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In remembrance of John Jay Hooker

It was my first brush with a real, live, seersucker-clad political legend. In person and up close, John Jay Hooker commanded attention and fomented respect, whether or not one knew exactly who he was. I can still hear his baritone

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Ten—yes, ten—years blogging about Tennessee politics

I don’t feel much like an active blogger (or writer of any kind, bar work emails) these days, but I had to carve out a moment to mark the tenth anniversary of this thing. A decade seems to lend a

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Happy Anniversary, KnoxViews!

Those of you in East Tennessee who like your politics served on left side need no introduction to KnoxViews.com, but for anyone just joining the conversation, there has been quite a community built over the years on the multi-author site.

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Still bloggy after all these years

I’m happy enough to be nearing the eighth ninth! anniversary of this website, but downright giddy to be meeting a few of Tennessee’s eminent bloggers from the salad days for a pint of reminiscence. These are people who put the

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Change and hope

Gentle reader, daily I celebrate your inquisitiveness about Tennessee elections and politics, and I try my best to sate your curiosities through this medium. It is with this in mind that I announce a few changes in the works. The

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