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White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre proclaimed that, “the economy is in a better place than it has been historically.” This statement is the last in a parade of delusions that Joe Biden and the Democrats have been peddling for almost a year. The strategy is simple: deny their own disasters and, when all else fails, shift the blame elsewhere.

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In 1976, my grandparents moved from their house in Hendersonville to a brand new retirement center just off of Gallatin Road in Madison near Briley Parkway. It was called Chippington Towers and stood about 12 stories tall. They lived on the ninth floor. I have very fond memories of visiting and I stayed with them quite a bit.

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One time playing football I got double-teamed while on defense and they blocked me about 15 yards down the field. I remember coming to the sideline and my coach saying, “Next time you feel that happening, fall down. Make a giant pile. That makes it difficult for anyone to go through. Make it chaotic for the other team.”

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As with many places growing up my little piece of heaven is long gone. There are no signs it ever existed, and even if you tried to describe how it looked based on what is there now, you still wouldn’t be able to process it.

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Years ago, when the movie “Twilight” was all the rage, I had a friend who told me it was the worst movie ever made and he could not believe his kids wanted to see that “garbage,” as he referred to it.

I am a woman. I am a female. I am unapologetically pro-choice. I have listened to and read the debates on both sides of the argument over reproductive rights. What pains me the most is that I should have to defend not only my human rights, but my constitutional right for the freedom to govern my own body against the state at all.

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One of my favorite movies, and I am sure yours as well, is "Forrest Gump." Since it is on just about every day we all have seen it, in parts, a million times. There are scenes that really hit us deep and one that involves Forrest and Lt. Dan and is the genesis for this story.

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I was watching Stephen Curry explode the other night as he scored 43 points on Friday night to help the Warriors even the series at 2-2 against the Celtics but I noticed something in the game that has been bothering me for a long time; courtside fans.

Some of us create pleasant and/or safe spaces with boundaries we have every right to set, while others of us, having the same rights, struggle with imposing any kind of physical or virtual wall or line in the sand.

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Deadlines were pushed up this week so I had to use one of my ideas I was holding on to because I couldn’t think of anything else good enough to talk about so here, we go. Before I start, I will say I know this is going to upset a few of you: mainly coaches.

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It was Memorial Day 2005. I was working at WKRN at the time doing the morning show and I had volunteered to work that Monday, while most of the other reporters were off.