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Winners and Losers from November 4

Last Tuesday was a huge night for the Republican Party across the country and in Tennessee, and there are some who stand out above (and below) the crowd. 972 more words

Glenn Reynolds: 6 Bills The GOP Should Pass

From pot to crony capitalism, here are suggestions for the Republican-controlled Congress.

So Republicans have taken back the Senate and in January will control both houses of Congress. 565 more words


A Resume President?

Ohio Senator Rob Portman is considering a run for the White House.  The former Congressman, Trade Rep, and Budget Director for George W. Bush (not that I’d brag out that one) certainly has the experience to do the job.   138 more words

Roy Exum: 51 Percent Of Horses Sore

Cross-posted from The Chattanoogan
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Senator Lamar Alexander, a 74-year-old Republican who is currently running for re-election, has shamefully and famously tried to derail the PAST Act, which is much-needed legislation in the Senate and the House that would help curb the rampant soring of Tennessee Walking Horses. 721 more words

Horse Soring

A look ahead at the November election

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Tennessee’s Democratic candidate for senator, Gordon Bal, stepped up his rhetoric in challenging republican Lamar Alexander over his refusal, at least so far, to debate. 48 more words