Specifically, this letter is to the folks at the VW plant who voted against the union.
Last fall, I underwent numerous tests before being diagnosed with cancer, a devastating blow to my son and daughter.
Not everyone understands the concept behind daylight savings time (DST).
I would like to say thank you to Robin Smith for her commentary, "The war on compassion."
Killing in the name of Allah in the Muslim society is not news; it is a way of life. Recently, 13 people were killed while enjoying a romantic movie in a crowded theater in Pakistan.
Albert Einstein purportedly defined insanity as doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.
Reports of Iranian warships maneuvering close to American shores made me think of mice striking fear into elephants.
The hyperbole of a “turnover free-for-all” in a Times page editorial recently is exactly why Democratic and Republican voters are turning to the tea party.
During that surprise winter storm, Hamilton County Emergency Medical Service implemented their winter weather protocol, calling in additional personnel and supervisors.
After a nice run with no permanent counterpart on the Free Press editorial side, my friend Pam Sohn has today become Wile E. Coyote.
In a commentary by Jay Ambrose (The Chattanooga Times, 2/9/2014), he discusses the following: A 1965 report by Daniel Moyniham while he was assistant secretary of labor noted that 24 percent of black women were having babies without being married while the national average was 7 percent.
The vote this week on whether to unionize the VW plant brings to mind these thoughts: 1) If the UAW is voted in, the people affected won't see much change in their workplace.
Because of the large volume of letters on the Volkswagen/United Auto Workers union vote, not all could be included in the print report before the vote concluded.
Recent incorrect translations of the Congressional Budget Office "analysis" of the Affordable Care Act made a startling — and dubious — claim.