Sunday, Nov 23, 2014

Letters

Bolton: The last dance with memory lane

Wouldn’t you like to go back to the way things used to be when cars were muscular and fearless, with chrome thicker than a polar ice cap and sexy as a playboy centerfold, with engines that purred like one and said I want you?
Published: 11/20/14

Maglio: The rejection of the penny tax proves we are not stupid

MIT professor, Jonathan Gruber, architect of Obamacare, smugly pronounced American voters were stupid to believe in the distortions and outright lies that were repeatedly used to gain legislative approval of it. However, it is appearing that unrealis...
Published: 11/20/14

Letters to the editor

We would have voted to renew school tax
Published: 11/20/14

Reiniers: Just what do we want to be as a country?

Now that the election is over it’s a good time to reflect on its long term outcome. We hear repeatedly that the average American believes the country is going in the wrong direction. Did this election signal a sea change in opinion – at...
Published: 11/16/14

Nickoles: Red light dilemma

I am writing this in hopes of saving someone $308, which I just had to pay for taking a rolling right-hand turn on a red light, and appealing it!
Published: 11/16/14

Letters to the editor

Gridlock still an issue with Obama in power
Published: 11/13/14

Bolton: The search for intelligent life forms should start here

I have to laugh at the idea that we are continuously on the lookout for intelligent life forms on other planets in our solar system and beyond through the use of telescopes various space probes and listening devices like SETI (Search for Extraterrest...
Published: 11/13/14

Moore: Economic incentives have yet to deliver

Here we go again. Promises, promises. Now the county is talking about two new companies setting up shop at the Brooksville Airport with assurances of 15 new positions each by the end of 2015.
Published: 11/13/14

Taft: November’s history links elections, Veterans Day

In a month known for historic events growing out of the religious faith of the American people, the results of the recent elections are fitting.
Published: 11/09/14

Myers: Why have laws that are not enforced?

Years ago I recall reading a book about Gen. Douglas MacArthur in which he explained the importance of issuing reasonable and enforceable orders and rules for the troops. I don’t recall the exact quote, but he generally said an organization ne...
Published: 11/09/14

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