Whitehouse: Bring back civil discourse

It wasn't long ago that political enemies could be real-life friends   More

Whitehouse: Nixing cotton candy nostalgia

No place for warm memories in heated fairgrounds debate     More

Whitehouse: Promise kept

A wedding, a Serbian groom and the dry heat of Arizona reminded one man how special a vote can be More

Whitehouse: Luddites

The grim reality of a free society is that religious intolerance can often find a voice — a loud one More

Whitehouse: Justice?

Nashville businessman, veteran and community servant was used as a pawn in his brother’s political drama More

Whitehouse: Quiet man

Democratic state Rep. West hasn’t endorsed for the seat he’s leaving. Is it because he likes the Republican? More

Whitehouse: It’s all in the name

Back around 1996, I moved to Tallahassee, Fla., for a job. I didn’t know the area so I asked one of my new co-workers where I should live. More

Post Politics: Unserious charges prove gubernatorial candidates' seriousness

Raising money for state legislative races doesn’t necessarily mean anything about Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey’s commitment to the race for governor, does it? More

Post Politics: State Democratic Party truce could work

A truce in the Tennessee Democratic Party between TNDP Chairman Chip Forrester and the "establishment" will test the strength of a party in flux. More
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