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Douglas MacKinnon

Cuts to space program leave U.S. adrift

On July 20, a minuscule percentage of our population paused to celebrate or ponder the most glorious technological achievement in the history of humankind. That being the Apollo 11 moon landing and Neil Armstrong’s historic first step onto its...
Published: 07/28/14

Dungy a victim of liberal witch hunt

In many ways, the “sports” departments and the sports “reporting” of the major networks, a number of mainstream newspapers, a few major websites, and of course, some “sports” magazines have become nothing mor...
Published: 07/25/14

Don’t be snowed by the far left’s latest darling

Poor Hillary Clinton. First, she loses the 2008 Democratic presidential primary to an unknown community organizer from Chicago whose early mentors were a documented domestic terrorist and a convicted felon now serving time in a federal prison. Now, s...
Published: 07/23/14

We don’t have to look to the border to find poor children

Liberal New York Times columnist Charles Blow recently wrote a column titled, “Tears for the Border Children,” which advocated for those innocent and frightened children while using their plight as an opportunity to beat up Republicans....
Published: 07/20/14
Clinton, Obama are no life lines for Crist

Clinton, Obama are no life lines for Crist

Most voters who are paying attention know Charlie Crist has a Barack Obama problem. What they may not realize is that he has an emerging Hillary Clinton problem, too.
Published: 07/14/14
Updated: 07/15/14

Obama, Boehner have much in common, and it's all bad

President Obama once joked about Speaker of the House John Boehner's perpetual “orange” tan.
Published: 07/10/14

No one can claim Iraq was made better by the invasion

For all intents and purposes, the country of Iraq no longer exists.
Published: 07/02/14

Illegal immigration is math that doesn’t add up for U.S.

There is a cartoon floating around the Internet in which a young boy looks up at his father and asks, “What’s math, dad?”
Updated: 1 months ago

Real-life experiences shape these views

Recently, Ken Koehn — the managing editor — was kind enough to introduce me to the readers of The Tampa Tribune — or, as Steve Otto calls it, “Mother Trib.”
Updated: 1 months ago

It’s time to question the cornerstone of the Obama narrative

I have often said that people tend to embrace the truth right up until the moment it reflects poorly upon them or their cause.
Updated: 1 months ago