Monday, Sep 01, 2014

Columns

Letters to the editor

Kudos for Publix employees
Published: 08/17/14

Myers: The perfect war

Our country was mobilized during World War II and saw nearly 18 million personnel serving in the military. Nearly every family had at least one member in the armed forces at some time during the war. I recall that there were no young men in my neighb...
Published: 08/17/14

Lugo: Immigration shame

Of all the dubious accomplishments of President Obama, what he is doing on the southern border is one of his worst disasters. He has created a perfect storm of corruption and just plain horror.
Published: 08/17/14
Jackson: Littlefield’s confounding fabrication

Jackson: Littlefield’s confounding fabrication

NEW PORT RICHEY — Fact-checking resumes of politicians as they chase public office tends to be tedious and unrewarding, but is nonetheless necessary. This sifting is especially relevant when the candidate claims his work history not only gives...
Published: 08/14/14

Woods: Invade Central America to solve immigration crisis

Under liberal control in both the executive office and the Senate, this country is becoming a welfare panacea for illegal immigrants and a lawless open border nation, sending the message to all countries with internal strife, “Come to the USA,...
Published: 08/14/14

Letters to the editor

Re: “Bitter enemies forging a common goal,” by John Reiniers (Aug. 10)
Published: 08/14/14

Letters to the editor

Kudos for the colonel
Published: 08/10/14

The war on the homeless

“Anti-government types” often are accused of not caring about poor people because we suggest that communities and charities can help them better than government can. This claim seems vindicated when considering the numerous ways governm...
Published: 08/10/14

Reiniers: Bitter enemies forging a common goal

A young person accepts as true or plausible whatever the teacher or a leader says or does. Critical thinking requires maturity.
Published: 08/10/14

Redistricting: Lots of shoes still to drop

So the Legislature is back at it, once more attempting to thread the devilishly miniscule eye of a needle only lawyers could love.
Published: 08/10/14

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