Early voting costs you money—and more. The Secretary of State announced on Monday that more than half a million Tennesseans voted early this year—setting a new record for a state primary election. That is good news. But is early voting … Continue reading
About David Fowler
David Fowler served in the Tennessee state Senate for 12 years before joining FACT as President in 2006.
Entries by David Fowler
I just attended a conference for lawyers who strategically seek to defend the First Amendment rights of Christians and heard the statement, “Stupid for Jesus is still stupid.” In the context of public office, a candidate who loves God and … Continue reading →
No one knows it all. And the candidate who thinks he knows it all doesn’t know how little he knows. Avoid that candidate. But most candidates are not that arrogant (or at least not openly so). So, who will have … Continue reading →
It’s telling that we have a television news channel with a show called The No Spin Zone. News is supposed to provide facts. But in politics everyone (it seems) tries to put “their spin” on the facts. And when it … Continue reading →
U.S. Supreme Court nominee Elena Kegan has given too many signals of her contempt for the law to believe that anyone would vote to confirm her. Here are just three examples. The most recent example is found in the opinion … Continue reading →