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    FORMER President Donald Trump is speaking at the American Freedom Tour set to begin on May 14, 2022. The tour includes live speakers from his family and cabinet and guests are paying up to $5k to attend. 2Donald Trump is a guest speaker at the American Freedom tour What is the American Freedom tour? The American Freedom tour will bring former President Donald Trump to the stage once again in an almost sold-out event. Guests can expect the speakers to dedicate the event to four topics including faith, family, finance, and freedom. Faith: Guests will be encouraged to "grow in (their) faith" as they state they will explore the charitable actions of others. Family: The speakers will discuss how those in attendance can be better spouses, parents, and children to their loved ones. READ MORE ON THE US SUNTRUMP SPEAKS Trump brings Mike Pompeo and American Freedom Tour to Austin Convention CenterWHERE'S DONNY? Find out where Donald Trump is today Finance: According to the tour campaigns' website, speakers will introduce financial training, claiming that the "chances of Social Security being...
    NEW YORK (AP) — As Shawn Mendes prepares to embark on a massive global tour, the 23-year-old has released an emotional single reflecting his breakup with Camila Cabello. Mendes says “When You’re Gone” was about processing the loss in his life. (Cabello has her own album coming out Friday). Mendes believes he’s matured as an artist, especially with the time he had to himself during the pandemic. “As you get older you start to just feel like you want to keep pushing boundaries,” Mendes said. Recently, the Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum artist sat down with The Associated Press to discuss his upcoming tour, his Met Gala invitation and the new single. ___ AP: Tell me about getting your emotions out for “When You’re Gone”? Mendes: I think it’s really just like me processing a breakup, me processing losing somebody that was so much of my world and it’s just me trying to be candid and real with people because, ultimately, the only way I’m ever going to connect with people is if I’m being real with myself. AP: So...
    Thousands packed the Florida Live Arena in Sunrise, FL, Saturday to watch former President Donald J. Trump speak during the American Freedom Tour. The crowd was abuzz in anticipation of Trump’s remarks. In a tweet, Taylor Budowich, communications director for Save America and Donald Trump, said that one supporter equated the event to an Elvis concert. pic.twitter.com/5c8H1AS574 — Taylor Budowich (@TayFromCA) March 19, 2022 The 45th president promised the crowd he would return and that America would be better than ever, according to a tweet from the tour. “You had a president that always put America first,” Trump told supporters. “I will be back and we [America] will be better and stronger than ever before.” “You had a president that always put America first. I will be back and we [America] will be better and stronger than ever before.” ???????? Thank you President Donald J. Trump for empowering Patriots today at the #AmericanFreedomTour#DonaldJTrump #Trump2024 pic.twitter.com/G3MlK7NNnr — AmericanFreedomTour (@AmericaFreedomT) March 19, 2022 Other conservative leaders, including Donald Trump Jr., spoke at the event. Trump Jr. appeared before his father and urged those in...
    Musician Neil Young appears to have had a change of heart when it comes to the right of Americans to say how they feel about a particular political issue, even if others don't agree with them.  The liberal singer threw himself into the headlines last week following a decision to remove his content from Spotify in protest over Joe Rogan's podcast, complaining the latter was spreading misinformation about the coronavirus pandemic to his millions of listeners, and he no longer wanted to share a platform with him. However, Young's history of speaking out on political issues runs in contrast to his current position on Rogan, considering he participated in a 2006 "Freedom of Speech tour" that traveled the country protesting the then-involvement of U.S. soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan, often to disagreeable crowds.  Musician Neil Young speaks during a session at the International CES Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher) JOE ROGAN HITS THE RIGHT NOTE AFTER NEIL YOUNG ATTACK, SPOTIFY PLAYS DEFENSE "I was a nervous wreck by the end of that tour. I...
                 Live from Music Row Tuesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. – host Leahy welcomed Gary Humble of Tennessee Stands to the newsmaker line to his discuss the upcoming Freedom Matters Tour, election integrity, and the need for paper ballots. Leahy: We are joined on our newsmaker lined by Gary Humble, the founder of Tennessee Stands. Good morning, Gary. Humble: Hey! Good morning to you. Good morning, Andy. Ogles: Good morning. Leahy: Well, my first question, Gary, you saw our friend Andy Ogles, made some waves yesterday. He said he sent an email out to all the Murray County employees. I guess there are 500 employees there so they would be covered if this OSHA mandate requires anybody who employs more than 100 to mandate vaccines, the Supreme Court is about to issue a decision on that. I think they’re going to basically call that mandate unconstitutional. But if they allow it, Andy said we’re not enforcing it in...
                 Tennessee Stands members have announced that they will bring back their Freedom Matters Tour later this month in the Chattanooga area. Organizers have scheduled the event from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. ET, January 18, at The Vineyard at Howe Farms, located at 7600 Runyan Road in Georgetown, Tennessee. Scheduled keynote speakers are former United Nations ambassador Alan Keyes, Tennessee Stands Executive Director Gary Humble, and Tennessee Stands Chairman of the Board Kevin Kookogey, according to an email that organizers sent to followers. Tickets are available at the Freedom Matters Tour website. “There are a growing number of Tennesseans who understand that the freedoms secured to our children and for generations is at stake. We are no longer willing to allow our rights to be trampled upon by those who seek to instill fear and tyranny. With these rights and values in mind, Tennessee Stands is bringing back the Freedom Matters Tour to promote constitutional values and to encourage Tennesseans to STAND UP for their personal liberties,” Tennessee Stands members said in an email to members. “If you’re tired...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS133) — Journey is going back on tour next year – and Sacramento will be one of the stops. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers announced their “Freedom Tour 2022” on Monday. It will accompany their new album, also named “Freedom,” which is set to drop next year. READ MORE: Pallets Of Chickpeas Catch Fire At Warehouse In CeresA total of 40 cities are on the tour list so far. READ MORE: Kaiser Permanente Reaches Deal With Pharmacist Union, Monday’s Strike Called OffSacramento has a date with Journey on April 1 at the Golden 1 Center. Tickets for the show go on sale Nov. 19 at 10 a.m. MORE NEWS: Sun Sets On Sunrise Mall As Citrus Heights Plans 'New Heart' Of CityBilly Idol is set to be the opening act.
