Pollution in America is one of the major issues that our country faces on a daily basis. Every time something is thrown out the window on the interstate, it adds to the growing problem.
Sen. Todd Gardenhire states (April 25), that he is "most proud of the bill to stop animal abuse early." Is this the same person who "nonvoted" on the anti-cockfighting bill?
"Well, you know, my shotgun will do better for you than your AR-15, because you want to keep someone away from your house, just fire the shotgun through the door."
A seemingly reasonable U.S. Senate gun control proposal failed last week.
Mr. Clay Bennett, the editorial cartoonist on your staff, is an extremely good artist, perhaps one of the best in the long history of American journalism.
Is violence the only way to settle anything anymore? Is it the only way to make a statement that anyone will listen to?
Act Now. If Tennessee's political leaders can hammer out a "Tennessee Plan" that meets federal laws, hundreds of thousands of working families, including veterans, will receive much-needed health care beginning in 2014.
I awoke early one morning a few days before Easter with a loud knocking on my front door.
Walking through the neighborhood one day last week with my dog, Lakoda, I saw a strange sight.
Hmmm. An oxymoron?
I'm 63, a veteran who served in wartime.
Unfair. Unreasonable. Even "devastating." With these adjectives, your writer describes the proposed slight change in future inflation-adjusted increases to Social Security.
My husband and I moved here over four years ago. We recently had friends stay with us for the weekend.
Robin Smith's editorial last Monday (April 8) was deeply wrong from a moral perspective, and deceitfully wrong on the facts.
Praise the Lord, Littlefield is out of office. Bad part is, I voted for him both times. During his first term he was good.