Most of us will push away from the table today feeling much too full. Not just too full of Thanksgiving fare, but also too full of life's blessings to recount.
Even if Jim Catanzaro's supporters don't think two no-confidence faculty votes and his controversial hiring of a senior executive assistant to extend Chattanooga State Community College's partnership with a college in Barbados (where he loves to vacation) are enough to get him sacked, then perhaps his own sloppiness with a calendar will seal the deal.
Hands up, don’t shoot. It will be a chant that will live and should live. It will be a chant that should teach us all to seek peace even when peace is an uphill fight.
Those pilgrims were a little late to the party, says Chattanooga minister Herbert Hewliss Brown.
What good can come out of what's bad in Ferguson, Mo.?
Why is it the more prominent the authority figures, the less likely they’ll face serious consequences for their sexual actions?
Ruth Kittle is as mad as heck, and she's not going to take it anymore.
In the beginning, Donna Williams and I were not friends. Enemies? Maybe that's going too far, but certainly not friends.
WASHINGTON -- Following President Obama's ambitious executive order on immigration -- not unprecedented in subject matter but unprecedented in scope and ambition -- we are left to pick through the wreckage of law and precedent.
Let's not look at Ferguson. Not yet.
So, Obama wants to follow rules when they suit his agenda (Keystone). What about the rest of the time?
Why say Obama pulled out of Iraq too early? Bush said "mission accomplished" back on May 1, 2003, with the end of combat missions.
Tuesday's election results proved that American citizens eventually get it right.
We recently attended the Christmas for Kids/God's Christmas Event sponsored by the Marion County Sheriff's Department and organized by Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Gamble at Whitwell Middle School.
Once again, we have a very wealthy congressman and well-paid bureaucrats in Washington labeling Social Security disability recipients as lazy cheats.
During afternoon rush hour a few weeks ago, my wife and I were heading north on Norcross Road toward Highway 153.
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