This morning, I am giving a talk to the TMG Coalition at the Bull & Bear Club in Richmond, Virginia, and will be away from my computer - and the Internet - for most of the day. I'll follow the news, get tidbits from my sources in Catoosa County, and blog on the case tonight. (My speech is entitled, "Why the Recession is Not Over," and I lay out the realities of our current phony economy.)
I have read the editorial pages of the Chattanooga Times-Free Press and found that there was great concern about events in faraway places as well as vital policies regarding the W Road. However, despite the unconstitutional abuse of the law that is taking place in their backyard, the editorial writers of the paper are seeing fit to look the other way. If readers want to understand why Brian House and Chris Arnt are getting away with their execrable actions, look no further than the local media, and especially the TFP.
(There are exceptions, WGOW-FM being one of them, and certainly the coverage from Channel 3 has been strong, but for the most part, we have a huge guilty silence in the Chattanooga area, and by being silent, the TFP and others are giving their tacit approval to the destruction of due process and law itself.)