Affirmative action victory keeps status quo slogging

President Bush was the big winner last week in the Supreme Court's decision on affirmative action. More

Stop porn, keep free speech in public libraries

The Supreme Court has wisely decided that public libraries that use filtering devices on their computers may receive federal money for doing so. More

The most compelling creature on movie screens this summer is neither a green comic book character nor a trio of sexy, karate-chopping private eyes. More

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In 25 years, we hope that Jim Crow won't be necessary. Next month, we feel that antitrust laws can be fully enforced. Every third Friday during the summer months, it will be OK to yell fire in a crowded movie theater. More

California helps us feel better about our politics

Politics in Tennessee is fun, but we can

The truth is a non-story in our 24/7 media culture

"It is very common for the first information following a crisis to be wrong, and when I say wrong, I mean wrong."

Nashville airport flies above, beyond Knoxville

We had to chuckle at the outrage professed by the Knoxville Airport Authority over what it terms an unfair advertising campaign by Nashville International Airport. More

Kilpatrick follows political path of Maynard Jackson

The news couldn

Letters To The Editor

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