarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University (APSU) students will have a choice to make on Constitution Day, September 17th, 2019, : Eat free or live free. The choice pits free food against First Amendment rights.

Constitution Day at APSU: Eat free or live free.

Constitution Day at APSU: Eat free or live free.

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TCPR’s “Lump of Coal” award goes to “Slap Suit” filers Swift, Wilkinson

 

lump-of-coalNASHVILLE – The Tennessee Center for Policy Research today announced that Clarksville City Councilman Richard Swift and Wayne Wilkinson, a member of Clarksville’s Downtown District Partnership, are the recipients of the “2008 Lump of Coal Award.”

opinion-081The Tennessee Center for Policy Research awards this dubious distinction annually to the person or group in Tennessee who, more than any other over the past year, acted as a Grinch to Tennesseans by bah-humbugging the principles of liberty and limited government.

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Joyce Vanderbilt, owner of Kelly's on Riverside Drive, displays the controversial ad that resulted in a libel suit against the CPRC.

Swift and Wilkinson receive the fourth annual badge of disgrace for leading efforts to take the homes and businesses of Clarksville residents through eminent domain for a private redevelopment scheme that would line their own pockets.

When a group of citizens criticized Swift and Wilkinson for their attack against private property and their conflicts of interest, the shameless duo assaulted the Clarksville residents’ First Amendment rights by filing a frivolous lawsuit attempting to silence the criticism. «Read the rest of this article»

 



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