As the traditional day to elect a president nears, on any media outlet under the sun and moon, you can find political pundits opining that the outcome of race between Republican President Donald Trump and former Democratic Vice President Joe Biden hinges on the number of people in this group…
An ancient historian once suggested, “Great triumphs should be recorded.” Since then, when anyone did something important, a reporter wrote it down.
Halloween is typically a relaxed day for America’s kids to fill their coffers with candy. Children and adults often don their favorite wacky attire for a day of comic relief.
It’s a rare treat to have old Jasper Blankenship come down from the diggin’s to stock up on supplies. And he favored us with stories at the Mule Barn this bright morning over coffee, too.
President Donald Trump came down with coronavirus. Now Marine One lands on the White House lawn to give him a lift to Walter Reed Hospital.
In an opinion column published on Oct. 15 in The Post-Intelligencer, state Rep. Bruce Griffey, R-Paris, states he wanted to set the record straight about Highway 641 North.
From Mountain City to Memphis, the University of Tennessee exists to serve the State of Tennessee. Even amidst a global pandemic, UT is hard at work seeking to solve the world’s most complex problems.
Ann and I have been quiet judicious in our culinary concerns during the global COVID-19 pandemic. This pandemic has reeked havoc upon the time-honored tradition of eating out.
While campaigning for Henry County Mayor, candidate Tim Wirgau has made a number of comments regarding the Highway 641 North expansion project. I feel it’s imperative I set the record straight.
Two recent events may well have set the tone for the month before the Nov. 3 election. Undoubtedly, there are varying interpretations of these events.
A heartfelt black-and-white ad flashes across the screen. Former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential candidate, takes us for a walk down memory lane.
Sept. 29 was just another bad day in 2020. We thought that with COVID-19, unemployment and riots in the streets of America’s cities, it could not get worse. It did.
President Donald Trump continues to claim that there is a great “silent majority” (old Nixonian term) of his loyal supporters prepared to come out of the electoral woodwork to swamp the Democratic Biden-Harris ticket and prove the polls utterly wrong.
Dewey Decker showed his new business cards to the other guys at the Mule Barn Truck Stop’s philosophy counter, and each member of the world dilemma think tank got to keep one.
People keep telling me I was in West Tennessee Healthcare Rehabilitation Hospital Cane Creek in Martin for two weeks. I can’t believe it, because I can only recall a couple of days.
Anyone out there still want to debate the issue that President Donald Trump and his organization, formerly known as the Republican Party, cares about you if you aren’t a conservative, Christian, heterosexual, wealthy white person who believes in nationalism above all the other isms this coun…
Before the American people are subjected to another “presidential debate,” would someone please define the word for the candidates and insist we get what we paid for?
“Now that rips it!” was the excruciating cry of Samantha, the spirited witch/housewife in the TV series “Bewitched,” after dealing with her bugbears of burdens, Endora, Serena and Uncle Arthur and their antics.
Black Lives Matter is a coalition of chapters that dot the landscape; they coalesce to form a complex patchwork of justice activists.
I decided to take a break from my weekly trumpeting of Joe Biden (pun intended) and other Democrats to recognize the 100-year anniversary of women receiving the right to vote.
With the Tennessee House Education Committee slated to meet in “summer study” this week, I’m urging a “no confidence” vote in regards to state Commissioner of Education Penny Schwinn.
Do those famed rules have you in a knot? The thorns of political asides float from the White House to press deep into the side of the rivals. It furrowed the brow of those who relish ritual to boot.
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