Like players in a tortured love triangle, the EPB, the city of Chattanooga and an entrepreneurial company called Global Green Lighting are spinning away energy, dollars and precious time.
We’re squandering our children. And our own future at the same time.
The GOPers who have done everything they could think of to discredit the Affordable Care Act — aka Obamacare — must have a bitter taste in their mouths today.
When Bill Clinton was president, his best acquaintances were known as Friends of Bill, but apparently sports mascots weren't on the list.
On this Easter Sunday, two new reports indicate antagonism toward the Bible is growing in the United States, and that Western Europe — where ancestors of most Americans hail — is the region of the world where the fewest respondents said religion plays a positive role in their country.
The Citizens for Government Accountability and Transparency's effort to overturn the city of Chattanooga's domestic partners ordinance in August could be a precursor to what the November elections will bring across the country.
The distrust in the minds of voters grows justifiably on a regular basis fueled by double standards and double-talk.
It’s not the role of the press to coddle government.
It was love at first sight.
At the turn of the 20th century, the best known lawyer in Chattanooga was Lewis Shepherd.
We all know that the neck turns the head. Right? Obama is the head, and Harry Reid is the neck. Get it?
Here's a short explanation of the Supreme Court's unlimited campaign donation decision: It legalizes government of the wealthy, by the wealthy, for the wealthy.
One thing we know for sure in the search from that missing 777: There sure is a lot of garbage in the sea.
Christians can't justify giving their money, time and minds to ungodly movies like "Noah."
Doctors Jim and Randy Hammon have been working together as veterinarians at their Northgate Animal Hospital practice for more than 30 years.
Folks sometimes undervalue or take for granted the very outstanding service our area medical professionals provide.
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