I have read the front-page sensationalism about some of our local churches and ministries.
Dear D.C. politicians, most of us do not care what y'all do up there.
I support Monty Bruell in moving forward with empowerment and involvement with and for all of our citizens.
I really don't think 70 million of our citizens can appreciate the fact we almost lost our democratic republic. They continue to fill their minds with hatred, bigotry and wild conspiracies.
When will the "big guy" call it quits for reasons of health? Before or after the 2022 midterms?
I was not surprised to read that traffic fatalities are up in Tennessee.
You reported Sunday that the mysterious case of the dead Dade County, Georgia, voter remains unsolved.
As I watched the news on Jan. 7, I was not alarmed or shocked.
I think that a big thanks is due the Hamilton County Health Department and all of the employees and volunteers who are manning the first-shot vaccine lines at the River Park.
I would like to express my extreme disappointment for the "tabling" of the vote by the Hamilton County Board of Education last week about kids returning to the classroom.
[Columnist] Byron York, in a recent Free Press editorial page commentary, muddies the waters with his praise of the outgoing president's "toughness" on Russia.
Clay Bennett: About your Jan. 19 cartoon portraying a Febreze airplane spraying the White House: You do realize that Febreze tends to develop a rancid odor if not used continually?
A recent letter to the editor suggested term limits for members of Congress as a way to reform our current system.
In 1689, after two English civil wars between political and religious enemies, Anglicans and Puritans, John Locke wrote "An Essay Concerning Human Understanding."
It is said that the night of President Obama's inauguration, Republicans in Congress decided to do everything necessary to thwart anything Obama would try to accomplish.
Auto theft is made easy when motorists forget and leave their keys in their car. Election theft is made easy when election officials, for the best of reasons, produce millions of mail-in ballots.
I have been to Washington, D.C., many times, attending various events, conferences and rallies. I will admit I have been arrested there a few times.
In late October, I walked around Orchard Knob after I had early voted.
What's interesting about the Jan. 13 House impeachment vote is not that it was a largely partisan affair.
I guess the Democrats are smarter than the Republicans thought they were.
On Jan. 6, we Americans, along with millions of people around the world, witnessed a textbook example of sedition perpetrated by the very one sworn to "preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States" and, by implication, her people.
I read with dismay the Jan. 9 article "Vaccine rollout hits snag as health workers balk at shots" in the TFP.
I find your support in the "trial by combat" action, joining in with Trump, Giuliani, Cruz and the mass of insurrectionists disgusting.