Tuesday, Oct 21, 2014

Letters

Woods: Foot patrols would restore relationship with law enforcement

Do you know any policemen? You might have a neighbor who’s a cop but as a whole, do you know anyone on your police force? Most people will have the same answer: Sure, they may know the chief or the sheriff because they saw them on TV but they ...
Published: 09/21/14

Moore: The penny for profit tax

The November referendum proposing a 1 cent sales tax for Hernando County, over a 10-year period, costing $173 million, under the joint collaboration of a 1⁄2 cent portion each, by the county commission and the county school board, is nothing b...
Updated: 1 months ago

Letters to the editor

Where’s the liberal media when you need them?
Updated: 1 months ago

Women’s dilemma of shaving

As if women don’t have enough to worry about with the onset of wrinkles, grey hairs, weight gain and chipped nail polish, the armpit (or the “oxter” as I know it) is under constant scrutiny.
Updated: 1 months ago

Growing up — Then and now

“Lemme show you the photos and videos I took on my iPad Mini this week,” said 4-year-old Kira, enthusiastically, having graduated from her iPod Touch.
Updated: 1 months ago

Myers: What can we do?

“What can we do?” is a phrase that one hears from people who do not intend to do anything or are afraid to do something that goes against the current tide.
Updated: 1 months ago

Letters to the editor

Red-light camera solution: Stop running red lights
Updated: 1 months ago

Red-light camera vote belongs on ballot

In Response to “Camera Question Not Up For Vote” by Michael D. Bates and Geoff Fox, Aug, 31, 2014
Updated: 1 months ago

Reiniers: The gold standard for columnists

The gold standard for columnists writing op-ed pieces is 700 to 750 words. This writer struggles to come in at 1,000 words. My by-line, “More than words,” implies more than just opinion, because I am committed to factual context. Unfort...
Updated: 1 months ago

Maglio: Injustice through political pandering and media bias

Everyone wants justice in a society. It creates an atmosphere where citizens have faith that when they follow the law they will not be prosecuted for a crime. They had known that you are innocent until proven guilty under our law.
Updated: 1 months ago

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