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Burch: Where do we go from here?

... Where do we go from here? I hope to continue doing what I’ve been doing, which is trying to keep the spirit of the ... as the sword, I have tried to make other people aware of what I see so clearly myself. The Republican Party has changed dramatically ...

Editorial: Why Nashville needs newspapers

... It’s a means to understanding how institutions work, what their priorities are, and how they make their decisions — whether ... and compulsion on top of a civic duty. If you’re reading this, you may share that obsession. But as national and local ...

Weekly Obsession: On the dim future of newspapers in Nashville

... city together and that tie a city to its own history. What they need is to be excised from the greedy clutches of faraway chilly ... they seek to serve their own purpose. That’s not what newspapers need. They need heroes, and Nashville needs one fast. ...

CP10: Desperately seeking the newsworthy

... — community newspaper. “It will be about what happened in your neighborhood,” he told me. “What happened ... the subject. Or, to put it plainly, The City Paper makes reading enjoyable. In addition, the paper’s stories delve beyond the ...

How do we parse all of the education data?

... making the right choice. “Unless you really know what you’re looking at, it may not make a lot of sense for a ... of how students performed on TCAP test subjects like math, reading, social studies and science in third through eighth grades. In high ...

What we're reading: Thursday, August 8

... in exchange for beer (Lifestyles, What we're reading) ...

Up for Debate: Corker on defunding health care

What do you think about the points Sen. Bob Corker made in Murfreesboro ...

Up for Debate: State Democrats' game plan

What must the Tennessee Democratic Party do to right its ship after ...

Embattled U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais kicks off bid for 3rd term

... fight President Barack Obama's health care law. "We're the last line of defense between President Obama and his radical vision ... because they certainly haven't found a way to attack me on what I stand for and how I do my job as a congressman." In both the ...

Council bill pushes workforce development, diversity program for subsidized projects

... Davis took the rare step of pulling the bill on first reading, and made a motion to defer it for one meeting. Typically, bills on first reading are passed together with a single vote, in order to move them into the ...