Month: March 2010

Is I-69/269 Corridor Moving Forward?

According to the Commercial Appeal, yes. The DeSoto County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday will consider planners’ recommendation of a Cincinnati-based firm to conduct a strategic development master plan for the corridor. McBride Dale Clarion was the unanimous choice of…

Advance Equality Day

Tomorrow will see the Tennessee Equality Project on the Hill in Nashville. The Flyer also reports: On Tuesday, March 2nd, gay rights advocates will gather in Nashville to push for pro-LGBT legislation on the Tennessee Equality Project’s (TEP) annual Advancing…

Sara Evans’ Ex-Hubby Testifies?

The question is why did he use the legislature to go up against his former country-singing wife. Some good questions were asked. Betsy Phillips breaks it down for us. What he ended up testifying about, however, is how he had…

Early Morning Ouch

Jack, who has a blog at The Tennessean and is admittedly in his bio at member of the Rutherford County Democrats, is not happy about Congress right now to where he’s even broken it down for his readers. His definition…

Lessons From A Homeless Man

Steven, who works with the homeless in Nashville, posts a story from Travis Williamson on what he witnessed one night in Nashville. At first, I didn’t pay much attention to this man and thought him to be just another homeless…

Rep. Susan Lynn’s Ambition

Rep. Susan Lynn is pushing a bill state sovereignty. No, really. The Mt. Juliet Republican has pushed for a court challenge of Democratic-led health-care reform legislation, led a committee of lawmakers that accused the federal government of abusing its powers,…