Memphis Politics

  • AT&T withdraws T-Mobile aquisition application at FCC

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    as originally posted by Karl Bode at DSLreports.com Hoping that the tryptophan roar of the Thansgiving holiday would take the public relations sting out of the move, AT&T and Deutsche Telekom this morning announced that the company would be withdrawing their application at the FCC …

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  • Clarence Thomas’ Constitution

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    Justice Thomas writes with remarkable clarity, consistency, and elegance.  His concurring opinion in a 1995 case called McIntyre v. Ohio Elections Commission is a history lesson in the First Amendment protection of anonymous speech.  His dissenting opinion in the Kelo property takings case is a …

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  • Legislation filed under: Firearms and Ammunition

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    Bill Number Composite Abstract Last Action Date HB0026    by Hardaway SB1585 by Marrero Firearms and Ammunition – As introduced, creates various gun show offenses, including prohibiting any person who is not a licensed firearms dealer from transferring a firearm to another person if any part …

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  • The Lowest Voter Turnout in Memphis History

    It’s sad to see how few people even care to vote. With the constant battles over schools, criminal activities by the people we vote for and the weak economy only about 32,000 opted for early voting. This city-election will be listed among the lowest voter turnouts …

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