Tuesday, Jul 22, 2014

Opinion

Reiniers: Narcissistic explosion on social media

Nobody doubts that the anti-establishment counter-cultural revolution of the 1960s ushered in a new America of protests, hippies, feminism, spirituality, hedonism and free dugs. As Timothy Leary said during those exciting times, “Turn on, tune...
Updated: 1 months ago

Hunting is necessary part of nation’s fabric

Regarding Craig Bolton’s May 28 column, “Marked for death,” the essay was very critical of hunters and I believe this was not fair....
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Letters to the editor

Let the people vote on red-light cameras
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Myers: Searching for belonging

When I was growing up, we spent much time studying history. I was in the first grade when Pearl Harbor happened. Almost all of my uncles and my oldest cousin entered the military in each of the services. They were gone for the entire war except for m...
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Reiniers: Germany’s Juggling Act with Putin

The United States has never been in as awkward a foreign relations predicament as Angela Merkel is with Vladimir Putin and Russia. The takeaway from this unfolding story is what our State Department can learn about the machinations of European power ...
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Letters to the editor

Mosquito control numbers don’t add up
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Pallot: Medicare under attack from the liberals

Pres. Barack Obama’s director of Medicare recently announced that Medicare is authorized to request sex change surgeries in a case filed by a 74-year-old man.
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Letters to the editor

County needs to clean up Spring Hill Drive
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Maglio: Equal performance deserves equal pay

Every person has the freedom to choose the type of job he wants in a free market economy. No one is forced into taking a job. When a person feels she is being exploited after taking a job she can look for another employer who will better meet her ne...
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Jackson: Most likely, you voted for this legal brawl

Regarding the big, fat legal fuss over design of Florida’s congressional districts wrapping up this week in Tallahassee, the first thing you need to know is this: The moment voters approved the so-called “Fair Districts” amendmen...
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