Letter of the Day
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Colleges and universities serve two different means of approaching the same goal. That goal is the ability to have the knowledge and credentials to be able to acquire a paid position in a person’s preferred field. A university traditionally of...
Many times the candidate who is the loudest and fastest talker wins the election. That doesn’t guarantee that we get the best candidate. Talk and slogans don’t produce a vibrant economy, battle Islamic State, solve immigration problems ...
The popular extramarital website Ashley Madison, which ranks Tampa third in the nation for affairs, was hacked last weekend. With a reported 37 million users, the hackers’ threat to release personal information that includes names, addresses, ...
Pinellas County has done it. St. Petersburg did it. Tampa did. And most of the communities along the Gulf Coast enacted a seasonal fertilizer ban.
My son is a paranoid schizophrenic. His mother, sister, and I slowly watched a popular, happy, academically successful and extroverted teen turn into an individual who’s completely separated from reality, utterly delusional, suffering auditory...
Thank you for printing last week the tragic story of a gentleman, brilliant and educated in most exclusive schools and having a Supreme Court justice as one of his classmates, who is now homeless on the streets of Washington, D.C.
I couldn’t agree more with Mark Ferrulo’s piece on Rick Scott’s blatant disregard for wildlife and environmental protections (“Speak up about Scott razing environmental, wildlife protections,” Other Views, July 16)....
I’m proud as an American to know that Gov. Rick Scott has taken the lead in protecting our men and women in the military by ordering recruiters from the National Guard to be placed at armories and to be armed in the wake of the shootings in Ch...
I have no idea if the agreement reached with Iran is good or bad. The only way to know is to look back in 10 years and evaluate whether it worked.
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