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FDR point-man Harry Hopkins was on Capitol Hill during the worst of the Great Depression stumping for the president’s New Deal when congressional contrarians claimed that the nation’s economic … more
Like many others in our city, I was saddened ⏤ and bothered ⏤ by recent incidents on the Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway. A few weeks ago, a family was attacked by two individuals on bicycles. … more
A few weeks ago, I wrote a column about how Benton County once changed the person that the county is named for without changing the name. This led a reader to ask me about how many towns in Tennessee … more
The sounds of football practice and band camps are clear signals that school is about to open. Parents and students are shopping for new outfits, and it seems that everybody’s excited except the … more
The recent passing of Don Goff, a much-loved teacher and principal in local school systems, prompted many stories about this remarkable educator. Former students, colleagues and parents seem to … more
I get a lot of advice on writing columns. Some people tell me to write funnier. Others say, “Be more serious. Solve the world’s problems.”Family members say, “Write more about your Southern … more
Like newspaper editors everywhere, I receive hundreds of emails each week. Most are from out-of-state public relations agencies wanting to plug their clients, but the only ones I care about are from … more
The biggest flim-flam artists of all time are “nice folks.” You cannot deceive people by being mean. The art of the successful lie is practiced by those who speak in platitudes, which are easy … more
We have to start thinking bigger.It’s been a few news cycles ago, but you’ll recall the headlines the MegaMillions lottery made when the jackpot topped out at $1.28 billion.I’ll admit Kim and I … more
What do you get when you combine the odious optics of a dead-of-night vote with one of the most politically potent issues of the past 50 years?If you’re a Pennsylvania Republican, and you’re … more
My husband, Peter, and I are back in our little place in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.Of course, it is not really “our” place. We don’t own it and have no desire to own anything here larger … more
On Dec. 5, 1900, an advertisement appeared on page 5 of the Nashville American advertising “building stone” for sale near the Corner of Eighth Avenue and Church Street. This tiny ad pinpoints … more
Dear Editor: As someone who follows local and national news reports, I must tell you I am worried about the recent extreme heat and wildfires raging across the country. I feel for people who lose … more
Donald Trump is out there speaking and drawing fired-up crowds in places like Illinois.It’s obvious that he’s still the most popular figure and dominant force in the Republican Party.But I’m … more
Jen Judson, president of the National Press Club, and Gil Klein, president of the National Press Club Journalism Institute, came out this week against the LIV Golf tournament taking place this … more
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