Wednesday, Oct 01, 2014

Opinion

DeWitt: Typical tactic used to push penny tax

I see that Len Sossamon turned the penny sales tax into a campaign based on intimidation and negativity. That was when he told a resident that if a student is killed walking to school because of lack of adequate sidewalks to be funded by this tax, th...
Published: 09/28/14

Letters to the editor

Support the Penny sales tax
Published: 09/28/14

Myers: Talk is still just talk

On Wednesday night President Obama gave a prime-time speech about his upcoming actions in dealing with the terrorist group ISIS. We will use additional air strikes in the area to include Syria. We also will send more troops to train the Iraqi forces ...
Published: 09/28/14

Maglio: Moving from secularism to atheism as a state religion

America was founded as a religious haven for Europeans persecuted for their religious beliefs. What many of the first settlers wanted was freedom to practice their religion without repercussions from the government. Our nation has been a beacon of r...
Published: 09/25/14

Letters to the editor

Climate must change on meat production
Published: 09/25/14

Jackson: Sheffield: When it’s built, Braves will come

WESLEY CHAPEL — Developers of a 100-acre mecca for year-round baseball haven’t so much as turned that first ceremonial spade of dirt yet — heck, they haven’t even settled on a deal with Pasco County that will allow private...
Published: 09/25/14

Reiniers: Administrative agencies run government

At the very least the United States is on a leftward trajectory to become a European-like welfare state. There are more citizens and non-citizens who expect government assistance than there are those who support themselves. Generations of Americans h...
Published: 09/21/14

Letters to the editor

Do your research before buying in a 55-plus community
Published: 09/21/14

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...
Published: 09/18/14

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