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In our blog, read about the political and cultural issues affecting Tennesseans written from a conservative perspective. Commentaries are typically written by David Fowler, an attorney who served in the Tennessee state Senate for 12 years before joining FACT as President.

Biden Wants to Unite A Divided Nation, But Do We Really Want That?

Biden Wants to Unite A Divided Nation, But Do We Really Want That?

Nov 13, 2020 by David Fowler

This past Sunday, The Tennessean, ran a story entitled “Can religious leaders help US repair post-election divisions after Joe Biden victory?” The article states that “Biden wants to unite a divided nation. . . ....
The U.S. Supreme Court Has Put Itself on Trial. What Will Be the Verdict?

The U.S. Supreme Court Has Put Itself on Trial. What Will Be the Verdict?

Nov 13, 2020 by David Fowler

The presidential election is over. The results, however, are not final as a matter of law. I don’t know whether the voter fraud that accompanies all elections will prove sufficient to change the media-predicted results in this election, but som...
A True Presidential Election Heartbreak

A True Presidential Election Heartbreak

Nov 5, 2020 by David Fowler

As I thought about the presidential election results, I could not help but think of these words in the so-called “southern national anthem,” Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Sweet Home Alabama, “Now Watergate does not bother me. Does your con...
Two Titans in the Evangelical World Weigh in on Trump v. Biden Voting

Two Titans in the Evangelical World Weigh in on Trump v. Biden Voting

Oct 30, 2020 by David Fowler

Last week, I tried to encourage readers to consider the true nature of godliness and compare it to how they approached voting for either President Donald Trump or Joe Biden. This week, I want to explore two recent commentaries by well-known Christian...
Is Evangelical Thinking About Voting For or Against Trump Really Godly?

Is Evangelical Thinking About Voting For or Against Trump Really Godly?

Oct 23, 2020 by David Fowler

With early voting starting, it is again time for evangelicals to start explaining why they will or will not vote for Donald Trump. Some will say that voting for Trump is a bad Christian witness while others will say his personal conduct can be excuse...

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