Letter of the Day
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The recent spread of Ebola to nurses treating the patient who died of it is of great concern. But what also concerns me are the experts who say that transmission occurs only when someone is symptomatic. From what we know about other viruses, specific...
Are you aware there is a birth injury that affects more newborns than those born with Down syndrome and muscular dystrophy?
With the Affordable Care Act debates, some criticism has fallen on our health-care workers. With the current Ebola crisis, news lauding “brave” health-care workers has become common.
A few weeks ago I wrote a letter to the editor taking Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Dempsey, to task for attempting to balance the military budget on the backs of the service members by cutting b...
A central theme in electoral politics today in America is an avoidance of issues. Instead, our attention is diverted to superficial aspects of politics. We are sold on the sizzle and not on the steak.
Help! I’m a substitute teacher.
Regarding, “Amendment 2 threatens communities in Sunshine State” by Susan Latvala (Other Views, Oct. 10): Whoa, Susan! Stop the alarmist tactic. Amendment 2 specifically identifies the debilitating medical conditions that a patient must...
In response to “Berry farmers’ neighbors fuming” (Front page, Oct. 12): Multitudes of people are being sickened by this chemical cocktail. Many of us have lived in the shadow of the strawberry fields for generations. Many of us b...
The topic of “define America” has come to Pasco County via refugee children, including published reports that claim a Hudson resident said the refugee children were no different from “bank robbers and rapists.”
Robert Patterson’s Oct. 7 article championing America’s need to get back to being No. 1 in world steel production points out the sad demise of our once-mighty output and was very interesting (“United States needs to be first in s...
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