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Wednesday, Apr 01, 2015

Letters To The Editor

Letters to the editor: E-filing to blame

E-filing to blame
Published: 04/01/15

Letter of the Day: ‘Outrageous’ violation of common sense, passenger safety

So little has been said about the real cause of the Germanwings crash in the French Alps it’s incomprehensible. The vast majority of the reporting and commentary about this tragedy centers on the health, or lack thereof, of the copilot who co...
Published: 04/01/15

Letter of the day: Technology can minimize airplane crash risks

In the wake of the unspeakable Germanwings tragedy, I find myself once again wondering if there isn’t a technological solution possible. In the aftermath of 9/11, it occurred to me that a plane’s sophisticated onboard computers should b...
Published: 03/31/15

Editorial: District 6 Tampa City Council race exposes boundary flaws

Disrupted districts
Published: 03/31/15

Letters to the editor: ‘Inaccurate prattle’

‘Inaccurate prattle’
Published: 03/30/15

Letter of the Day: Growing pains for drones

What is a “drone?” I ask this not just to the TBO/Tribune staff but to all media. Is a “drone” an object, an activity? Is it limited by size, price or availability? I don’t know the answer, but “drone”...
Published: 03/30/15

Letters to the editor: ‘Military occupation’

‘Military occupation’
Published: 03/29/15

Letter of the Day: ‘We were just boys who were at their mercy’

Sen. Bill Nelson has asked the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate the Dozier facility. He told reporters months ago: “Where there is smoke, there is fire.” It seems he was right. There is such a preponderance of evidence of abuse...
Published: 03/29/15

Letters to the editor: Seeing into the future?

Seeing into the future?
Published: 03/28/15

Letter of the Day: Saluting valor on a ‘small patch of hell’

On March 26, 1945, Iwo Jima was declared “secured.” The Marines handed the island over to the Army so the Army Air Corps could use the airfields. Then, many of the surviving Marines sailed off to prepare for the invasion of Japan.
Published: 03/28/15

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