What's in a name: A Chattanooga poultry plant gets raided by Immigration Control and Enforcement Agency. A plant run by a company named "Pilgrim's Pride."
Today is the last day to sign up for Debix, the identity theft monitoring company which Metro contracted with to provide free services for registered voters after the Metro Election Commission was compromised during a Christmastime theft.
The Tennessee Democratic Party points out that if you subtract monies raised by Senator Lamar Alexander during a major fundraiser where the President of the United States was the star attraction then he only raised $50,000 more than one of his his Democratic opponents during the same period.
Praise Lamar!: Newt Gingrich shows a bit of love for Lamar new flat tax proposal.
The Nation for Change will hold a rally on April 19, 2008 at the State Capitol at 12 noon until 2:00 p.m in support of Barack Obama for President.
Congressman Jimmy Duncan sponsors a bill aimed at reducing the number of unneeded properties in the federal portfolio.
So-called "mountaintop removal mining" takes a hit today in the Senate Environment and Conservation Committee when the committee voted 8-1 to ban the practice.
Kay Brooks defends Marsha Blackburn against those taking pleasure in the news that the Congressman had some problems with her campaign bookkeeping.
Metro political gadfly Mike Byrd continues to investigate whether the Bound'ry violated noise ordinances.
Knoxville News Sentinel blogger Michael Silence on Bill Frist's chances at becoming Governor: "The irony is rich. What propelled Frist to a win over out-of-touch [Sen. Jim] Sasser [in 1994] will now keep his anticipated bid for governor from happening. And that's not a diagnosis I need to make over the telephone. The rap on Sasser at the time was that his support was a mile wide and an inch deep. The same can now be said of Frist."
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Sassing back to cynicism: Tennessee Democratic Party Chair Gray Sasser declares the Democratic Party united.
A Vanderbilt law professor pens an opinion piece on the "Tennessee Plan" for picking judges.
Pan to the sound of the guns: Memphis takes the fight on crime to 1984.
And finally, independent U.S. Senate candidate Chris Lugo is forced by police to move his peaceful war protest to a more remote spot while a radio station continues to hand out pizza to promote their station in the very same location.