Letters To The Editor
Attack on First Amendment For years the NRA and Second Amendment supporters have been saying to the pro-Obama and anti-gun media that if they can take away your Second Amendment rights, they can take away your First Amendment rights.
16 hours ago
I have been reading all the articles in the recent daily news and find the targeted number of waiting days to receive VA benefits laughable if it were not so pathetic.
16 hours ago
The value of Realtors With all due respect to Joe Yarborough of St. Pete and his letter May 13 (“Modern home-buying,” Your Views), I don’t think you have a clue about what you opine. My fiancee is a Realtor. She still drives people all...
By far the most important issue in Benghazi is not the cover up. It is the failure to make any attempt to rescue those in the consulate calling for help and left to die at the hands of a known enemy.
Good news for a change Tucked away in an article in The Tampa Tribune the other day was this bit of good news:
Avoiding the truth President Obama said on Monday that “the whole issue of talking points has been a sideshow.” Doesn’t he realize that the issue is the administration lied to the American people about what started the Benghazi attack?...
We are teachers at Sickles High School. This year we had the privilege of being selected for a Mosaic Foundation gardening grant through the University of Florida Agriculture Department. This was a complete honor for us, as we teach special education. We...
Bias showing In response to the article about the toddler being shot after finding a loaded gun: Your paper can be so biased, it is ridiculous. Gun safety is the responsibility of the gun owner. Your paper seems to blame everything else.
Regarding “Toddler died after finding loaded gun” (front page, May 9):
I find recent letters concerning the so-called Internet sales tax to be lacking in facts and full of opinion portrayed as facts.
Regarding “PE cuts a tough call for Pinellas” (Joe Henderson, Metro, May 9): In today’s push-button society where people are so sedentary school administrators are cutting PE to three days a week. Children today are under great stress. We don’t seem to...
Government actors Thank you for the William March article, “Lawmaker’s company, Hardee grant at center of web” (front page, May 5) and its rare temerity in questioning the inner workings of government. Given the dearth of strong media in...
Showing their readiness A word of thanks to the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office deputies and detectives who were out in force Tuesday mid-morning in search of four suspects who had trespassed and burglarized an apartment. When...
Recently, a noted columnist wrote a touching piece about the plight of professor Deandre Poole of Florida Atlantic University. Poole, a person of faith and a dedicated teacher, was placed on administrative leave because he had the moral courage to...
Public fleeced? We have some visitors staying with us from Germany, and they wanted to tour the historic Ybor City area. We drove from Brandon into Ybor City and parked in a city parking lot where you had to go to a machine and select...