I would think tea partiers across the nation would take it as a point of pride that the IRS took their anti-tax, anti-government rhetoric seriously enough to watch them, not as another excuse to whine and play the victim.
Recently I filled up with gas in Fort Oglethorpe, then drove through parts of Rossville, East Ridge and into Chattanooga to meet my husband on McCallie Avenue.
In a recent column, "The Commencement Address: A Reality Speech," Ron Hart tries to make a point that students aren't learning.
Kathleen Parker is an incredible writer. As far as I am concerned her column "Why it matters who's responsible for Benghazi" covered the waterfront, and nailed down the coffin.
It was with sadness that I heard the president's speech at the Planned Parenthood convention.
Saturday's May 11 editorial (A federal war on caffeine?) postulates that "of the beloved ritual of morning coffee and the newspaper, the coffee may disappear due to 'nanny state' interference."
The Times Free Press should be ashamed at the despicable so called "humor" of the editorial cartoon by "Bennett" (whoever this coward is).
I have been watching the latest on the Benghazi talking points scandal with great interest.
In your May 8 article about senators golfing with our president, the reporter describes Mark West, Chattanooga Tea Party’s president as “unfurling” his newspaper (as a patriot does his flag?) and “scowling” at a photo of Bob Corker “grinning” next to Obama. Atlanta ‘s Tea Party Patriots’ co-founder Debbie Dooley “rolled her eyes” over Saxby Chambliss’ ”presidential chumminess,” predicting he might get booed at the GOP state convention.
Dixie Booth, a third grader at Belvoir Christian Academy, was honored for her fundraising efforts for BCA’s annual St. Jude Math-a-Thon.
Gentlemen, I read with great interest the article titled “Golfing Buddies” on the front page of your May 7 edition.
After reading the editorial about VW layoffs, I want to be sure all the facts are accurately represented.
As Chattanooga begins to learn the strength, weakness, competence and commitment of the newly installed mayor and City Council, we must continue to remind these officials to represent the needs of all who enter our town.
As a 10-year old I learned gun safety at NRA-sposored program at a YMCA camp in Texas. I was very proud of my junior marksman certificates for shooting my .22 rifle, had them framed, and kept them for many years.
I purchase on the Internet to save on sales taxes, and to obtain better product selections of the latest technology at lower prices than are generally available at local retailers.