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Re: “Spare the Rod

they did i know so because shes my cousin and dont you talk like that to my family and my uncles and grandparents did not hurt my cousin but she did have sex with a boy. but in our religon ISLAM we are not soppose to do that or have sex

Posted by fghjkl on 05/12/2013 at 8:22 AM

Re: “For the first time, Gaile Owens talks about her time in prison, her reconciliation with her son, and her fate

she should still be in jail she murdered her childrens father,someones son,brother cousin and left sho much hurt why should she have gotten out of jail. The Governor said she could have been abused who knows but we know one thing for sure she had someone murder the father of her children without a second thought. Did the man that she paid to murder him get out of jail if not he should because she did. If not for her her childrens father would be alive and the and the man she paid to murder him would not have done it without her.

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Posted by Diane Welch on 11/24/2012 at 5:40 PM

Re: “For the first time, Gaile Owens talks about her time in prison, her reconciliation with her son, and her fate

The death penalty is just quite BARBARIC !! and it has been proven
it just does not stop murders.... state killing of people resolves NOTHING...
Educate your young !!!!
Here in Europe Gaile would have been treated VERY VERY differently.

The death penalty is mostly practiced in poor, uneducated, backward, third world
countries, I always thought the U.S.A. was a rich, educated, upstanding, first world
country, but after reading this I have decided your system is pretty sick and the
Wild West cowboy (with sixgun) mentality still seemingly exists.
What a shame and a waste of human resources !!
all is not lost though..... EDUCATE your young and stop "FIGHTING"??? for PEACE??? outside of the U.S.A...

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Posted by Bill Owens on 09/17/2011 at 5:38 PM

Re: “Black Out

One must never lose sight of the fact that Belle Meade is not a place, it is a state of mind.

Posted by Caldwell Hancock on 03/18/2011 at 11:54 AM

Re: “Fifty years after the Nashville sit-ins, the students who challenged the nation's conscience revisit downtown

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Re: “Hail to the UPS Thief

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Re: “Fifty years after the Nashville sit-ins, the students who challenged the nation's conscience revisit downtown

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Re: “Nanny Knows Best

Jim Cannon was having an affair for several years with Stacy Rodgers (now Polk) who worked for him at Medical Reimbursements of America. Stacy still works for the company but moved to Louisiana very quickly after Jim's death.

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Posted by LittleBirdy on 08/18/2010 at 2:47 PM

Re: “For the first time, Gaile Owens talks about her time in prison, her reconciliation with her son, and her fate

Please tell me about barbara tole.I am most saddened by her suicide

Posted by meeko on 06/26/2010 at 9:10 AM

Re: “Wine tax and gang signs

By the way, the real HorseSense post is the one entered at 10:36 a.m. today. The one that misread the article and confused the percentages on a 1:46 post from yesterday is not me. Ah, the shame! My moniker, the one I have been using for over a year, has been misappropriated. While I applaud your cleverness false "HorseSense" I implore you to cease and desist, and come up with an equally clever but unique name for the comments section.

Posted by HorseSense on 06/21/2010 at 10:42 AM

Re: “Wine tax and gang signs

Tennessee really needs to move into the 21st century when it comes to wine sales. The liquor store businesses are against it for obvious reasons that have nothing to do with benefit to consumers. The bible thumpers are under the mistaken belief that keeping wine out of groceries will somehow prevent people from drinking. The moralists are under the mistaken impression that wine in groceries will magically increase the number of problem drinkers. Count me amongst the 62% that are looking forward to the day when Tennesseans finally get the convenience of picking up a nice merlot with their flat iron steaks, potatoes, broccoli, and carrots, with chocolate dipped strawberries for dessert.

Posted by HorseSense on 06/21/2010 at 10:36 AM

Re: “Wine tax and gang signs

In regard to the story on wine sales in grocery stores, let me first say I'm all for it. That being said, please do not lump all Christians (ever heard of wine at Mass?) into a group of overzealous busybodies! It's a relatively small number of people who think wine (or any other alcoholic beverage) is inherently sinful. As I understand it, the biblical injunction is against drinking to excess rather than in moderation. It does strike me as strange that "objective" journalists label anyone who doesn't agree with their position on an issue "crazy".

Posted by prisoncop3726 on 06/21/2010 at 7:10 AM

Re: “Wine tax and gang signs

Excuse me, HorseSense, but Jarron Springer did not contradict himself at all in this article. He quoted a MTSU survey which revealed the support of 62% of Tennesseans. The author of this article stated that polls could show "99.9 percent of consumers favor it." Springer was not citing both numbers. Re-read the article. Do your homework on basic economics. Surveys only sample a small portion of the population. Polls get a more accurate cross-section and a larger sample of the public's opinion. Also, the author's statement "In his testimony to the House State and Local Committee, even Springer was forced to acknowledge the cold wind blowing in his face" was not a slam on Springer. It drives home the fact that no matter how much an association/organization can support/reject a cause, legislature still has the power to vote based on their personal opinions and not necessarily represent the voice of the people. You're just another face in the crowd who hears what they want to hear and likes to spend way more time criticising than you spend at the polls trying to get people elected that WILL represent your desires (or do you even vote..........?).

