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Most Americans can still recall the horrible, gut-wrenching events and images from Sept. 11, 2001. Four commercial airliners were hijacked and turned into deadly terrorist weapons.
U.S. Rep. John Rose (TN-6) kicked off a listening tour on healthcare at Cookeville Regional Medical Center Monday.
On Thursday, Rep.
Earlier this month, we celebrated the 245th anniversary of American independence. The United States continues to be a symbol of freedom across the globe, known for our personal liberties, free markets, drive for innovation, and promotion of enterprise. However, malign actors, specifically China, are working to see us fall.
The 117th Congress is just beginning, and it is my sincere honor to serve a second term as your U.S. Representative for the Sixth Congressional District. As a lifelong Tennessean, it is a privilege to be your voice in Washington and to fight for Tennessee values every day. This position is my first elected office; I am not a career politician and have no intention of acting like one.
National Future Farmers of America (FFA) Week is a special time for me–an opportunity to reflect on the vital role agriculture has played in my life and the direct impact it has on the success of Tennessee.
Independent pharmacies across the country, from small towns to big cities, are struggling to stay afloat, and it’s not just due to the coronavirus pandemic. Perkins Drugs & Gift Shop in Gallatin, Tenn., abruptly shuttered both of its locati
Voting is the beating heart of our republic, and every eligible, legal American citizen should have the opportunity to participate in our electoral system. That is a given. But this precious liberty is undermined when election integrity is not taken seriously and protections to defend it are not put in place.
Low morale is permeating police departments across our nation as protesters repeatedly vilify, demonize, and verbally attack the thin blue line.
The death of George Floyd at the hands of police officers was a shameful and unacceptable crime that has stunned our nation. I grieve for the Floyd family and for the pain that Mr. Floyd’s death has caused all Americans.
Instead of transporting some of the biggest stars in the entertainment industry around the country, the majority of All Access Coach Leasing’s fleet of nearly 50 buses remain parked as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.