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Opinion - Free Press Editorials

... And Another Thing: Fleischmann and the fee

Published Dec. 5 2014

Passing bills left and right in Congress is not necessarily a good thing, and inaction in Congress is not necessarily...

... And Another Thing: 'Profiling' the conversation

Published Dec. 3 2014

President Barack Obama has asked his outgoing attorney general to convene a series of meetings around the country with law...

Cantanzaro exit is fresh start for CSCC

Published Dec. 2 2014

Chattanooga State President Jim Catanzaro 's resignation ends months of turmoil

Eye On The Left: Your Taxpayer Dollars At Work

Published Dec. 1 2014

Nice work if you can get it

Are You A Free-Range Parent?

Published Nov. 30 2014

Have you ever let your children go outside without having them in sight? If so, you may be a free-range...

Giving Thanks Every Day

Published Nov. 27 2014

Those pilgrims were a little late to the party, says Chattanooga minister Herbert Hewliss Brown.

Opportunity out of tragedy?

Published Nov. 26 2014

What good can come out of what's bad in Ferguson, Mo.?

When authority figures abuse

Published Nov. 25 2014

Why is it the more prominent the authority figures, the less likely they'll face serious consequences for their sexual actions?

Eye On The Left: How Can We Offend Today?

Published Nov. 24 2014

How about imaginary discipline?

How Was It Back In 2014?

Published Nov. 23 2014

Chattanooga was but a spry septuagenarian when one of its most recent storytellers first encountered it.

... And Another Thing: Security For Schools

Published Nov. 22 2014

Smile, you're on HCDE camera!

Politics By Cynicism

Published Nov. 21 2014

Regrettably, President Barack Obama took executive action Thursday to grant legal status to about 5 million illegal immigrants, thumbing his...

Coker modern GOP pioneer

Published Nov. 18 2014

Harold Coker was as much at home taking apart a car as he was putting together a deal for the...

Eye On The Left: Enough Blame To Go Around

Published Nov. 17 2014

Scapegoat searching

When Everything's Not Enough

Published Nov. 16 2014

The United States Supreme Court is now being asked by the minorities it sought to protect with the creation of...

Goodbye, legacy?

Published Nov. 15 2014

If President Barack Obama has any hopes of crafting a legacy as an effective president, apart from his race- and...

... And Another Thing: New Way Forward For VW?

Published Nov. 13 2014

Shared future?

ACA author caught in truth

Published Nov. 12 2014

If we told the truth, a consultant to President Obama says in so many words, we could never have passed...

Taking vets for granted

Published Nov. 11 2014

In case anyone needs to know, Sears is marking Veterans Day with "three-day hot buys."

Eye On The Left: Duncan Dreaming Of Universal Preschool

Published Nov. 10 2014

'Social'-izing the children

Helping Green The Basin

Published Nov. 9 2014

Ducktown, Tenn., is attempting to become the greenest small town in America, and a project led by a University of...

Gerson: Obama's 'gifts' to the nation

Published Nov. 8 2014

WASHINGTON - Barack Obama is a gifted politician. But a president is judged by the gifts he leaves behind. Following...

A Third Way For Partnerships?

Published Nov. 8 2014

Lots of readers commented on coverage of the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals decision. Here is a small sample: