The four years of Donald Trump amount to a saga of promises kept by this great president who did everything possible to keep his promises but was never able to deliver through his Justice Department the satisfaction of justice yearned for by the people of this nation.
Biden's win doesn't completely bring this long national/international nightmare to a close.
[President] Trump does not have it in his disposition to admit defeat.
In 2016, my husband and I were in Germany visiting our friend, Dominik.
Lately I have noticed with the Biden victory that Trumpism may not die a quiet death.
As a UT graduate, former cheerleader and season- ticket holder, I am disgusted with the eight assistant coaches' decisions not to take a pay cut from their over-inflated salary to help the financially strapped athletic program.
The president-elect hit the floor running, so to speak, and called for unity and reconciliation within our country.
The American poet Edna St. Vincent Millay once wrote, "It's not true that life is one damn thing after another; it's one damn thing over and over."
Democracy is a fragile political system; ours is a work in progress.
It is the United States of America, not the United People of America. It is a compact of the various states which established a federation, granting the central government limited powers.
I am deeply moved by stories I have read or heard about survivors' guilt endured by combat veterans.
Your paper has been running ads touting newspapers as the source for "trusted information" about how to vote.
Over the weekend, a friend left an abusive relationship after four years.
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has."
Like the president you support, when you have nothing of value to say, you resort to name-calling and, in this instance, your name-calling has a racial bent.
In reading the "Trump Train" article in the Oct. 24 paper, I was stunned to learn such things as "Thin Blue Line police flags, Confederate flags and similar images," according to Sarah Grace Taylor, "are associated with the Republican Party."
In his Oct. 18 column about fatherless households, Larry Elder made some good points with statistics to back up his opinion. However, he put the blame on us females.
"Every decision is a spiritual decision!"
An article in the Oct. 22 TFP from The Associated Press is headlined: "If Google's a monopoly, who is harmed by its market power?"
A feature article on the front page of Sunday's Times Free Press was titled "U.S. sets virus infection record."
We know five people who contracted it; two didn't survive. Protect yourself and others. Don't wait until it "hits home" to take it seriously.
You imply Donald Trump isn't worthy of endorsement (Free Press editorial Oct. 18) but say "Keeping Republicans in charge will keep America on the right track."
To deflect attention from the fact that it is devoid of any real solutions to make Americans' lives better, it is obvious that a key strategy of the Biden campaign is to pin the coronavirus on President Trump.