Words from the Chairman

Raid an Office?

»Posted by on Apr 10, 2018 in Announcements, Slideshow, Words from the Chairman | 0 comments

So Trump’s atty’s offices were raided bright and early Monday morning. Since then, the political world has gone bananas. The faithful viewers of CNN are salivating at the prospects that the raid will lead to indictments against Trump, while the right is going ballistic at the apparent violation of lawyer-client privilege. I don’t think that either is accurate. Here’s what I’ve been able to glean from all the reports I’ve read. If there’s evidence that an atty is acting in an unethical manner, whether on behalf of his client or himself, his offices can be raided. An atty cannot skirt the law, abuse the judicial system, or conduct business in an illegal manner and hide behind the cloak of attorney / client privilege....

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Legislators Need To Hear From YOU!

»Posted by on Mar 10, 2018 in Announcements, Words from the Chairman | 0 comments

Since the Florida massacre, governments at all levels are attacking the Second Amendment. State after state is taking advantage of an emotionally-charged incident to launch unwarranted attacks on our constitutional right to bear arms, and are punishing law abiding citizens for the acts of a few deranged individuals. Governor Scott of FL signed an anti-gun bill on Friday, saying “We need to keep guns away from people who should not have them”. Who’s going to determine that? Yeah, the government. And how long will it be before the government changes its criteria to broaden the net? I suspect not long. The Illinois House passed a bill this week mandating 18 to 20 year old youths turn in their lawfully purchased or gifted weapons. That government...

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Focus on the Candidates

»Posted by on Mar 10, 2018 in Announcements, Words from the Chairman | 0 comments

Because we’re in the midst of an election cycle, the SCTP hasn’t directly addressed issues as much as we would like. Instead, we’re focusing on candidates who will have a direct impact on our liberties ( i.e. issues). What a candidate has done in the past is a barometer of how that candidate will legislate in the future. In short, actions speak louder than words. As for an issue that is still pressing, you’ll recall that Dr. Bill Warner addressed the membership in the past regarding Islam, and its  continuing encroachment in TN.  After years of study, Dr. Warner became an expert on Islam, its violent and oppressive history, and the continuing effort to implement Sharia Law in the U.S. In fact, the surge of mosques being built in major...

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Governors Race

»Posted by on Mar 3, 2018 in Words from the Chairman | 0 comments

Members, The race for governor is on, and there are several candidates competing for that title. The winner of the race will set the state’s agenda for the next four years, so it’s important for you to know who the candidates are in order to make an informed decision at the ballot box. We will be hosting our first candidate guest, Kay White, Thursday, Nov. 16th. Being a Christian conservative, she’s been involved in grass roots politics for a number of years. Kay and her husband are the founders of the Tri-cities tea party. In 2016, Kay took on the role of state director for Senator Santorum’s presidential campaign. More recently, she was the national director of Stand For Principles PAC for Senator Cruz’s 2016 campaign before...

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Glenn Jacobs for Knox County Mayor

»Posted by on Apr 29, 2017 in Slideshow, Words from the Chairman | 0 comments

Glenn Jacobs for Knox County Mayor

Many of you are familiar with Glenn Jacobs. He’s a staunch, unapologetic conservative, and an expert on economics. When he’s not working as a professional wrestler under the name Kane, he hits the speaking circuit talking about the Constitution, government, and economics.     A few years ago, he and his wife opened Jacobs’ Insurance in Knoxville, and has since opened a second office.     Glenn is passionate about constitutional government at all levels. Unlike a lot of us, he looked in the mirror and decided that instead of complaining about our politicians, he must jump into politics with both feet and be the kind of politician that we all want to see. So he jumped.     Glenn recently announced his candidacy for Knox County Mayor. The story is...

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It’s a New Day in America!

»Posted by on Jan 21, 2017 in Slideshow, Words from the Chairman | 0 comments

It’s a New Day in America!

There are so many good things to say about today’s peaceful transition of power. There’s no way I can list all of them. But hopefully, I can sum it up by saying that Marxism has been rejected by the American people, and hope for constitutional governance has once again been embraced. It just doesn’t get any better’n that. The mood of today is a complete contrast to when the Marxist was sworn in. Eight years ago, there were tears of despair and fear. Today, those same people from eight years ago have tears of joy and hope.  May God give our new president the wisdom needed to see this nation back to the values that built this great nation. As destructive as Obama has been to this nation, I must say that he has done one great thing: He is...

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