Publisher’s Positions

Publisher’s Positions

By Steve Hunley Inside Tennessee: Herrera vs. Shears WBIR’s Inside Tennessee recently hosted a conversation between the respective political party chairs in Knoxville. Republican Daniel Herrera and Democrat Matt Shears are both young and vocal; both seem to really like the limelight and like attention; both are highly partisan, as is always the case for […]

Publisher’s Positions

Publisher’s Positions

By Steve Hunley A Strange Event Evidently Christine Cruz recently held some kind of event at Cherokee Country Club.  Originally billed as a “Let Freedom Ring Fundraiser,” it was to feature Robby Starbuck from Nashville, who is a candidate for Congress.  Thing is the Tennessee General Assembly hasn’t redrawn the lines for the congressional districts […]

Publisher’s Positions

Publisher’s Positions

By Steve Hunley Merit Council has become Political Council Anybody who reads The Knoxville Focus regularly already knows the Sheriff’s Merit System Council has become a tar pit of politics.  It may well be beyond reform and the truth is for years it has been dominated by the very people it was supposed to eliminate: […]

Liberal Bias in Local Media

Liberal Bias in Local Media

By Steve Hunley It is no surprise to anyone who can read or hear, there is a pronounced bias on the part of the national media on behalf of the Left.  That is also true on the local level as well.  Exhibit Number One is the Knoxville News Sentinel.  The News Sentinel attempted to keep […]

Bylaws are important and must be followed

Bylaws are important and must be followed

By Steve Hunley Commissioner Larsen Jay has put together a rather solid case for those Republicans who aren’t following the bylaws as written and approved by the Tennessee State Executive Committee. Let me quote from the Bylaws of the Tennessee Republican Party under Article 1, “Name & Purpose”, Section 3: “Neither the SEC as a […]

The Land of Plenty to the Land of Empty

The Land of Plenty to the Land of Empty

By Steve Hunley   During the 2020 election we were told Joe Biden was not just a worn out old man; rather he was a marvel of energy, a regular wizard of innovation, and generally an all-round whiz-bang.  And nine months into his administration, durned if he hasn’t wrought miracles. He has turned lying into […]

Publisher’s Positions

Publisher’s Positions

By Steve Hunley The Austin City Council slashed the budget for their police department by a third.  The end result was the loss of more than 150 police officers and the highest murder rate the Texas capitol has ever experienced in its history.  The Council reversed itself and restored the funding as the “defunding the […]

Inflation: The Cruelest Tax

Inflation: The Cruelest Tax

By Steve Hunley My wife Kim likes to save money.  Kim knows how to use coupons and I think there have been times when she’s gone shopping, got what she wanted or needed and the store had to pay her.  Last week, Kim came in to report the sad news that one of her favorite […]

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