One wonders if and when any high-profile player is ever going to be indicted, prosecuted or convicted for their actions?
As a 30-year retired Army Vietnam veteran, I want to express my appreciation to you for the wonderful articles on the Medal of Honor (MOH) included in recent editions of the newspaper.
I read comments from people on both sides accusing the other of hypocrisy.
Speaking as one who has a degree in political science, it would seem to me that the so-called BID (see Chattanooga Times Free Press, Feb. 14) is prima facie unconstitutional in that it constitutes a special service taxation district, a legal entity that unless I'm mistaken has never been authorized by your legislature.
In 1960, I was working at the TVA Edney Building.
Haynes' foe has taken bad advice.
Thank you to the Red Bank Fire Department.
Following are some random thoughts about our great leader:
Some people plan to sit out the primary election and just vote in the general election in November.
Times Free Press columnist David Cook is right.
I am the first to gripe about buying votes (as in the last presidential election), but after seeing the massive spending by Mike Bloomberg I am reminded of the constant bombardment by Trump forces and my disgust at the amount of money he was pouring into his desperate attempt to buy America's vote — even though he was totally unqualified.
Chattanooga lost a great leader and servant last week with the passing of James Kennedy Jr. During his mourning, many stories will be told highlighting his impact. We would be remiss if we didn't add our own.
I should not have to write this letter.
Finally, it's over!
According to the Feb. 5 Free Press editorial ("The Day The Caucus Died"), some critics ask how Iowa is a good starting place for a campaign whose winner seeks to be president.
Sen. Lamar Alexander has said that Donald Trump's behavior in the Ukraine affair did not constitute an impeachable offense, but that "it was inappropriate for the president to ask a foreign leader to investigate his political opponent and to withhold United States aid to encourage that investigation."
To Chattanooga Times Free Press readers,
Donald Trump, as the embodiment of conflict and chaos, has infected the Republican Party with his personality, temperament and intolerable behavior of a severely spoiled child.
It's the stench of more than 16,000 presidential lies. It's the stink of an attorney general who is willing to break and twist the law to protect and defend Republican criminals.
As chairman of the board of the Maclellan Foundation, I'm writing to offer additional clarity on this statement printed Tuesday in Meghan Mangrum's article: "UnifiEd, which launched in 2014 with backing from the Benwood, Footprint, and Maclellan foundations, ... ."
As a Tennessean, I am very disappointed by Sen. Lamar Alexander's vote not to call witnesses in an impeachment trial in which the defendant, Donald Trump, is unquestionably guilty.
Years ago, as the Coast Guard Auxiliary, Chattanooga Division, captain, and later working as a marine surveyor, I tried to persuade "live-aboard" boaters to insist that their marina operators prepare for a fire and provide fire protection and safety before a fire happens.
The Democrats (Bob Mueller) investigated false accusations about President Trump and Russian collusion for over two years.