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Letters to the editor, Aug. 26

Street hazard
Published: 08/25/15

Who will lead?

All the evidence suggests that today’s world is safer and more prosperous than at any moment in human history, so we should always resist the gloom-and-doom scenarios with which we are constantly bombarded. That said there are one or two worris...
Published: 08/25/15

Irrationality over Planned Parenthood

OK, let’s defund Planned Parenthood, jettisoning contact between 2.8 million mostly poor and young women and their children and professional caregivers in 700 clinics who through preventive care, screenings and treatment are able to bring a sem...
Published: 08/25/15

Pinellas letter to the editor, Aug. 19

Still needed
Published: 08/18/15

Slight hope

Last week, the Stars and Stripes, for the first time since 1961, were run up the flagpole at what is now the U.S. Embassy in Havana. President Barack Obama and others in his administration say that normalization of U.S.-Cuban relations will mean good...
Published: 08/18/15

Pasco letters to the editor, Aug. 19

Repulsively sick
Published: 08/18/15

Iran nuke deal is Obamacare II

We’ve been here before. Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes said a while ago that an Iran deal would be the health care bill of President Barack Obama’s second term, and he was right. ...
Published: 08/18/15

Pasco letters to the editor, Aug. 12

Incomplete story
Updated one month ago

Bye-bye, blues

When Pasco County rolled out blue bag recycling the voluntary curbside program was pitched as the most cost-effective way for Pasco to comply with the state mandate that counties reduce their solid waste streams. Now, it is about to face its biggest ...
Updated one month ago

Be careful

While tax increases tend to generate a fair amount of controversy. Last week, however, there was barely a peep heard before the Pinellas County Commission voted to tack another penny onto the county’s tourist development tax. That, admittedly, ...
Updated one month ago