Saralee Terry Woods
Saralee Terry Woods is an uppity independent who ran BookManBookWoman Bookstore for more than 25 years in Nashville.
Response to Jan. 6, 2021 defines election deniers
By: Saralee Terry Woods - November 3, 2022
It is no surprise to those who know me that I have become way too “uppity” to identify with a political party. Today we have three major political parties: Re-Trumplicans, Democrats and Republicans. In the spirit of the upcoming holiday season, I need to stress that no matter how they vote, I will not stop […]
Roe v. Wade and male contraception: An angry grandmother is confused
By: Saralee Terry Woods - July 1, 2022
Now that Roe v. Wade has been overruled, this grandmother is very confused because decisions about our bodies have been taken over by the government. Females are now subject to government control about what they can and cannot do with their ability to reproduce. So in fairness I want the next topic addressed by lawmakers […]
Commentary: An angry grandmother speaks out
By: Saralee Terry Woods - June 8, 2022
I am an angry grandmother If you want to read about polls, money spent and campaign contributions, then stop reading now. But if you need to share in my frustration and anger about the continued massacre of our children, read on. Our children have just been through a pandemic. Many of them have not been […]
Commentary: Will Hillsdale charter schools teach truth?
By: Saralee Terry Woods - March 15, 2022
Watching the news unfold about Hillsdale College creating Tennessee schools that my tax dollars will pay for is like watching a horror film where you know bad things are going to happen. I am a product of Tennessee public schools in Oneida, Tennessee, married a graduate of a public school, and am the stepmother of […]