Letters to the Editor

I disagree with Sen. Bob Corker’s proposed measure to increase the federal gasoline tax an additional 18.4 cents per gallon (call it a user fee — it’s still money out of the taxpayer’s pocket).

There are many Indians in the United States, a number of whom are American citizens.

Famous Dave's Barbecue Restaurants across East Tennessee wrapped up another successful year of Operation Famous Salute over the Memorial Day holiday weekend.

On Sunday, June 15, a letter appeared in the letters to the editor section that affronted me as a former Army draftee.

We are submitting this letter to express our support for Tommy Crangle for the Tennessee House, District 27 seat.

  • June 28th, 2014  |
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I saw a movie seemingly based upon our current political reality.

A Sunday school class May 25 featured a panel of members to proclaim what Memorial Day meant to them.

Please vote yes on both HB 4307 (Milk Freedom Act of 2014) and HB 4308 (Interstate Milk Freedom Act of 2014).

As a scientist (MA, Chemistry, Oxford), I am deeply skeptical about human-caused global warming, with carbon dioxide from burning fossil fuels getting the blame.

The Times' editorial attacking Edward Snowden reflects a kind of patriotism Dr. Ben Johnson referred to as the last refuge of a scoundrel: my country — right or wrong!

  • June 23rd, 2014  |
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Several weeks ago, I obtained a gift certificate from an automotive shop in Hixson for the Rotary Club of Chattanooga, Hamilton Place Golf Tournament.

  • June 22nd, 2014  |
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As I watch news of the horrifying stories about the VA around the country, I feel the need to speak up about the care I have received in Chattanooga.

I see where Jim Catanzaro wants to build his version of the Crystal Cathedral at Chattanooga State.

A recent article about no United Auto Workers dues increase for years is misleading and inaccurate.

  • June 20th, 2014  |
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I have just read the latest in a long line of Republican missives in which the author is frothing at the mouth in fury over the liberal and "tasteless" cartoons of Clay Bennett.

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