With statements like “We’ve spent a lot of time eating pasta and red sauce” and “can’t afford her usual two cups of coffee a day,” it seems that our city officials are out of touch with not only the struggles of those on SNAP but those in the middle class as well.
Conditioning to stop injuries
Last month, near the Hunter Museum parking lot, I tripped on a curb and fell flat on my face. Unconscious for moments, I woke to find three Good Samaritans helping me.
David Cook and Chris Anderson should sell used cars: "No, it's not a used car; it's a certified pre-owned vehicle."
The goals of the American police force are to enforce justice and uphold the law, which can only be met with good intentions and trustworthy employees.
Looking through the historical lens of public education reminds us that many of the challenges citizens faced were overcome through the tenacious efforts of parents.
Natural gas is one of our nation's most viable resources for many applications.
I am privileged to live in the greatest nation in the world! This is due in large part to our brave troops who have served through the years.
There is a cure for cancer. There is actually a way to forcefully fight back. Cancer can be cured with viruses. This may seem silly, but keep reading.
This is in regard to Erlanger setting the rule that you can't smoke within three blocks of the hospital.
Earlier this year, my wife and I were traveling from Vanderbilt Medical Center, where she had her aortic valve replaced.
When George H. Bush came into office, our national debt was around 5 trillion dollars.
I have seen quotes from Democrats and establishment Republicans on how the tea party types should let the "adults" run things.
Two letters in the Friday Times Free Press are in need of mild critique.
This is an open letter to the Rev. Al Sharpton: I hope you say your thanks to our country's vets for protecting your First Amendment rights and other freedoms in this country.