The only Afghan people willing to fight for their country's independence are the Taliban.
The debate about "health care" now going on has nothing to do with health care; the issue is money.
According to Saturday's Free Press editorial page, Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly is "left-leaning," a cliched pejorative apparently intended to terrify public officials lest they be similarly slurred.
Thank you for Sunday columns by representatives of BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee and CHI Memorial Health System about their standoff.by
Our governor once more shows his lack of concern for a health issue.
I am encouraged by the statement from Utah Gov. Spencer Cox identifying the correct position that the United States should welcome refugees from Afghanistan.
Despite a headline trending alarmist ("Thousands of voters could be taken off registry," Aug. 9), I appreciate TFP reporter Patrick Filbin's handling of the ongoing controversy about Georgia's election laws and voter rolls.by
This American flaw may not be unique to this country or time, but it is certainly more observable in these times of unusually high national stress.
How deplorable can it get that many self-proclaimed patriots are denouncing Dr. Fauci and the CDC, and are fighting the use of masks and vaccinations that have saved thousands of Americans during our coronavirus war, the worst "world war" since World War II.
In view of Tennessee Republicans Sen. Marsha Blackburn's furtherance of the big lie and alternative facts about COVID vaccination: Sadly, she resides in an altered state of consciousness.
While still living in my hometown, Wilmington, N.C., I designed T-shirts with the caption WECYCLE.
The unvaccinated folks here in Tennessee and abroad are costing our country time, money and lives.by
The public was concerned enough about the spread of tuberculosis in 1896 to enact laws against spitting on sidewalks or indoor public buildings because it was understood that the disease was spread by spitting.
The Free Press editorial page has done its readers a disservice by publishing Cal Thomas' musings on July 20.
Tennessee, the Volunteer State, is now the "state" of misinformation, mistrust and paranoia.
To the recent letter writer who hopes all unvaccinated will die from COVID: I'm 69 and at high risk.
I cannot believe that the Planning Commission endorsed the "new" proposed use of the former East Brainerd Elementary School property.
In the months preceding my retirement in May 2020, I sat as chairman of my hospital's Physicians' COVID-19 Committee.
Academics are like musicians and artists.
It is difficult to understand the continuing Trump support of many evangelicals and some Roman Catholic hierarchy and clergy, particularly after Trump's instigation of the Jan. 6 riots on the Capitol, resulting in destruction and death.
Researchers at Yale found the U.S. vaccination program against COVID-19 may have saved 279,000 lives so far. But Tennessee Republican politicians just arranged for the governor to fire Dr. Michelle Fiscus, the doctor in charge of the state vaccination program.
If you had asked me five to 10 years ago, I would've shrugged off the alarming news about unidentified flying objects.
Surely this did not happen.