Friday, November 28, 2014

Davidson County Republican Party 1st Tuesday December Meeting

Waller Law
11 Union Street -- 27th floor

Tuesday, Dec.2nd
11AM for Coffee and Social time
Lunch is at 11:30 and the program will start promptly at Noon

Metro Nashville Police Chief STEVE ANDERSON

Tim Skow 

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Belmont 78 Denver 57

We file your incorporation or LLC – You focus on your business

Vandy 63 Norfolk State 53 Postgame: Riley LaChance (G) & Matthew Fisher-Davis (G)

Vandy 63 Norfolk State 53 Postgame: Kevin Stallings

Vandy Football Tuesday Presser: Vince Taylor (DL)

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Belmont eases past Denver 78-57

Vandy Football Tuesday Presser: Andrew Jelks (OL) & Johnny McCrary (QB)

Vandy 63 Norfolk State 53

Preds 4 Los Angeles Kings 3

Virginia 79 TSU 36


Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Vandy Football Wednesday Presser: Andrew East & Joe Townsend

Vandy Football Wednesday Presser: Patton Robinette

Vandy Football: Derek Mason Wednesday Presser 11/25/2014

Belmont 82 Lipscomb 77 (Battle of the Boulevard - Round 2)

Monday, November 24, 2014

Grand Ole Opry Lineup: Tuesday 11/25/2014 (Ryman)

  • The Henningsens
  • The Whites
  • Kelleigh Bannen
  • Del McCoury Band
  • Bill Anderson
  • Love and Theft
  • Mary Gauthier
  • Mark Wills

Davidson County Young Republicans

Vandy 78 TSU 46 Postgame: Shelton Mitchell (G) & Luke Kornet (F)

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Vandy 78 TSU 48 Postgame: Kevin Stallings

Mississippi State 51 Vandy 0 Postgame: Davis Dudchock (TE) & Spencer Pulley (G)

Vandy 78 TSU 46

Mississippi State 51 Vandy 0 Postgame: Vince Taylor

Preds 3 Florida Panthers 2

Jacob Bromwell

Mississippi State 51 Vandy 0 Postgame: Derek Mason

Vandy vs TSU

Belmont 64 Western Kentucky 63

White Christmas (Christmas at Belmont 2014)

Saturday, November 22, 2014

New Beacon Study Finds Expanding Medicaid Will Hurt Tennessee Families

Medicaid expansion plan lowers incomes and costs jobs in the Volunteer State

NASHVILLE –  A new study finds that Tennessee families will be adversely affected by Governor Bill Haslam’s plan to expand Medicaid.
According to the study, published by Federalism in Action, Medicaid expansion will have several negative economic consequences in the Volunteer State.

These include declining personal incomes for Tennesseans, as well as a shrinking of the state’s private sector as a whole.
“Policymakers should carefully reconsider Governor Haslam’s proposal to expand Medicaid,” said State Budget Solutions (SBS) CEO J. Scott Moody. “It will put the state’s long-run economic growth on a downward trajectory, resulting in a decline in personal income growth of $3.6 billion.”
The direct effect on Tennessee families would be a personal income loss of over $1,148 per year per household or the loss of 67,433 jobs.
“Governor Haslam has a record of making Tennessee competitive, but unfortunately, Medicaid expansion will ensure that the Volunteer State will lose its competitive edge to neighboring states, and Tennessee residents will be poorer as a result,” said Moody.

Lindsay Boyd, Policy Director of the Beacon Center of Tennessee, also affirms the study’s findings. “Medicaid was a program designed to help address the needs of the poorest among us, but when that same program leads to significant loss of income, puts Tennesseans out of work, and diminishes opportunities to find new jobs, the program has failed,” Boyd asserts.
You can read the full study here and look at a helpful infographic here.

Commodore Spotlight: Nigel Bowden

Grand Ole Opry Lineup: Saturday 11/22/2014 (Ryman)

Early Show
  • Riders In The Sky
  • JT Hodges
  • Mike Snider
  • John King
  • Charley Pride
  • Ricky Skaggs
  • The Whites
  • Opry Square Dancers
  • Bill Anderson
  • Mandy Barnett
  • Charles Esten
Late Show
  • Riders In The Sky
  • JT Hodges
  • Mike Snider
  • John King
  • Charley Pride
  • Ricky Skaggs
  • The Whites
  • Opry Square Dancers
  • Bill Anderson
  • Mandy Barnett
  • Charles Esten
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