Will Bredesen Stand Up to His Party?

Phil Bredesen has finally broken his silence on ICE and whether he supports his party's fight against our immigration enforcement agency with a one worded response, "No." If he doesn’t think ICE should be abolished, he should call for an end to the ridiculous protests - like the one that occurred while ICE agents were breaking up a human trafficking ring. Instead of speaking out against these protests, he is again staying silent and hiding until the press asks him.  Continue reading

Phil Bredesen Plays a Game of Duck and Cover

Instead of being honest with voters about President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Phil Bredesen is playing a game of political duck and cover claiming that he will wait until confirmation hearings conclude before announcing if he’d support Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination. It’s time Phil Bredesen put away his political weather vane and let voters know where he stands. Chuck Schumer did.  Continue reading

Schumer Opposes Kavanaugh's Nomination: Willl His Tennessee Recruit?

Schumer Opposes Kavanaugh’s Nomination: Will His Tennessee Recruit? Schumer: “I will oppose Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination with everything I have” Continue reading

Under President Trump, More and More Americans Are Getting Back to Work

The Longest Consecutive Positive Monthly Job Growth on Record.  Total payroll employment grew by 213,000 in June (18,000 over forecasts) led by gains in professional and business services, education and health services, and, once again, manufacturing.  This is the longest consecutive, positive monthly job growth period on record (93 months).  New Good-Paying Manufacturing Jobs. Manufacturing jobs continue to outperform under this administration, with an average increase of 20,000 new jobs per month compared to 8,000 per month in the second term of the Obama administration.   Since President Trump was elected, the American economy has added 3.7 million jobs. One in every 10 of those jobs has been in manufacturing.  Continue reading

Phantom Phil

Where’s Phil? Phantom Phil Ghosts on the 4th of July  Phil Bredesen didn’t appear at any 4th of July celebrations over the past week, leaving Tennesseans to wonder where he spent Independence Day. Was he at his $2.4 million mansion in Jackson Hole, Wyoming? His $1.2 million waterfront home in New York? Or just taking the week off? We are all left wondering where’s Phil? Continue reading

Daily News Journal Letter to the Editor 6/20/2018

Blackburn will help President Trump make America win again Mark Lee Daily News Journal June 20, 2018 Continue reading

Chattanooga Times Free Press Letter to the Editor 6/18/2018

Elect Marsha Blackburn to help President Trump Bryan Wells Chattanooga Times Free Press June 18, 2018  Continue reading

A Two-Faced Campaign

We already knew that New York Democrat Chuck Schumer had personally courted Phil Bredesen to run for the Senate. Now he’s backing up the money truck to the Bredesen campaign.  Continue reading

Setting the record straight

Democratic candidate for the US Senate Phil Bredesen recently released an ad touting his record on jobs. Well since he brought it up, let’s talk about Phil's actual jobs numbers and set the record straight. While Phil Bredesen was in the Governors office, the number of unemployed Tennesseans nearly doubled. Even further, he's now said emphatically that he would have voted against the tax cuts that have been creating jobs across the country even before the cuts were implemented.  Continue reading

Karl Dean Under Fire

ICYMI RGA: Tennessee Dem Gov Candidate Karl Dean Under Fire Over Misuse of Disaster Relief Last week at the Leadership Tennessee Gubernatorial Forum, Karl Dean was blasted by fellow Democratic candidate House Minority Leader Craig Fitzhugh on his handling of funds following the 2010 Nashville flood.   Continue reading