Letters to the Editor

After reading Paul Krugman’s commentary about inequality, I realized that the entire focus has been on the top 1 percent and the poor.

Through the untimely death of entertainer Robin Williams, a bright light is shining again on the often-avoided conversation about suicide.

Mr. Cook, I agree with you that God loves the homosexual, and I think that adultery is a worse sin because more people are hurt.

Those of us who did not vote for Weston Wamp because we felt there might be a flaw in his character should have no doubts about it now.

David Cook is now calling Chattanooga’s citizens liars because we didn’t vote for domestic partner benefits.

Our culture is sinking fast; has it always been this way? I don’t recall bullying law enforcement except in a few cases.

Last month, while setting up the grill, I let my 16-year-old mini dachshund, Knockwurst, out for a potty break.

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I read with interest recently about Coca-Cola’s desire to remain in Chattanooga and its loyalty to this area. It brought to mind the events of several years ago when a tornado struck East Brainerd on Friday night before Easter.

Now is the time to "pray for the peace of Jerusalem: They shall prosper that love thee." (Psalm 122:6)

With the numerous phony scandals such as the NSA, IRS and Benghazi being viewed and discussed these days, it seems fitting to open an old subject that has generated its own scandals over the past two and a half centuries — labor unions.

I don't know why we're getting into such a kerfuffle about this wave of children and mothers running across our borders from Guatemala, etc.

I’m not sure what sickens me most, the brutal gang sexual assault in Calhoun, Ga., or that the teens who were there and heard the victim screaming for help and ignored her.

City residents and employers tend to pay more attention to City Council elections than to elections for their county commissioners.

One of the worst things that can happen to a state is to have the Supreme Court involved in partisan politics.

Recently, I underwent open heart surgery. Before the surgeon could operate, my blood count had dropped so drastically I had to have several blood transfusions.

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