February Meeting is Thursday 22nd
Tennessee Action Group of Fentress County
by Diana Douglass
4M ago
Defending Tennessee One inalienable right at a time…Life, Liberty, Property TAG meeting at El Azul Restaurant, February, 22th Supper at 5pm, Meeting at 6pm. We will give an in-depth look at the bill making process, update on State Sovereignty bill, look at behind the scenes action, review insights and opposition The post February Meeting is Thursday 22nd first appeared on Tennessee Action Group of Fentress County ..read more
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TAG Promotes Bill on State Sovereignty
Tennessee Action Group of Fentress County
by Diana Douglass
4M ago
A bill on State Sovereignty for Tennessee is again at the forefront. State Sovereignty is about Tennessee’s right to self govern against federal government encroachment on rights the U.S. Constitution gives to the states alone. Tennessee State Attorney Skrmetti claims that 2024 will be “a year of clarity” in which Tennessee will take the lead in “pushing back against the expanding powers of the federal government.”   Some of those areas are social media health threats to children and stopping transgender medical procedures on minors. 1 Changing federal law is addressed in federal cou ..read more
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Jan. Meeting is Thurs. Jan 25
Tennessee Action Group of Fentress County
by Diana Douglass
5M ago
The Monthly TAG meeting will meet at 6 pm on Jan 25th, rather than Jan 16 (due to the wintry weather forecast). Meeting will be at El Azul Restaurant in Jamestown. The post Jan. Meeting is Thurs. Jan 25 first appeared on Tennessee Action Group of Fentress County ..read more
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ARE YOU READY FOR 2024?
Tennessee Action Group of Fentress County
by Diana Douglass
5M ago
WELCOME TO 2024 !!….it’s going to be a bumpy ride…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vEEh0GF_C8 But we will do it together.   The past year gave us a chance to breathe a bit after covid, and then took it away with a NEW insanity every day, if you were following the news.  It’s hard to keep up, and many have stopped trying. That’s ok.  We understand. We are watching Ukraine, Israel, the financial market, the medical market, the food market and a whole bunch of other “stuff.”  And struggling with indigestion quite a bit…  However, TAG is about TENNESSEE!   ..read more
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Meeting Thurs. Nov. 16!
Tennessee Action Group of Fentress County
by Diana Douglass
5M ago
The next meeting is Thursday, November 16 at 6 pm at El Azul Restaurant in Jamestown! The post Meeting Thurs. Nov. 16! first appeared on Tennessee Action Group of Fentress County ..read more
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Try That in a Small Town…or what’s happening in Fentress County library?
Tennessee Action Group of Fentress County
by Diana Douglass
5M ago
Try That in a Small Town,”  is a song by Jason Aldean of what can what happen in a small town over bad behavior.  The nuggets of truth add to the humor.  What about Fentress County?  Have we escaped the craziness of the “blue” states? What about Tennessee’s own “blue” cities?  Oh, you mean places like Nashville and Memphis?  Well, just try that in a small town. Okay. One of the worse horrors of the last 3 years or so is the blatant and continuous public assault on our children. The media and airwaves have exploded with what used to be X-rated content.  It is ..read more
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Gov. Lee Calls Special Session For Gun Control
Tennessee Action Group of Fentress County
by Diana Douglass
5M ago
Gov. Lee Calls Special Session For Gun Control – State Sovereignty Now At Risk (Op-Ed) submitted by Anne Featherston This week in Nashville, Governor Lee has called the Tennessee General Assembly back into session to create legislation for gun control.  Why? Gun control issues heated up in Tennessee March 6 with a shooting in Nashville at Covenant school that killed 6 people.  Since the General Assembly (G.A.) was still convened, Governor Lee asked  them to consider gun restrictions called Red Flag laws. The G.A. refused.   This drew Tennessee onto a national scene ..read more
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Rep. Keisling To Talk about August’s Special Session at 9/21 TAG Meeting
Tennessee Action Group of Fentress County
by Diana Douglass
5M ago
SPECIAL SESSIONS UPDATE with Rep. Kelly Keisling at TAG meeting, on Thursday, 9/21 at 6 pm Rep. Kelly Kieisling will discuss August’s controversial Congressional Special Sessions held on red flag laws. He will discuss what exactly happened, and why.     Kelly joined with other legislators to vote for adjournment. Speaker Sexton warned against voting for adjournment, (which would have saved almost $500,000 of taxpayer monies).    Kelly voted to adjourn with 6 other representatives. Speaker Sexton immediately removed Kelly as Chair of State and Local Government committe ..read more
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TAG Meeting This Thur. July 20!
Tennessee Action Group of Fentress County
by Diana Douglass
5M ago
TAG meeting July 20th El Azul Restaurant 5pm Supper, 6pm Meeting       MEETING AGENDA:VIDEO: “NONCOMPLIANT”(watch before meeting!) By fate, this video appeared and was introduced to TAG right after our inception 2 years,  and it was a ‘zinger’….. We think it’s important for everyone to see. Our Constitution forms the backbone of the fight we find ourselves in, in every form, whether understood and seen or not. What gives us the fight to continue? We contend that only by fully embracing the inalienable truths, and understanding the foundations ..read more
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Sign Cumberland County’s Petition to Stop the Gun Grab Saturday July 15
Tennessee Action Group of Fentress County
by Diana Douglass
5M ago
TAG will be supporting concerned citizens in Crossville on Saturday July 15, who will be sharing information and a petition at the downtown courthouse on Main Street from 9 am-5 pm. Look for the tent! Featuring food and music. A representative of Tennessee Firearms Association will be on site with information. The post Sign Cumberland County’s Petition to Stop the Gun Grab Saturday July 15 first appeared on Tennessee Action Group of Fentress County ..read more
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