When I became mayor in April 2005, Police Chief Steve Parks surprised us by choosing to retire.
The newly released admission by The New York Times personnel about the Hunter Biden laptop scandal reveals that many politicians, federal governmental agencies and news media personnel withheld certain facts about the laptop.
2022 seems to be starting out much better than last year.
This is only the second time I have complained in the newspaper. The first time was when Chattanooga leaders closed Kirkman Technical High School, the best school in the area.
The vice president asked us to imagine a future without carbon emissions.by
In your publication and The New York Times, I have read articles that have continually referred to the book "Maus," and its sequel "Maus II," as a novel.by
One of the rights of private businesses is the right to choose what goods it sells or advertises.
Clay Bennett received harsh criticism in a recent letter to the editor for his Feb. 25 political cartoon.by
As a resident of Walker County, Ga., I was glad to read about the $45 million funding for water infrastructure improvements here.by
I was disappointed to see Kohl's has discontinued the line of "My Pillow" products.by
Sunday's full page advertisement welcoming nominations for membership in the next Leadership Chattanooga class is a welcome reminder of the program's value.by
The world is now totally impersonal and robotic.by
Crack pipes, lip balm, wet wipes — oh my.by
Wednesday's TFP article about the two last remaining "open parking lots" on Chattanooga's waterfront raises some challenging issues for the future of our great city.by
The recent unanimous decision by the McMinn County Board of Education to remove from the curriculum an effective means of teaching students about the Holocaust, the Pulitzer Prize-winning comic novel "Maus" must be either: 1) ignorant; 2) stupid; 3) clueless; 4) evil.by
Somewhere there is the truth about alleged voter suppression in Georgia.by
For 99 years (1865-1964), the strategy of the "solid South" Democratic Party was to suppress the Black vote through Jim Crow laws and intimidation.
As a child growing up in Tennessee, I clearly remember my mother saying, "If you cannot say anything nice about someone, then do not say anything at all."
Gov. Bill Lee and his greedy, non-conservative, pseudo Republican pals in our state legislature, and their servants at the helm of the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency are procurers of anyone or anything they can exploit for their immediate financial gain.by
The woke/liberal/BLM party, aka Democratic Party, is too dangerous to be debated.by
[Star] Parker's opinion in the Jan. 6 TFP (Free Press editorial page) only adds to the problem of the lie that led to the Jan. 6, 2021, attempted insurrection.by
Is it any wonder that public trust in news media has plummeted in recent years?by
Pam Sohn, David Cook, Clay Bennett, Deborah Levine - a fine array of good thinkers and writers who appear to us on the opinion pages of our wonderful Times Free-Press.by