Today I wish to share what I am feeling as a patient in our medical system. I am too old to put on airs at this point, and this is too pervasive of a problem for me to contain. As I enter my AARP years, I am faced with so many medical encounters that evoke all kinds of uncomfortable feelings. I dread physician’s appointments riddled with government regulatory hypocrisy, waiting, being moved from room to room, blood draws, blood ... (click for more)
Back when we were uppity teenagers, the best put-down when a friend started acting crazy was to say to the heathen, “Quit acting like you are from Knoxville!” I don’t know how the term originated but I can say that back in the day it was pretty insulting to be told you were acting like you were from Knoxville. This week I wish that more of us acted like Knoxville. The Knox County Commission and the City Council just slapped an “out of the ... (click for more)
April 27, 2017
April 26, 2017
As warmer weather sets in, the trees fill out and the flowers start to bloom, we are reminded why Tennessee is a beautiful state to call home. However, you may not realize that those trees and ... (click for more)
Yes, Roy, 'tis a shame the way these "enlightened" cities desire doing their dirty deeds beneath the cloak of darkness and disguise. At this rate we may have to adjourn to Brazil in order ... (click for more)
State education commissioner Candace McQueen has apparently fallen and hit her head. She most certainly needs to be examined after she came to Chattanooga on Monday and told the Times-Free Press ... (click for more)
Should voters on the ballot have a say in the amount of pay County Commission members should receive?