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Why only two percent of people run for office?

When voters nationally are asked, are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the way things are going in this country today, the answer is disheartening. According to the Pew Research Center, 66 percent of respondents are dissatisfied, twice as many as t...
Updated: 1 months ago

LETTER TO EDITOR: CMA guilty of bait and switch

CMA guilty of bait and switch
Updated: 1 months ago

The summer of our discontent

Despite these last few months of hot and lazy days, it’s been hard not to notice a cold political wind blowing through the country. The magazine Foreign Affairs captured it with its latest cover, a mockup of a travel poster featuring a crumbli...
Updated: 1 months ago

Yes, it does cost less to live in Florida

When you spend $100 in Florida, your money goes a whole lot farther than in high-cost areas such as New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Maryland, the District of Columbia and northern Virginia.
Updated: 1 months ago

Put the law on your side

It’s extremely comforting that so many local law firms stand ready to aid us in troubled times.
Updated: 1 months ago

Cultivate your ignorance

In the most ambiguous sense, ignorance is defined as a lack of knowledge or information.
Updated: 2 months ago

Letter to the Editor

Of course a newspaper such as yours will use such hot topic words as “potent drug,” “unshackle,” and “alarming”. I could go on an on, but I will try not to use those shock words to get my point across.
Updated: 2 months ago

Is everybody going wireless?

Holy Batphone, Batman, Florida has almost as many cellphones as people. According to the state Public Service Commission, about 18.5 million wireless handsets were in service in Florida as of June 2013, the most current data available, with a populat...
Updated: 2 months ago

Save the Skeeters

A new and revolutionary initiative will dramatically shift the way the world now thinks about mosquitoes.
Updated: 2 months ago

Impatience slows healing

Everything takes time. A drug can do one of four things: speed up healing, slow it down, create a side-effect, or be completely ineffective. A patient’s emotional attitude toward a therapeutic procedure can also affect its outcome in time or s...
Updated: 2 months ago

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