Why does it always take a good crisis to make us understand our folly and reset our priorities?
Four years ago, Republicans claimed every statewide office in Georgia.
Where's the line between watchdog public service and fear-mongering in the media's coverage of the emerging Ebola story?
Deadspin, a left-wing sports website run by Gawker Media, thought it was offering a big scoop with its recent news that Republican Colorado U.S. Senate candidate Cory Gardner lied when he said he played high school football.
Democrats in Georgia are banking on the past this November.
Can we talk?
What do you get when a government entity created to address public health and responses to communicable illness operates outside its mission and purpose with its key leaders more characteristic of an Ivy League professors' lounge than a highly responsive team of clinical medical professionals equipped with more than theory and unproven policy?
WASHINGTON — So unpopular is President Obama these days that the (D) following Democratic candidates' names might stand for Denial.
Judy Walton is a tough reporter. Her watchdog reporting often angers those she's reporting on.
For a little more than a year Franklin McCallie, his wife, Tresa, his cousin, Eleanor Cooper, and her husband, Mel, have hosted racially mixed gatherings at their house on the Southside of Chattanooga hoping to spur change in our mostly segregated city.
Why all of the panic over Ebola? Why not panic over the flu? Flu kills an average of 36,000 people every year. Get a flu shot.
Looks like the Democrats' plan to spend our way out of debt is not working so well. Imagine that!>
Americans love a fight. That is how this country was built. We like it so much that it scares us. And ISIS wants to pick a fight?
President Obama said, "I am not on the ballot ... but these policies (his) are."
I have lived in eight wonderful states in our great country but have never felt the gratitude I feel for my good neighbors surrounding me. I was disabled at age 85.
In response to the Chattanooga Times commentary, “Celebrating America’s Wilderness” in the Oct. 6 edition, I am proud to know that not all families have given into the corporate gimmick provided by the entertainment industry.
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