With a Senate impeachment trial likely just days away, President Trump and Democrats are locked in a cycle of mutual trolling over whether the trial should include testimony from witnesses.
We Asked: Do you like the new concealed carry permit in Tennessee? Do you think the new lower cost permit that requires less training is good or do you think the enhanced permit should be the only option? What do you like or dislike about it?
Former national security adviser John Bolton shook up the Trump impeachment standoff recently with his announcement that, if subpoenaed, he is “prepared to testify” before a Senate trial.
One of my resolutions for this year, especially since it is the start of a new decade, is to be kinder and gentler to everyone I meet.
Every baseball fan of a certain age knows that in 1956 the New York Yankees’ Don Larsen threw a perfect World Series fifth game against the Brooklyn Dodgers.
Donald Trump has angered progressives in so many ways recently — including mean tweets to Swedish teenagers, mean letters to the speaker of the House and mean comments about women in the Squad — that it’s difficult to recall the earliest days of their animus.
In his book, “The Common Rule: Habits of Purpose for an Age of Distraction,” Justin Earley shares this quote by Mortimer J. Adler: “Without communication, there can be no community. … That is why conversation, discussion or talk is the most important form of speaking and listening.”
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the second of a recurring series of book reviews that will be provided to The Daily Post-Athenian from local writers.
The first holiday after the death of a parent or loved one is often the hardest one to celebrate and it kicks off a year-long wave of fresh grief and memories for those who are left behind and struggling to make sense of their new normal.