StagePost production brings national media to Nashville
Apr 15, 2012 9:02 PM
Dueling endorsements in East TN congressional race reveal split among Tennessee 'Huckabians' -- UPDATE: HuckPAC fires back
Apr 6, 2010 11:09 AM
Former Huckabee guru says he is 'making calls and taking calls,' considering RNC chair race
Nov 11, 2008 3:40 PM
Palin 'knocks it out of the park,' a handful of local Republicans share their excitement, and more...
Sep 3, 2008 12:01 PM
In somewhat of a surprise, State Rep. Joe Towns was certified yesterday by the Shelby County Election Commission as a candidate in the 9th District Congressional Primary. Towns name had been left off the initial list of candidates after questions arose over the validity of his qualifying signatures. Those questions were resolved and Towns will join Rep,. Steve Cohen, Nikki Tinker and two others on the Democratic primary ballot. Ford family scion, Jake Ford, is running as an independent. No Republican candidate qualified. Sen. Andy Berke warns that the border battle between Georgia and Tennessee over water rights is anything but over. A new study contends that 13 Tennesseans died every day in 2006 due to lack of health insurance. The Tennessee Republican Party celebrates today, Tennessee Tax Freedom Day. Congressman Bart Gordon argues that the financial burden for reconstruction in Iraq should fall on Iraqis, not U.S. taxpayers. Brentwood mourns City Commissioner's sudden death. A Hillary Clinton delegate joins the race to succeed the retiring State Rep. Phillip Pinion. Some members of our armed forces abroad will be issued handheld lie detectors for use in the field in the War on Terror. Tickets go on sale this morning for the appearance of Comedy Central's Jon Stewart at the Ryman on May 9. State Sen. Steve Roller, appointed in January to the seat left vacant by the retiring Jerry Cooper, has announced intention to run for re-election, according to a Senate Democratic Caucus press release. Former Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee discusses his plans for the future and blames evangelical leaders' reticence to support his campaign early for his coming up short in the race for the Republican nomination. The Donkey's Mouth discusses the influence of neoconservatism on the political ideology of John McCain. Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey likes his judges like he likes his Democrats. Andy Sher reports that the state Senate voted 29-0 Thursday for legislation that would overhaul the fee structure charged by Tennessee’s 95 county clerks. The federal deficit is at an all-time high. East Tennessee Congressman Jimmy Duncan, one of only six GOP members of Congress to oppose the Iraq War's initial authorization, has not heard anything recently from Gen. David Petraeus that would cause him to change his antiwar stance. The Associated Press is in search of the perfect modern journalist. Sen. Lamar Alexander makes the case that Davidson County is in dire need of an immigration judge due to the success of the 287(g) program. Joe Powell gets deep into the proposed AT&T compromise cable bill and discusses some of the devilish details. DUI suspects in Tennessee could soon see police given the power to administratively revoke their license at the scene of their alleged crime. Rex Hammock on the political news value of Twitter. The Tennessee Attorney General files action against a Kingsport dog breed breeder. This Is Huge: State workers update Wikipedia while on the taxpayers clock. A blogger defends jealousy as a motivator in the quest for social justice. Rep. Steve Cohen praises the Memphis Tigers from the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives. Tennessee Republican Party Communications Director Bill Hobbs is still railing against Department of Finance and Adminstration public information officer Lola Potter over her refusal to give him access to information on his terms.
Apr 11, 2008 3:03 PM
State legislator gets late approval for congressional run, study contends lack of health insurance has led to death in Tennessee, Lamar calls for local immigration judge,and more...
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Apr 11, 2008 7:53 AM
AT&T deal coming today, Nicole and Keith buy in L.A., state bottom in health education, and more...
Apr 6, 2008 10:29 PM
Former Massachusetts governor calls it quits; No word on where Ted Welch or other prominent Romney backers will go
Feb 7, 2008 12:09 PM
The former Arkansas governor wins Tennessee, and Fred Thompson's vote is the margin
Feb 6, 2008 1:20 AM
UPDATE 4:30 p.m. - Finally, some sign holders, and more
Feb 5, 2008 12:40 AM