Tuesday, Sep 16, 2014

Columns

Bolton: Hell is for children

This is not about a fantastic rock song Pat Benatar recorded, because if it was we could all sit back and enjoy the music. But there is nothing to enjoy about sitting back and watching the children you love or someone else’s child getting bull...
Published: 09/04/14

Letters to the editor

State Road 50 widening is a mess
Published: 09/03/14

Myers: Pillars of Americanism under attack

Freedom and opportunity are the greatest incentives for encouraging people to come to the United States. No other country in history has opened its gates to people from all over the world who were willing to take advantage of these two primary aspect...
Published: 08/31/14

Letters to the editor

Create a ‘secretary of sanctions’
Published: 08/31/14

Taft: Faith and labor unions a needed link?

Labor Day, once accorded Super Bowl-like media coverage and marked with parades and political speeches considered key to forthcoming elections, today is hardly more than a paid holiday providing a three-day weekend for play and relaxation. Why? Few p...
Published: 08/31/14

The will of the people should be heard on red-light camera issue

Brooksville city officials have lost the good faith and trust of the citizens on the issue of red light cameras. People who follow this issue know Brooksville runs the second-most-predatory right-on-red-turn camera ticket program in Florida. The 5 ...
Published: 08/28/14

Indian River Lagoon provides cautionary tale on Manatees

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) is reviewing the status of the Florida manatee, a species that has been listed as endangered since the federal Endangered Species Act was created. The arguments heard to date to change the species’ cla...
Published: 08/28/14

Reiniers: History repeats itself with Putin and Islamic extremists

Vladimir Putin is following the same playbook as Adolf Hitler, but with sophisticated refinements.
Published: 08/24/14

Letters to the editor

Quality of life more important than price
Published: 08/24/14
Jackson: If trust fails, cops’ gear irrelevant

Jackson: If trust fails, cops’ gear irrelevant

LAND O’ LAKES — Suddenly, wrapped in bullet-stopping armor and arriving with a rumble and a throaty diesel growl, America has a new paranoia: the militarization of local law enforcement. On the left and the libertarian right, hands are ...
Published: 08/21/14

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