    BOSTON (CBS) — The TD Garden is getting ready to rock next February. Journey is coming to Boston next year, and the band will be joined by special guest Billy Idol on the “Freedom Tour 2022.” The concert is set for February 28. Tickets will go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. JUST ANNOUNCED: @JourneyOfficial is back! Come see them on the Freedom Tour 2022 with very special guest @BillyIdol at TD Garden on February 28. Tickets go on sale Friday at 10am. Come rock with us! pic.twitter.com/t09z2WIZ8f — TD Garden (@tdgarden) November 15, 2021 “It’s that time — time to get back to where we are used to being — on stage! We are looking forward to shifting into high gear and bringing you the best show possible,” guitarist Neal Schon said in a statement. “The band is running on all 12 cylinders and very excited! Please come and join us once again for an evening full of rocking stage connection fun. See you soon, friends.” Click here for more ticket information.
                        A statewide tour that organizers say will promote Constitutional values and personal liberties is getting results. Organizers say that this Freedom Matters Tour has attracted consistent crowds of 400 to 600 people. “However, Wednesday night’s crowd in Knoxville exceeded expectations as 822 freedom-loving, fed up Tennesseans came out to hear us speak,” said Maury County Mayor Andy Ogles in an email to The Tennessee Star this week. “Alan Keyes and myself served as the ‘keynotes’ with me additionally hosting a Q & A at the end. The tone of the event, and the questions from the audience were clear; people are tired of watching their freedoms being taken away and they are tired of politicians masquerading as conservatives. People want actions not words, they want their elected officials to stand up and defend them.” The Williamson County-based Tennessee Stands has already held these tour events in Kingsport, Loudon, Mount Juliet, Greeneville, and Knoxville and still has scheduled events in Chattanooga, and Jackson, according to its website. “There is...
                        Live from Music Row Tuesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  guest host Ben Cunningham welcomed Maury County Mayor Andy Ogles in the studio to discuss migration to Middle Tennessee, record-breaking growth, and the Freedom Matters Tour’s unusual large amount of attendees. Cunningham: My name is Ben Cunningham and I’m sitting in for Michael Patrick Leahy. Joined in studio this morning with Maury County Mayor Andy Ogles and Grant Henry with Americans for Prosperity. Guys, good morning. Thanks so much. You were just commenting, Andy, about the traffic. I saw the same thing coming in from Gallatin. I don’t know. Maybe that’s a good indication that things are picking up. Ogles: I don’t know what was going on this morning. I don’t know if we all left three minutes late and it created this log jam, but, it takes me about an hour to get here, give or take, but...
    Screenshot via Twitter. As Covid-19 cases hit a record high in Florida — 21,683 new cases, the highest daily total since the pandemic began, according to the AP — self-proclaimed “Florida Man” Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) used the contagious virus as fodder for jokes at several rallies held on Saturday, telling his audience that instead of catching the Delta variant, he had caught the “Florida variant.” Gaetz: I got the Florida variant. I got the freedom variant. It affects the brain. pic.twitter.com/U4XGhbVqph — Acyn (@Acyn) July 31, 2021 Gaetz kicked off his “Florida Man Freedom Tour” on Saturday and video clips from his event in Largo, Fl. showed the congressman mocking experts who had been warning people to “look out for the Delta variant, or the Lambda variant — next it’s going to be like the Chi Omega variant.” “I got the Florida variant!” Gaetz continued. “I got the freedom variant! It affects the brain. It gets you to think for yourself, where you don’t just surrender to the truth that they’re trying to create in corrupt Big Media.”...
    ARCADIA, Calif. (AP) — Concert Tour won the $200,000 San Vicente Stakes by a half-length over Freedom Fighter on Saturday at Santa Anita, giving Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert a 1-2 finish of Kentucky Derby hopefuls. Ridden by Joel Rosario, Concert Tour ran seven furlongs in 1:24.06 and paid $2.80, $2.40 and $2.10 as the heavy2-5 favorite. Concert Tour and Freedom Fighter raced as a team over the final quarter of a mile before Concert Tour edged in front. Baffert earned his record 11th win in the Grade 2 race. Freedom Fighter returned $3.60 and $2.20. The Chosen Vron was another 2 3/4 lengths back in third and paid $2.10 to show. Freedom Fighter had been idle since Aug. 1, when he won his first race. “Freedom Fighter just broke like a rocket ship. He’s really fast and been doing really well,” Baffert said. “I thought they were going to get into a speed duel. It was a good race for both of them.” The victory, worth $120,000, increased Concert Tour’s career earnings to $156,600. Last weekend, Medina Spirit...
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