Wednesday, Dec 17, 2014

Letters To The Editor

Reiniers: In memoriam

Many readers were greatly saddened to read the Hernando Today will cease publication — the demise of a piece of local culture. A record of local history will be lost forever.
Published: 11/30/14

Just say no to Cemex

I am writing to ask Hernando County commissioners to follow the professional advice from the county planning and zoning department (which voted 4 to 1 in opposition to the expansion) and please say no to more mining expansion by Cemex.
Published: 11/30/14

Letters to the editor

Say it ain’t so
Published: 11/30/14

Maglio: Parental absence results in dysfunctional families

Parents usually want the best for their children. Today there are more choices than ever about raising a child. Almost everyone who has raised a child is a know-it-all expert. People who have even limited exposure write books believing they are going...
Published: 11/26/14

Obama’s immigration policy: How about putting Americans first?

Addressing the nation last Thursday, President Obama sought to justify his misreading of the Constitution by unilaterally granting legal protection to 5 million illegal immigrants. In this, he reminded me of what Richard Nixon told David Frost in a 1...
Published: 11/26/14

Letters to the editor

Empathy for Ken Pritz
Published: 11/25/14

Taft: Seen as allies, pilgrims thankful

In a day when the demand for change wins or loses elections, makes cell phones obsolete within six months, or labels historic names for athletic teams “offensive,” does a staple remain?
Published: 11/23/14

Myers: Juvenile delinquents cost society a fortune

In August I wrote an article titled, “What can we do”? In that article, I cited a school in Pennsylvania called Glen Mills that deals with juvenile delinquents from all over the country and does a fantastic job. This week, I received an...
Published: 11/23/14

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

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