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This article is in response to a letter to the editor, lambasting Clay Bennett's "vicious" attack on Bush's new library — Bennett comparing it with the Holocaust Museum. I'm not as positive as the aforementioned writer that the comparison was not justifi
Clay Bennett's cartoon last week of a drone, pulling a banner, "why do you hate us?" gave me pause for thought.
The East Ridge Lady Pioneer softball team recently dedicated a home softball game to promote breast cancer education and awareness.
I wonder if the “Boston bombers” told their victims of their “rights”?
Noted British essayist and novelist G.K. Chesterton observed that Christianity had not been tried and found wanting, but was found exceedingly difficult and consequently had been rarely tried.
C-SPAN broadcast the congressional committee interview of Michael Huerta, FAA administrator, on April 24.
A recent letter to the editor criticizing an NRA recommendation to have armed security at all schools showed a total lack of knowledge of firearms.
Frank Bruni, like the colleges he writes about, begs the question when he maintains that the challenge is "giving young Americans the best and most useful education."
One of the mayor's stated priorities is improved public safety.
I understand that a part of Mr. Bennett's job description must be to take an editorial cartoon position as far to the left as possible.
On a shopping trip to Walmart I left my pocketbook on top of my car.
Pollution in America is one of the major issues that our country faces on a daily basis. Every time something is thrown out the window on the interstate, it adds to the growing problem.
Sen. Todd Gardenhire states (April 25), that he is "most proud of the bill to stop animal abuse early." Is this the same person who "nonvoted" on the anti-cockfighting bill?
"Well, you know, my shotgun will do better for you than your AR-15, because you want to keep someone away from your house, just fire the shotgun through the door."