Opinion

Today in History

Today is Wednesday, Nov. 8, the 312th day of 2017. There are 53 days left in the year. Read more

1 month ago by Staff Reports.

Survey says… offshore seismic is safe

Late last month, Delaware Senators Tom Carper and Chris Coons released a statement opposing seismic surveying in the Atlantic Ocean. Their worry is that preparatory ... Read more

1 month ago by Staff Reports.

Surely Ky. won’t legalize plowing over protesters

Kentucky will have achieved a new low if our state legislature passes — or even considers — a bill pre-filed by Rep. C. Wesley Morgan, ... Read more

1 month ago by Staff Reports.

Today in History

Today is Tuesday, Nov. 7, the 311th day of 2017. There are 54 days left in the year. This is Election Day. Read more

1 month ago by Staff Reports.

Voter suppression and claims of voter fraud

Kris Kobach has worked day and night to suppress (some) Americans’ right to vote in his state of Kansas, where he’s the Republican secretary of ... Read more

1 month ago by Staff Reports.

We don’t have to wait for CIA documents on Kennedy assassination

The CIA showed total contempt of both Congress and the president by not releasing ALL documents in their possession dealing with the Kennedy Assassination, even ... Read more

1 month ago by Staff Reports.

Thoughts about our churches and our clergy

There are lots of designated days for observances, celebrations, and special events every month, every year. Americans like to celebrate, to encourage others to do ... Read more

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Mercy is the result of humility

It’s easy to be suspicious and though it’s wrong, unfortunately it’s common to judge unfairly and display negative emotions toward others. If we could only ... Read more

1 month ago by Staff Reports.

Trip to outhouse ends with unexpected dip in the well

The late woodsman Harvey Carr told about his city slicker friend who came to visit him one night at his home in the upper Adirondacks. Read more

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Forgetting or remembering?

“It’s not forgetting that heals. It’s remembering,” according to Johnny in East Tennessean Amy Greene’s first novel, Bloodroot. Read more

1 month ago by Staff Reports.

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