While a noble cause to make sure vehicles are operating efficiently with the minimum amount of pollutants, a simple analysis makes it somewhat evident the VET program in Chattanooga causes more pollution that it prevents. Though I don't know how many vehicles are tested on an annual basis, if you assume an average round trip of 10 miles to the nearest testing station (five miles there, five miles home/office), and an average of ... (click for more)
If I could change one thing about the schools in Chattanooga, my wish would be that everybody could become good friends. I’m talking about the private schools versus the public schools. The rancor is so bad we hardly every play in sports anymore and what the loathsome TSSAA has done in recent years to the out-numbered private schools is sinful. My dream would be that there would be some type of public-private education council where really ... (click for more)
December 8, 2016
There is more and more in the news these days regarding the so-called "dreamers" which consist of children of illegal immigrants (many of whom are not children but actually adult age illegals). ... (click for more)
Spreading false information isn't only harmful, as we've been made aware recently. The spread of false information can be outright dangerous. Calling himself a Christian and all, Roy ... (click for more)
I have my coffee and picked up the tablet for my morning news. Is there somewhere I read Sarah Palin is being considered for Secretary of Veterans Affairs? is the apocalypse truly ... (click for more)
Should local municipalities like Signal Mountain and Red Bank move to take over schools within their boundaries?