The Daily Sheeple
The 2014 Tennessee Firearms Freedom Act is a thing of beauty. Not only does it invalidate any federal gun law that infringes upon a resident’s constitutional right to bear arms, but it also mandate criminal penalties against anyone attempting to enforce those federal laws.
Can we have an “amen”?
Family Security Matters
Despite the fact that Tennessee was the first state to pass legislation that prohibits foreign and religious laws (such as shariah) to be used in judicial decision, it appears that the Volunteer State is showing serious signs of functioning under de facto shariah.
Read through the chronology of events from 2009 to the present at the bottom of this article from The Bradley County News and decide for you yourself.
Weary of defending in court the Constitutional eligibility of their man at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, the Democrat Party has finally admitted Barack Obama is not qualified to be president of the United States– and that it doesn’t matter.
According to a motion filed by Party attorneys in a Tennessee eligibility lawsuit, “…Defendants [the Tennessee Democrat Party and the Democrat National Committee] assert that the Tennessee Democrat Party has the right to nominate whoever it chooses to run as a candidate, including someone who is not qualified for the office.”
Take a minute out of your day and watch this video, it’s well worth it and besides you’ve got a minute.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Federal attorneys on Monday jumped into a court battle over the construction of a Tennessee mosque by offering legal proof that Islam is a recognized religion entitled to constitutional protection.
U.S. Attorney Jerry E. Martin of Nashville said his office would not sit by while mosque opponents raise questions in court about whether Islam is a recognized religion. Martin said in a statement that to suggest otherwise “is quite simply ridiculous.”
SPRINGFIELD, Tenn. — Despite multiple pleas to reconsider, two local religious leaders held a private Quran burning in a Springfield backyard Saturday afternoon.The Rev. Bob Old and the Rev. Danny Allen both had different reasons for burning the Muslim holy book, but they said it had nothing to do with whether or not a mosque was built near ground zero.”It’s about faith, it’s about love, but you have to have the right book behind you. This is a book of hate, not a book of love,” said Old while holding up a Quran.The two men said they burned the books to defend the United States Constitution and the American people. It’s a move that has been denounced by Christian groups, politicians and even some of their family members.Three women who have loved ones fighting abroad stood outside of Old’s home holding up signs to protest the burnings.”Somebody’s got to stand up for the troops,” said Ashley Parsons.Parsons’ husband is fighting in Afghanistan. This is his fifth tour of duty. She said she thinks it is shameful someone would take the anniversary of a national tragedy and do something that both the president and military leaders have said could endanger troops fighting abroad.”I was livid,” Parsons said. ” I was very angry. I was very angry, and I’m scared. I’m scared for my husband. I’m scared for my friends and everybody who protects us.”