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Just For Grins: Truth or consequences

A young woman stirs in her seat under intense pressure from Buster Chopps, a polygraph examiner and interrogator. Following the polygraph test, he unstraps the tubing and attachments from her, studies the chart, leans toward her and administers a pos...
Published: 02/20/15

Editorial: Unite on war against barbarism

Most Americans undoubtedly believe that the brutal Islamist jihadists wreaking havoc in Syria and Iraq — and aspiring to spread their reign of terror to other parts of the ever-volatile Mideast — must be put out of business.
Published: 02/20/15

Florida is still one of the best for taxpayers

As tax filing season opens, Florida continues to rank high as one of the most taxpayer-friendly states in the nation.
Updated: 1 months ago

The tatto rage

When I was in the U.S. Marines Corps during WW II, I got a tattoo put on my right forearm that read: “Destiny, what next?”
Updated: 2 months ago

Just for Grins -- Porcupine palace debuts

Despite torrid opposition from People for the Ethical Treatment of Attractions (P.E.T.A.), a ribbon-cutting ceremony last week unveiled the new Porcupine Palace.
Updated: 2 months ago

Look up, Americans, it’s not as bad as you think

We are one glum country.
Updated: 2 months ago

Project aims to help female inmates create art, productive lives

From behind the closed door in the Pinellas County Jail are sounds of sewing machines, the chatter of women discussing which fabric would go with another, and the smooth sounds of melodic music playing from the CD player on the bookshelf.
Updated: 2 months ago

Rx: Love Notes

Everyone needs to be loved. Love is the most powerful antibiotic on the planet. People use a variety of ways to be noticed, recognized, or acknowledged. Love can be expressed overtly or covertly, verbally or non-verbally. In some cases, its presence ...
Updated: 2 months ago