There must be amendments to the Affordable Health Care Act, presenting so many problems for those already insured, and for which the president had said all would be protected.
The New York Post has reported that President George W. Bush covered up the portions of the 9/11 report that named Saudi Arabia as the state sponsors of the attack on the World Trade Center.
Trading constitutionally-backed freedoms for “security” is a dangerous path. As a veteran who worked in military security, I am sad at what’s happening.
I have been impressed with the remarkable turnaround in downtown Chattanooga over the past several years.
I was in Knoxville, Tenn., to see the University of Tennessee Pride of the Southland Band perform their half-time show for parents and friends. In all of the excitement, I dropped my cell phone and did not realize it until later.
As the Christmas holiday season is coming upon us, I urge healthy readers to donate blood to Blood Assurance. During the days surrounding and including Christmas Day and New Year’s Day, many donors who are readily available on normal days are unavailable for these weeks.
When I taught English as a second language a few years ago, I became aware of how difficult it is to learn correct grammar.
In your paper on Nov. 23, 2013, you reported a story on the back page of Section A titled, “News media protest limits on press access.”
I believe the jobs everyone is writing about are not to be considered a bread-winner’s position. Fast-food jobs are especially meant for the student-labor market and housewives et al, supplementing other income.
Yes, society is downright obsessed with firearms and the suspicion toward others is widespread. Heck, many religions even espouse hate and distrust!
I applaud the move by the State of Tennessee to belatedly move ahead on 11 overdue executions.
Regarding Sunday, Nov. 17's front page feature "The Goal is Simple," I ask: What's sensational about these persons' alleged activities?
No good deed should go unnoticed. Help us celebrate the kindness of others by letting us know about gestures of good will you have witnessed or experienced. We'll publish your letters in this space every Sunday.
My brother, 57, emailed me to say that come Jan. 1, he will at last have health insurance again, thanks to the new Affordable Care Act.
This is for the believers in our Lord Jesus Christ: Knoxville; Shreveport, La.; and Chattanooga were first as “Bible-minded” and Christ-centered cities, according to Barna Research, a group that studies the intersection of faith and culture.