Posted by CLMangrum on 06/20/2010 at 9:42 PM

Re: “Fifty years after the Nashville sit-ins, the students who challenged the nation's conscience revisit downtown

This is the point in history where business owners lost the right to choose who they would serve.

Posted by White Communities Now on 02/10/2010 at 10:25 AM

Re: “Controversy lingers after premiere of Nashville director's AIDS documentary

I was at Watkins in 1999 and remember Brent. He was a spoiled rich kid from Canada and all he talked about was his stupid aids movie. I remember him telling me once about how real Christians don't smoke cigarettes. Give me a break, Brent.

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Posted by S. Whiter on 10/22/2009 at 4:59 PM

Re: “Come April 1, cigarettes will cost as much as $7.50 a pack

I AM SICK AND TIRED OF THE GOVERNMENT RAISING TAXES ON JUST CERTIAN THINGS, WHEY DONT THEY RAISE THEM ON THINGS THAT JUST AFFECT THE RICH. I WILL TELL YOU WHY BECAUSE THEY DONT WANT TO PISS OFF THE PEOPLE THAT PUT THEM IN OFFICE. WHAT OUR GOVERNMENT SHOULD BE CALLED IS LEGAL ORGANIZED CRIME. WHY DONT OUR GOVERNMENT, THAT IS SUPPOSE TO BE ACTING IN OUR BEST INTERESTS, REALLY LOOK OUT FOR US. INSTEAD OF GIVING ALL OF OUR TAX MONEY TO THESE BIG BUSINESSES THAT ARE RAISING OUR RATES WITH NO GOOD REASON AND MAKING US PAY MORE MONEY FOR THE SAME SERVICE SO THEY CAN PROFIT MORE, SO THEY CAN PAY US BACK FOR THE MONEY THEY BORROWED FROM US IN THE FIRST PLACE. DOES NO ONE SEE THIS, WE ARE PAYING TO PAY OUR SELVES BACK. SMALL BUSINESS ARE FAILING RIGHT & LEFT AND THEY ARE WHAT THIS COUNTRY WAS FOUNDED ON. IF OUR GOVERNMENT ( ORGANIZED CRIME ) REALY WANTED TO HELP THE AVERAGE WORKING CLASS & POOR PEOPLE THEY WOULD TAKE THESE TRILLIONS OF DOLLARS AND GIVE IT BACK TO US. SPLIT IT UP TO EACH TAX PAYING PERSON, WITH THIS MONEY EVERYBODY WOULD HAVE THE MONEY TO PAY OFF THERE DEBTS AND PROBABLY COULD AFFORD HEALTH CARE. WHY DONT THE DO THIS, I WILL TELL YOU WHY ITS CALLED CONTROL. IT IS THE GOVERNMENTS WAY TO KEEP US GOING TO OUR LOW PAYING JOBS EVERYDAY, AND TO KEEP US DEPENDANT ON THEM, LOOK AT PEOPLE GETTING GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE. OUR GOVERNMENT DOES NOT MAKE ANY SENSE, WE BRING & LET POEPLE COME INTO OUR COUNTRY GIVE THEM GRANTS TO OPEN THEIR OWN BUSINESSES TAX FREE FOR SEVEN YEARS, THEN AT THE END OF THOSE YEARS THEY TURN IT OVER TO ANOTHER FAMILY MEMBER THAT GOES SEVEN MORE YEARS TAX FREE. WHERE IS MY SEVEN YEARS TAX FREE, OH I FORGOT I WAS BORN & RAISED HERE BEEN PAYING TAXES ALL MY WORKING LIFE HELPED MAKE THIS COUNTRY WHAT IT IS TODAY LIKE ALL THE OTHER PEOPLE THAT ALSO DID SO THAT ARE NOT GOING TO GET THEIR SEVEN YEARS OF TAX FREE INCOME. BUT WE KEEP RAISING TAXES ON OUR BUSINESSES PUSHING THEM OVERSEAS, AND HARD WORKING AMERICANS THAT MADE THESE COMPANIES WHAT THEY ARE TODAY ARE LOOSING THAIR JOBS. I COULD KEEP GOING ON & ON BUT MY POINT IS, WHAT THE HELL IS OUR GOVERNMENT DOING FOR US.

Posted by EDDIE ERLANGER on 07/25/2009 at 12:26 AM

Re: “Sagging spirits and martial law at once-proud Hillsboro High

For months Watts had been met with skepticism when he told his mom that Hillsboro was out of control with gang violence. Now he had proof.

Posted by sdf on 07/12/2009 at 8:35 AM

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