The week in headlines

About as unannounced as a DUI checkpoint

Republicans are “bracing themselves” (seriously?) for a campaign announcement by Kevin Kookogey, who says he will not attend any more “Beat Lamar” vetting sessions because he is an “unannounced candidate.”

Karma ‘coma

Trace Sharp is named executive director of the Crockett Policy Institute. Congratulations, and I hope she keeps blogging.

Hangin’ with Senator Cooper?

Steve Steffens says he knows it sounds crazy, but that he’d be all for having U.S. Rep. Jim Cooper enter the race for U.S. Senate, especially if a Tea Party candidate were to upset incumbent U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander.

Which way is this Carr going?

Tom Humphrey noticed an interesting bit of speculation in and around Murfreesboro.

Camp4u inexplicably still free

As the paywall on Knoxville’s paper goes up, here’s a retrospective from everybody’s favorite blogging legislator.

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