Where Are The Conservatives?

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

As Americans are consumed with quid pro quo, political posturing and a useless impeachment hearing, we are drowning in debt. How can an otherwise intelligent people be so blinded by partisan politics?

Twenty years ago, our national debt was $6.5 trillion. Today, its nearly $24 trillion. Bush, Obama, and now Trump has sold out future generations all with our blessing.

Congress has the ability to put a halt to this madness, but if they speak out, we’ll vote them out of office. So, this leads me to believe the problem is the American people.

There’s no question we have a great economy. Isn’t this a time to be cleaning up our mess rather the digging the hole deeper?

If we care for our children and grandchildren, we’ll demand a stop to this. I’m concerned my generation will be remembered as fools.

David Blancett


Mask Protesters Are Omitting A Critical Fact

Marie Mott Has Shown She Should Not Be Elected To The City Council

Roy Exum: Voting Season Begins


Many of you protest the mandate to wear masks based on the fact that you were not born with a mask, and thus God does not want you to wear a mask. You may not remember, but when you were born, ... (click for more)

Marie Mott should not be elected to District 8 City Council. She has been unwilling to negotiate or be respectful of other perspectives or the rule of law. She has slandered several ... (click for more)

A most historic and unprecedented election will begin this Friday amid the coronavirus pandemic and may I dare say your vote in our August 6 primary and our November 3 general election has never ... (click for more)



Opinion

Marie Mott Has Shown She Should Not Be Elected To The City Council

Marie Mott should not be elected to District 8 City Council. She has been unwilling to negotiate or be respectful of other perspectives or the rule of law. She has slandered several positive people in Chattanooga while promoting hypocritical self-glorification and an over zealous power grab. Her intent has been to naively eradicate the Chattanooga Police Department and ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Voting Season Begins

A most historic and unprecedented election will begin this Friday amid the coronavirus pandemic and may I dare say your vote in our August 6 primary and our November 3 general election has never been as important. It is time for the American people to decide our direction amidst hatred between liberals and conservatives, the stench of an overly biased media, the wrongful death of ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Protest Leaders Mott, Williams Face 2 Set Of Charges On Sunday, Including Stealing Flag And Burning It

The two leaders of the ongoing nightly protests in Chattanooga were arrested on two different sets of charges on Sunday. Marie Mott and Cameron Williams were charged by Chattanooga Police with obstructing an intersection and blocking an emergency vehicle. Later in the day, they were charged by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office in connection with taking the Sheriff's ... (click for more)

Hammond Says Several Suspects Under Investigation In Incident In Which Flag At Jail Was Taken, Burned

Sheriff Jim Hammond said "several suspects" are under investigation in an incident in which a Sheriff's flag was taken down at the County Jail on Walnut Street and later burned at Miller Park. He said, "The incident started at the jail and continued on to Miller Park. Rather than involve two agencies, the Sheriff's Office will take the lead on it." The sheriff said city police ... (click for more)

Sports

Sports Are Back: CFC Wins First Professional Sporting Event In Tennessee Since March

As the tallest player on the pitch, the Chattanooga Football Club’s towering and burly Ian McGrath rumbled down the pitch with aplomb, an inviting target for a pass five minutes into CFC’s 3-1 win over the Georgia Revolution. He graciously welcomed a sterling diagonal pass from fullback Richard Dixon, who was a good 20 to 30 yards away from McGrath when he let the pass go. ... (click for more)

Tee Times Announced For 2020 CWGA City Women's Amateur Golf Championship

The 2020 City Women's Amateur Golf Championship will be held on Tuesday at Black Creek Country Club. Listed below are the first round tee times. Hole 1 Name H.I. C.H. TEE 8:00 AM Ryon, Carlene 7.4 6 White-CWGA ... (click for more)