We recently attended the Christmas for Kids/God's Christmas Event sponsored by the Marion County Sheriff's Department and organized by Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Gamble at Whitwell Middle School.
Once again, we have a very wealthy congressman and well-paid bureaucrats in Washington labeling Social Security disability recipients as lazy cheats.
During afternoon rush hour a few weeks ago, my wife and I were heading north on Norcross Road toward Highway 153.
Getting ready for work, I heard about a baseball player who signed a 13-year contract for over $300 million — that's $60,000 a day — more than I make in a year. I then saw a TFP headline reporting a bonus of $11,000 for each TVA employee. I'm a teacher.
According to the TVA board, its CEO received compensation of only $113,461 per week in fiscal 2013.
I have a few comments about the Nov. 12 article “Suspects in Death Get Bond Lowered.”
I read with interest a couple of your recent editorials concerning the case of King v. Burwell, which is now before the United States Supreme Court.
We are advised to not judge all Muslims by a few, but we are encouraged to judge all gun owners by a few lunatics. How about that?
Having been a faithful user of the Uber car service for a couple of years now, I can tell you it will be a welcome addition to Chattanooga.
According to the article by Andy Sher in the Times Free Press Nov. 11 edition, Amendment 1 advocate David Fowler described the lawsuit challenging the approval of Amendment 1 in the Nov. 4 election as being “born more from hysteria than logic.”
On a recent Saturday visit to my elderly, sick mother, Maxine Baker, I was pleasantly surprised to see two boys busy raking her leaves.
In Kevin Hardy’s Oct. 7 article, Lauren Kramer took to the web to find someone who would help her pay $800 for birth control.
I am sickened by how the Chattanooga media treated young people trying to exercise their First Amendment rights on the National Day of Protest.
Regarding the article "Ebola fear: Teacher told to stay away from school after trip to Africa": While it is easy to fall victim to the idea the funders of an institution have the strongest voice, I think the St. Margaret Mary school in Louisville should have stood firm in protecting the teacher who went to Kenya.
For the crime of practically destroying Valley Memorial Baptist Church and causing so much pain to the congregation, Garrett Michael Belanger should suffer real punishment instead of a few weeks of jail time.