Top 5 Blog Posts of 2014

December 30, 2014 11:18AM

As another great year comes to an end, here are the top 5 most popular blog posts of 2014. Make sure to check them out! 1.  Yes on Amendment 3 by Justin Owen

“That’s why Amendment 3 matters. It will ensure that Tennessee will forever remain income tax-free, despite whatever harebrained tactics politicians and special interests might otherwise try.”

2. Memphis is Making Freedom a Crime by Justin Owen

“But of course, the city is not interested in pubic safety as much as it is cracking down on one industry to protect another. Shame on Memphis for this disgusting display of cronyism.”

3. Obama Turning up the Heat on Tennesseans by Justin Owen

“Overall electricity rates will balloon by $289 billion nationwide, causing GDP to fall by a massive $2.3 trillion, and costing 600,000 people their jobs. Based on its percentage of the overall workforce, that accounts for 12,000 Tennessee jobs lost.”

4. Costco Removes D’Souza Book, “America”, from Shelves Nationwide by Lindsay Boyd

“Tennesseans should be weary of such blatant censorship, especially when the move is counterintuitive to the retail chain’s market demand.”

5. There is no Such Thing as a Living Wage by Mark Cunningham

“Wages are supposed to be an indication of the value that a person brings to a company, not the amount of money that a person needs to live a comfortable lifestyle based on the previous choices they have made.”