Chuck Fleischmann and Mary Headrick made it crystal clear in their debate Monday night that the people of the 3rd District can't stand another two years of Fleischmann's "tirelessly" working to deliver the nothing we've gotten — unless you count a Grover Norquist "no-tax" promise as a sign of work.
The movie “Field of Dreams” made hope a universal quote: “If you build it, they will come.”
WASHINGTON — There’s a hidden history to the nasty midterm election campaign that will, mercifully, end on Nov. 4. What’s not being widely talked about is as important as what’s in the news.
If anyone had their minds changed from Monday night's 3rd District congressional debate between Republican U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann and Democratic challenger Dr. Mary Headrick, they probably hadn't been paying attention before.
When churchgoers in Cumberland County, N.C., went to their cars after Sunday services recently, they found a flyer with an image of a Jim Crow-era lynching with an overprinted warning of what might happen if Republicans take control of the U.S. Senate, the Fayetteville Observer reported.
Until last week, I had never heard of “aspies.”
WASHINGTON -- To paraphrase Roger Miller -- and, indeed, to reveal my vast store of musical trivia -- America swings like a pendulum do.
I have always called the Southeast home. I grew up in the shadows of the mountains of East Tennessee and stayed because of their amazing beauty.
I'm tickled pink to report that the Avondale bus stop isn't going anywhere.
So some of you have a problem with President Obama. How about "Mission Accomplished?"
Why all of the panic over Ebola? Why not panic over the flu? Flu kills an average of 36,000 people every year. Get a flu shot.
Looks like the Democrats' plan to spend our way out of debt is not working so well. Imagine that!>
Re: "Chattanooga woman turns to Go Fund Me for IUD birth control" (Oct. 8): The remark that Laura Kramer doesn't want a baby is one that suggests she does not ever want to bear a child, and like many opinions about women and decisions about their body, this one is overly assumptive.
For decades, we have owned and operated businesses, paid taxes, banked, cultivated friendships and worshipped at church in Red Bank/White Oak.
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