The vision of the Hamilton County Conservatives is to bring people together to promote conservative ideas, policies, laws, and candidates for office. We will teach, train and advocate. We will be proactively engaged in the political process, making the case for traditional conservative ideas in the political marketplace.
“One can put 1000 to flight while two can put 10,000 to flight.” Together we are more powerful!
Tennessee collected $8.2 million in taxes on $445.2 million of gross wagers in October, an increase in both categories from a year before.
The House Rules Committee Held A Hearing Monday Discussing The "Schools Not Shelters Act", Legislation Designed To Prevent Public Schools From Allocating School Resources And Using Taxpayer Funds To Help Shelter Illegal Immigrants Within Their Campus.
The family is the building block of society; if we want a stronger country, we must restore and heal our cultural approach to the family. This includes re-affirming the truth that marriage is between a man and a woman, and other arrangements are damaging to individuals and society.
A bill that would prevent Tennessee politicians from running for two public offices at the same time was pushed back one week in the Senate on Thursday.
A New Bill Has Been Filed To Give State Attorneys General Greater Authority And Legal Standing To Sue The Federal Government When It Fails To Enforce Federal Immigration Law Established By Congress.
A Tennessee caption bill that would have banned the retail sale of refrigerated beer will no longer attempt that ban.
Pro-life activists who prayed and sang hymns during a peaceful protest at a Tennessee abortion clinic in 2021 could spend 11 years behind bars thanks to the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) use of a federal law created to target Ku Klux Klan members after the Civil War.
Tennessee’s airports are proposed to get $82.5 million in direct state funding with a projected additional $13 million from the state’s Transportation Equity Fund in Gov. Bill Lee’s budget proposal.
Democrat Rep. Steve Cohen of Tennessee is spitting made that some Americans in the stands at the Super Bowl didn’t stand for the ‘Black National Anthem.’