WASHINGTON — There are any number of marvelous things one might do as president, if Congress were not such a checked and balanced mess.
My friend Cindy and I were talking in the break room at work one day this week when she said something I found fascinating.
As the president of the Chattanooga Area Food Bank, I am often invited to speak on the issue of hunger in our community.
WASHINGTON — The politics of selfishness was embraced enthusiastically last week by Sen. Mitch McConnell.
Aggression, control, dominance.
WASHINGTON — Pope Francis’ American honeymoon is over (though the whole idea of a papal honeymoon smacks of Borgia-era excess).
Some women loved Ted Bundy.
As mayors, we all know the health of our city is measured by the health of our citizens.
We have given names, bestowed upon us at birth by parents who liked the name or that represent some family history or legacy.
Replace Kevin Huffman?
Call it the cheeseburger conundrum.
There is no more popular phrase for an elected official to utter than "we are introducing a bill to reduce taxes."
(Second of two parts) Among Chattanooga's first 53 citizens was Jane Cozby Henderson, a wife, widow and astute businesswoman willing to fight to keep her property on Ross's Landing, according to estate papers donated to the public library in 2008.
WASHINGTON — It's not exactly the Ems Dispatch (the diplomatic cable Bismarck doctored to provoke the 1870 Franco-Prussian War).
The U.S. Postal Service isn't dying.
Harry Reid's control over the U.S. Senate will soon end, and corrupt, pork-barrel spending will be his legacy.