About "Cohen Responds to Outcry on Delta Fares, Lays Out Options":
"It's time for this country to say 'Enough is enough!' The Deregulation Act of 1978 has proven to be an unmitigated disaster. Without regulation, Delta can charge us $10K to fly to Nashville if it damn well pleases. I love how the Repubs love calling this 'the free market.' Free my ass. Free to stay in Memphis unless you're driving. Free to keep others out." — cd
About "Odd Man Out" and Harold Ford Jr.:
"As for Junior, he is a Fox News Democrat and no one listens to him any more, but the insular culture that is NYC strangely thinks that Democrats care about what he says. Not since he got beat in 2006 and he ran off to Manhattan, they haven't."
About "On Miracle Schools: An Alternative View":
"The only sure way to make a difference in educating children lost in a megasytem with little parental support and overwhelmed teachers would be to get them the hell out of that environment. Implementing that solution would be so costly and involve such a trampling of parental rights, it is impossible."
About "What is the Impact of Free Concerts?" and the Levitt Shell vs. Mud Island:
"It's apples and oranges. The Shell is a kid-friendly environment, and the Wandering are local heroes. Wilco is a great band, but besides the price, Mud Island is a restricted environment, difficult to access and definitely not for the kids."
— Scott Banbury
Comment of the Week:
About "Crazy: Playhouse revives A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline":
"I'm still waiting on them to do A Tighter Hug With Dolly Parton."