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Axe the Tax: Renewed Efforts to Repeal the Hall Income Tax

AFP and the Beacon Center of TN are joining forces to repeal the Hall Income Tax. Learn more about the tax, how it affects you, and how we are going to repeal it. The Hall Income Tax is a 6% tax on interest and dividends. It predominately affects seniors, who are more likely to own […]

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September Links to Common Core Articles

September 04, 2014 J

Stay informed. The best way to beat this beast is to be armed with information. Stopping the federal takeover of our education system is the war being waged across our nation. Updated 9/4: As noted in the┬áNational Review Online: It was pretty clear from the start that nobody thought there was sufficient evidence for any […]

ObamaCare Premium Rates Rising: Tennesseans Paying the Price

August 25, 2014

With ObamaCare rates on the rise anyone who signed up under the “Affordable”Care Act can brace for a premium rate increase ranging from 7.5%-22% next year. The Tennessean reported: As a result, BlueCross said, consumers will experience rate increases between 6.1 and 21.7 percent, depending on the product they have bought. It’s difficult to nail […]

Majority Now Opposes Common Core

August 22, 2014 J

This could very well be the defining issue between Conservatives and Republicans. A new education poll shows 60% of Americans are opposed to Common Core. The public is becoming more and more aware of what Common Core implementation means for children. Parents and teachers alike are seeing the downfall in allowing a federal take-over of […]

Links to Common Core Articles

August 21, 2014 J

What’s going on in our state to stop the Federal Overtake of education in Tennessee. A little bit of background: Inside Tennessee Common Core This link has a large portion of the background included from the legislative perspective. And another to our latest efforts: AFP Group to Keep Pressure on Common Core   Like this […]

Government Not the Cure for Drug Prices

August 19, 2014 J,

By Eric Peterson Politicians have been trying to provide affordable prescription drugs for more than a decade. Before the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, there was Medicare Part D seeking to lower costs for senior citizens. Unfortunately for politicians, breakthrough new drugs often take billions of dollars and millions of […]