‘I am here to explore local economy, God’s goodness to man’
David Tulis is editor of TNtrafficticket.us, an effort in entrepreneurial journalism in the Chattanooga, Tenn., area exploring the interests of Christianity and its many fruits — spiritual, cultural, economic and legal.
David is a longtime proponent of liberty, prosperity and a free people under constitutional government. He has been active in homeschooling circles and is editor of Esprit newsletter. He has litigated personal constitutional liberties as a belligerent claimant in person. His case prompting the Tennessee General Assembly to revise a perfectly clear statute on social security numbers on driver license applications. In 2020 he sued Gov. Bill Lee for fraud in launching a state of emergency without first having a non-fraudulent exigency or lawful cause or basis for his action.
Until March 2012 he was the business section copy editor at the Chattanooga Times Free Press, where he worked 24 years. He informs and entertains listeners 8-11 a.m. weekdays at his radio station, NoogaRadio 96.9 FM, and on Facebook. He is called “the blogger with the biggest pen” and “the smartest guy with a bow tie in Chattanooga.” He argues for local economy and free markets.
David was for more than 15 years a deacon at Brainerd Hills Presbyterian Church in Chattanooga and helped that body shed its corporate charter to become a church incorporated in Christ alone. He and his wife, Jeannette, attend North Shore Fellowship (also PCA) in Chattanooga. He is the father of four grown children.
He has a bachelor’s degree from University of Virginia and a master’s degree in English from University of Tennessee.
He is available for speaking engagements at your church, Chamber of Commerce group or club, with a variety of topics available. Contact him through this website.