Children are separated from nature now more than ever.
I applaud Clay Bennett's back-to-school cartoon. Indeed, funeral homes are one of the few businesses doing well these days.
I have noticed there is considerable stumping for universal mail-in voting for the November presidential election. What could go wrong, right? Have you ever heard of Murphy's Law?
Chattanooga 2.0 says "educational equity" should meet the individual needs of each learner, ensure all students have opportunity to unlock their full potential and eliminate disparities in outcomes.
I have the utmost respect for both candidates seeking the District 2 school board seat.
Another attack ad against Manny Sethi for the Senate filled with misleading statements was just too much for me to turn a blind eye any longer.
News flash! President Trump's sending federal agents into Chicago to quell the violence there is not, as characterized by the AP in an article on the front page of the July 22 Times Free Press, unprecedented.
A letter to the editor this week discussing Trump's character as "antisocial personality disorder" deserves "I second the motion" because I am of that same opinion.
If it's hard to find happiness and satisfaction in life, maybe you're focused on the wrong things.
New York Times columnist Michelle Goldberg worries that "the occupation of American cities has begun" (July 22 commentary, page B6).
Portland appears to be an experiment for using unidentified security forces.
Most would agree that a good education is an essential component of the strength and viability of our society.
Loud-mouth Trump-type Republicans have no backbone.
In reference to the article in Sunday's paper, July 12, regarding statues and Southern values, I wish to respond.
Venezuela was once South America's richest country.
When I read the July 1 article announcing that Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park will get $15 million in federal dollars, it reminded me of all of the wonderful visits I've taken there over the years.
Wearing a face mask slows the spread of COVID-19 and helps save lives. It is not a political issue; it is a public health issue.
As one who has voted as a Republican for most of my life, it seems that the party of Trump has deviated so far from my core beliefs that I am now politically homeless.
To President Donald Trump, Sens. Lamar Alexander and Marsha Blackburn, and Rep. Chuck Fleischmann: Please reconsider the decision to open schools this year.
We must vote to re-elect President Trump for a second term.
As of late, it seems that the COVID-19 is starting to affect people's brains.
This is regarding the statue being built in remembrance of the lynching of Ed Johnson from the Walnut Street Bridge in 1906, and may I add at great cost.
Last Sunday I felt sorry for Lynn Berry and Aamer Madhani, authors of The Associated Press front-page TFP article, "On Fourth, Trump slams enemies within."