Letter of the Day
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It is more than disappointing to see the Metropolitan Planning Organization concede to the Florida Department of Transportation’s TBX project without requiring rail transit to be built as part of it.
Do you suppose it’s too late to put “respect” on the endangered species list, or has it already become extinct along with “gentility” and “good manners”? Without respect, the fundamental basis for a su...
In the course of recent network appearances by Jeb Bush, several conclusions became clear: As Gov. Bobby Jindal admitted earlier in the week that “his time was not now” so, perhaps, it is time to admit that it’s not Dr. Ben Carso...
“I was hungry, and you gave me nothing to eat; I was thirsty, and you gave me nothing to drink. I was a stranger, and you did not invite me in; naked, and you did not clothe me.” (the Book of Matthew)
Regarding “Unconscionable: Our veterans are going from war to welfare” (Other Views, Nov. 18):
This summer, the Obama administration and the Environmental Protection Agency finalized historic safeguards to protect our air, our water, our climate and the health of our communities. But just as soon as they were finalized, they came under attack ...
I recently watched college students on TV demonstrating for free tuition and elimination of all existing students loans. Wow!
Our emotional, nonlogical friends at anti-hunting organizations will never admit a success for the environment when hunting is involved as part of a solution.
Yes, the Paris tragedy is horrific, and once again terrorists associated with Islamic State are to blame. Now, we have talking heads and politicians who want to prevent the influx of Muslims, mostly from war-torn Syria, from entering the United State...
Regarding, “Can’t get around the facts” (Your Views, Nov. 12): The letter writer raises a question I have had for the past year. The Curtis Reeves story about his shooting of a young man and his wife in the movie theater because ...
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