This week marks six years since I began writing a weekly column, although for those of you who have been with me since the beginning, I know it only feels like a decade.
A column published this week in The Greeneville Sun brought to mind some moments from my own career in journalism. That piece was David Carroll’s column in the Monday paper (“My Brushes With Greatness”).
The relationship between the United States and Iran was not always fraught with tension; but since the 1979 Revolution, the Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khomeini made it clear Iran would no longer be a friend to the U.S. From the hostage crisis in November 1979 to present day with Iran shooting …
As we start a new year, I look forward to a busy, productive 2020. While last year ended on a sour note with House Democrats’ sham impeachment of President Trump, I still believe this year Congress has the potential to enact positive reforms. However, we must work together to do so. My focus…
Confession is good for the soul, so they say. What better place to confess than right here, for all to see?
Tennessee legislators created a second type of civilian handgun permit in 2019 that went into effect on Jan. 1. It is a “concealed only” permit. Tennessee Firearms Association opposed the legislation and strongly recommends against citizens considering this concealed only option. Here is why.
When there’s a special song in your life, you can easily recall hearing it for the first time.