Wednesday, September 30, 2020

SENATOR MARSHA BLACKBURN, (R-TN)

Senator Blackburn joins us to talk about the recent preside4ntial debate, the Supreme Court and her new book: 

THE MIND OF A CONSERVATIVE WOMAN: SEEKING THE BEST FOR FAMILY AND COUNTRY, by Marsha Blackburn  (Author), Newt Gingrich (Foreword)

Publisher: Worthy Books (September 1, 2020)

Reject our society’s liberal bias against conservative women and learn how traditional principles will secure a better future for us all with this inspiring guide from a political powerhouse.
The Mind of a Conservative Woman
 challenges women to improve their place in life and open doors for themselves and the next generation through the courage of their convictions. Senator Blackburn expounds upon why beliefs labeled as “traditional” have common ground and can improve all of society, such as:

  • Protecting the next generation, the family, and the freedom of faith and values,
  • Supporting a free market that rewards women who apply their talents and rise to great heights,
  • Respecting the institutions in our nation to make change from the inside,
  • Securing an effective government that will not overreach, and
  • Honoring and respecting those who hold differing opinions.

Though it is politically liberal women who receive the attention of left-leaning media and universities, it is conservatism that guarantees what most women hold dear. Blackburn addresses the frustrations of working women and the false perceptions of women presented by the media in general.
Her maxim “Leave Things in Better Shape Than You Found Them” will challenge you to improve your place in life and create opportunities you never dreamed possible for yourself and those around you.

SENATOR MARSHA BLACKBURN was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2018 and is currently serving her first term representing the state of Tennessee.

WEBSITE: https://www.blackburn.senate.gov

Before her election to the Senate, she represented Tennessee’s 7th Congressional District. Marsha is a member of numerous charitable organizations and is an active member of her church, Christ Presbyterian Church. Originally from Laurel, Mississippi, Marsha is a graduate of Mississippi State University. Marsha and her husband, Chuck, live in Nashville, Tennessee and have two children, Mary Morgan (Paul) Ketchel and Chad (Hillary) Blackburn, and two grandsons. 

 VIRTUAL LEARNING CONTROVERSY: 4TH GRADER SUSPENDED FOR HAVING BB GUN IN HIS ROOM

More on this with EDWIN WALKER, Gun Rights Attorney and Partner at Walker and Taylor Law

WEBSITE: www.walkertaylorlaw.com 

Walker is a Houston attorney who frequently handles gun rights cases. Edwin has been interviewed by media outlets across the nation about gun control efforts, including by Fox News, Newsmax and SiriusXM POTUS.  He also teaches a class called Run Hide Fight! Survive an Active Shooter. 

TY SMITH, retired Navy SEAL and founder and CEO  of Commsafe.AI Bio/photo attached on to discuss protests, race relations, police reform and other currents events.

WEBSITE: https://commsafe.ai/

Smith has 20 years of service, completing six tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, and his company includes veteran security leaders committed to mitigating workplace violence through custom solutions that empower and increase awareness. As an African American male, Ty has experienced injustice and discrimination first hand, even being arrested himself unlawfully by the police while serving his country. Prior to retiring from the Navy, Ty completed a Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management from Ashford University, and a Master of Business for Veterans from the University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business. Ty is a top most authority in combating conflict and violence and has been quoted among numerous publications for his insight into how to identify and reduce violent situations.  Ty recently penned an article in CEO World: The Pandemic is Widening the Diversity Gap in Corporate America: What Can CEO’s do About it?  He also recently authored a trending noteworthy blog post: Defunding Law Enforcement and Police Reform Not Enough: System Racism Stems from Lack of Leadership.